Jonathan White loves Indian food, baseball and euchre. His musical prowess includes guitar, banjo, mandolin, Dobro, lap steel, and bass, and he has been known to dabble with the piano, drums, euphonium, tablas, and assorted noise-makers. His musical writing style is as unique as a sunset, deeply emotional with a smile always playing at the corners. He has been known to play Bach on the banjo, and wrote a classical-style trio for piano, cello and banjo.
He loves kittens, the creative process and Amadeus (the man and the movie). His music asks only to not being shoved onto a single road and an open mind to the vast possibilities each instrument carries within it.