Jon Brion Biography
Jon Brion is one of America's most talented Singer/Songwriters. He is a multi-instrumentalist who has the hippest live show in the greater L A area. You can check him out at the Largo. Although Jon Brion does not have much in the way of solo recordings available, he has been working hard since he was a young man. He was a member of The Grays, whose album Ro Sham Bo was a masterpiece of power pop (along with Jason Falkner, Buddy Judge, and Dan McCarroll, excellent performers and songwriters in their own right). Jon was responsible for much of the sound of Aimee Mann's two solo albums, played guitars on Jellyfish's album Spilt Milk, and contributed much to the sound of Fiona Apple's debut album Tidal. Jon has also worked with such artists as Murray Attaway, Jude Cole, Jimmie Dale Gilmore, David Byrne, Brian Stevens, Sam Phillips, E (and the Eels), Susanna Hoffs, The Mommyheads, and Garrison Starr, among others. He continues to be much in demand as a studio musician.