January 18, 2024 @ 8:00 pm$20.00
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Jonathan Sloane is a remarkable and incredibly versatile guitarist and songwriter who brings an impressive range of skill to the American music scene. His sound is an intriguing blend of genres which brings together blues, Americana, soul and rock into a unique and captivating experience.
Hailing from the Washington DC Metro area, Sloane immaculate command of both rhythm and lead guitar has made him a top sought after session and touring guitarist by several of the biggest names in roots rock nationally.
Across the U.S., Jonathan has had the pleasure of working and sharing stages with names such as Amy Helm, Billy Strings, Butch Trucks, Daryl Davis, George Porter Jr., Greenksy Bluegrass, Ivan Neville, Jackie Green, Tab Benoit, Samantha Fish, Phil Lesh, and more.
His debut album “Alive and Well”, unveiled in 2018, is a testament to his exemplary vocal range and skillful guitar playing, showcasing that Jonathan’s inspired craftsmanship transcends genres. He is currently working on the follow up album which will be dropping later in 2023.
Recently, fans have come to know Sloane as he has been writing and performing with Anders Osborne, appearing on the “Orpheus and the Mermaids” acoustic duo record and touring in across the country.
Additionally, Jonathan is an original member of Yellow Dubmarine – a popular regional tribute band blending energizing dub and reggae rhythms – which further evidences his artistic versatility.
With years of experience touring and recording with Baltimore’s renowned Cris Jacobs as well, Jonathan Sloane demonstrates an unwavering passion for music that knows no bounds.