Jonathan Edwards (musician)

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Jonathan Edwards (born July 28, 1946) is an American singer-songwriter and musician best known for his 1971 hit single "Sunshine".wikipedia
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Sunshine (Jonathan Edwards song)

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Jonathan Edwards (born July 28, 1946) is an American singer-songwriter and musician best known for his 1971 hit single "Sunshine".
"Sunshine" is a country folk song from 1971 by Jonathan Edwards, released as the first single from his debut album Jonathan Edwards.

Jonathan Edwards (album)

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He signed with Capricorn Records to record his first album, Jonathan Edwards (1971).
Jonathan Edwards is the first album by the singer-songwriter Jonathan Edwards.

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With Joe Dolce on lead guitar, they played cover tunes as well as their own country blues originals under various names, including the Headstone Circus, St. James Doorknob, and the Finite Minds, and they made an album for Metromedia Records as Sugar Creek.
While attending college at Ohio University, in Athens, Ohio, he formed various bands including Headstone Circus, with Jonathan Edwards who subsequently went on as a solo artist to have a charting hit song in the US ("Sunshine").

Capricorn Records

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He signed with Capricorn Records to record his first album, Jonathan Edwards (1971).
Capricorn was the label for many Southern rock and soul bands in the 1970s including the Allman Brothers Band, the Marshall Tucker Band, Delbert McClinton, the Outlaws, the Dixie Dregs, the James Montgomery Band, Elvin Bishop, Wet Willie, Jonathan Edwards, Captain Beyond, White Witch, Grinderswitch, Cowboy, Hydra, Kitty Wells, Dobie Gray, Alex Taylor, Travis Wammack, Sea Level and Stillwater.

The Natural Thing (Jonathan Edwards album)

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So, Natural Thing was produced, recorded, and released on MCA/Curb Records in 1989.
The Natural Thing is the eighth studio album (tenth overall) released by the singer/songwriter Jonathan Edwards.

Aitkin, Minnesota

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Jonathan Edwards was born John Evan Edwards on July 28, 1946 in Aitkin, Minnesota, United States.

Elite Hotel

This "fresh-air break" lasted only a couple of months, when his old friend Emmylou Harris invited him to Los Angeles to sing backup on her Elite Hotel album.

Cheryl Wheeler

In the 1990s, Edwards continued to tour, doing session work, and producing his own music as well as that of other talents, such as Cheryl Wheeler ("Driving Home," "Mrs. Pinocci's Guitar").
Jonathan Edwards asked her to tour with him when his bass player became unavailable.

The Golden Boys

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In 2008, Edwards appeared in the romantic comedy film The Golden Boys, starring Bruce Dern, David Carradine, Charles Durning, Mariel Hemingway, and Rip Torn.
The film, adapted and directed by Daniel Adams, stars David Carradine, Rip Torn, Bruce Dern, Mariel Hemingway, Angelica Torn, Christy Scott Cashman, Charles Durning, Julie Harris (without dialog, as a melodeon player in one scene), Stephen Russell, and singer/songwriter Jonathan Edwards, who also scored the film.

Have a Good Time for Me

Have a Good Time for Me is the third studio album by the singer-songwriter Jonathan Edwards, released in 1973.

Rockin' Chair (Jonathan Edwards album)

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Rockin' Chair is the fourth studio album (fifth overall) released by the singer/songwriter Jonathan Edwards.

Lucky Day (Jonathan Edwards album)

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Lucky Day is the first live album (fourth overall) released by the singer/songwriter Jonathan Edwards.

Sailboat (album)

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Sailboat is the fifth studio album (sixth overall) released by the singer/songwriter Jonathan Edwards.

Live! (Jonathan Edwards album)

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Live! is the second live album (seventh total album) released by the singer/songwriter Jonathan Edwards.

Honky-Tonk Stardust Cowboy

Honky-Tonk Stardust Cowboy is the second studio album by the singer-songwriter Jonathan Edwards, released in 1972.

The Seldom Scene

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In 1983, he produced and recorded Blue Ridge with the bluegrass band, The Seldom Scene, for Sugar Hill Records.

Blue Ridge (album)

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Blue Ridge is the sixth studio album (eighth total album) released by the singer/songwriter Jonathan Edwards.

Little Hands (Jonathan Edwards album)

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Little Hands is the seventh studio album (ninth overall) released by the singer-songwriter Jonathan Edwards.

Sugar Hill Records

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In 1983, he produced and recorded Blue Ridge with the bluegrass band, The Seldom Scene, for Sugar Hill Records.

One Day Closer

One Day Closer is the ninth studio album (eleventh overall) released by the singer/songwriter Jonathan Edwards.

Man in the Moon (Jonathan Edwards album)

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Man in the Moon is the tenth studio album (twelfth overall) released by the singer/songwriter Jonathan Edwards.

Minnesota

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Jonathan Edwards was born John Evan Edwards on July 28, 1946 in Aitkin, Minnesota, United States.

United States

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Jonathan Edwards was born John Evan Edwards on July 28, 1946 in Aitkin, Minnesota, United States.

Virginia

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At the age of six, he moved with his family to Virginia where he grew up.