Jon Allen

Hailstone, Jamie
August 2011
Maverick;Aug2011, Issue 109, p58
The article features British folk rock singer-songwriter Jon Allen. It is said that Allen's brand of songwriting is like that of Joni Mitchell, Neil Young and JJ Cale while his soulful voice is compared to that of a young Rod Stewart. His use of technology such as the online social networks Facebook and Twitter to promote his music is noted. A brief background on Allen's career in music is also presented.


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