Top Jonathan Edwards Albums
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Tomorrow's Child
Tomorrow's Child
[2015]
Sing Along with Jonathan and Darlene Edwards (feat. Darlene Edwards, The Sing Along Chorale, Paul Weston & Jo Stafford)
Sing Along with Jonathan and Darlene Edwards (feat. Darlene Edwards, The Sing Along Chorale, Paul Weston & Jo Stafford)
[2013]
My Love Will Keep
My Love Will Keep
[2011]
The Piano Hits
The Piano Hits
[2011]
FestivaLink presents Jonathan Edwards at Folk Alliance, Memphis, TN 2/19/10
FestivaLink presents Jonathan Edwards at Folk Alliance, Memphis, TN 2/19/10
[2010]
The Piano Artistry of Jonathan Edwards and Darlene Edwards (feat. Darlene Edwards)
The Piano Artistry of Jonathan Edwards and Darlene Edwards (feat. Darlene Edwards)
[2009]
Rollin' Along
Rollin' Along "Live In Holland"
[2008]
FestivaLink presents Jonathan Edwards at Philadelphia Folk Festival 8/17/07
FestivaLink presents Jonathan Edwards at Philadelphia Folk Festival 8/17/07
[2007]
Live In Massachusetts
Live In Massachusetts
[2006]
Rhino Hi-Five: Jonathan Edwards - EP
Rhino Hi-Five: Jonathan Edwards - EP
[2006]
Lucky Day (Live)
Lucky Day (Live)
[2006]
Now and Zen
Now and Zen
[2000]
The Natural Thing
The Natural Thing
[1997]
One Day Closer
One Day Closer
[1994]
Jonathan Edwards & the Seldom Scene
Jonathan Edwards & the Seldom Scene
[1988]
Little Hands
Little Hands
[1987]
Sailboat
Sailboat
[1977]
Rockin' Chair
Rockin' Chair
[1976]
Lucky Day
Lucky Day
[1974]
Have a Good Time for Me
Have a Good Time for Me
[1973]
Honky Tonk Stardust Cowboy
Honky Tonk Stardust Cowboy
[1972]
Jonathan Edwards
Jonathan Edwards
[1971]
Related Information for Jonathan Edwards
Jonathan Edwards (born July 28, 1946, in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA) is an artist, musician, folk singer, songwriter and performer, perhaps best known for his crossover folk singles "Sunshine" and "Shanty".With fellow student musician, Malcolm McKinney, he formed the eclectic rock band St James Doorknob. Later, Edwards and McKinney met guitarist and blues harp player, Joe Dolce, and formed a band that was to become the most popular blues-rock band in Southern Ohio, The Headstone Circus (later to change its name to Sugar Creek in 1967, after recording its only album, Please Tell a Friend.) Shortly afterwards, Edwards left the band to do solo acoustic music. He recorded "Sunshine" after having accidentall... read more