“Great pop-rock...smart guitars and tuneful melody making.”
— THE WASHINGTON POST
Big melodies. Big guitars. Big grooves. And maybe even a few big ideas.
This is Jonathan Mudd.
Singer, songwriter, guitarist, producer...veteran of pop and rock combos out of the Carolinas, Atlanta, San Francisco, Washington, DC...plugging away as ever...and just now hitting his musical stride.
The Washington Post called "Any Good Heaven," Jonathan's solo debut, "great pop-rock." Washington City Paper raved about the "slinky power-pop" on his follow-up, "Truth Lies." And in a four-star review of "Evidence," Blurt pointed to Jonathan's "uncommonly confident mastery of the pop form."
In 2019, Jonathan assembled The Powers That Be--a collective of 26 musician-friends he had played with (or always wanted to play with) over the course of his career--and produced "(re)animate," an intimate, stripped-down re-recording of tunes cherry-picked from his catalog. To celebrate their post-Covid return to the stage, The Powers That Be dropped a re-tooled, re-imagined cover of The Police's 1983 hit "Every Breath You Take" in 2021.
Look for new music from Jonathan in 2024--including the advance single, “Tell Me That Don't Sound Better.”
Check out Jonathan's catalog of songs and look for him playing at a club or concert hall near you.