For more than 40 years, Jonathan Edwards has carried the singer-songwriter torch for classic rock fans across the globe.
Along with stars such as Jackson Browne, Carole King and James Taylor, and departed troubadours Jim Croce, John Denver and Harry Chapin, Edwards helped define the term “singer-songwriter” in the early 1970s, propelled to the top of the charts by his enduring hit, “Sunshine.”
That song alone sold in excess of 1 million copies soon after its release, but a followup hit, “Shanty,” may have turned Edwards into a true cultural icon.
Jonathan Edwards also continues to release new material, with his latest album, “My Love Will Keep,” featuring country-tinged tracks, tender insightful songs and trademark Edwards-styled romps. He also keeps crisscrossing the country on tour, having cultivated a diehard audience for his music.
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