Jonathan Cody White is a singer-songwriter who's music feels like the musical love child of Marc Broussard and Jason Mraz. Raised in Augusta, GA, Jonathan began singing at the age of 3. By the age of 10, Jonathan began playing the guitar and writing songs. "My parents loved listening to Carole King, James Taylor, The Band, and CCR, so that's what has heavily influenced me as a songwriter."
Jonathan is currently in the studio wrapping up his debut EP, "Words Left In My Mind." "The title comes from those should've, could've, would've moments in life. Those moments that drive you crazy wishing you had done something different or something more."
Jonathan has performed solo acoustic sets and with bands all across the country. His music has been featured in the new travel show Sus and Chlo on The Go including it's theme song, as well as numerous theatre projects he has been commissioned to write and arrange for, including Plastic Flamingo Theatre Company's recent production of Fit, a Backstage.com's "Critics Pick at the New York International Fringe Festival August 2011.
Jonathan's debut EP, "Words Left In My Mind" will be released in the summer of 2012.