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Customer Reviews

5 out of 5

11 Ratings

so much growth!

donnyanderson615,

I've been a huge Jon fan since I first heard about him many years ago. I've even got to see him live... and if you get the chance, you HAVE to go. It's simply incredible. This album, is also incredible. He has shown so much growth while still staying true to what he does best - anything that has to do with music making!!! Though it took longer than it should have, this album was SO much worth the wait. PLEASE go buy this album and support somebody who deserves the support and cred.

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valentine.romeo,

You are the one I love = great, a must buy. Beating my heart = just as great.

About Jon McLaughlin

Born and raised in Anderson, Indiana, singer/songwriter Jon McLaughlin began taking classical piano lessons at an early age. Though he lost interest in the instrument during high school and was side-lined by an accident that injured both wrists; he rediscovered his talent during senior year and began incorporating his piano skills into soulful pop music. McLaughlin enrolled in the music program at Anderson University, where he studied piano and spent his free time writing songs. Eventually, he won a school competition that allowed him to release his self-titled debut album in 2004.

A follow-up EP, Songs I Wrote and Later Recorded, came out the following year, and McLaughlin was soon given the opportunity to audition for three major labels. One such label, Island, signed him to its roster, which led to the nationwide release of Indiana -- an album that included re-recorded versions of two songs from his first effort -- in 2007. Later that year, McLaughlin's profile received an extra boost when he contributed an Oscar-nominated song, "So Close," to the Disney film Enchanted. He also performed the song during the 2008 Academy Awards Ceremony and used the resulting momentum to drum up support for his third studio album, OK Now.

McLaughlin parted ways with Island after the release of OK Now. In 2011, he rallied with the self-released Forever If Ever. The album gained enough good word of mouth that he wound up with a contract with Razor & Tie, who added a couple of tunes to Forever If Ever and released it under the title Promising Promises. Two years later, the all-new Like Us appeared on Razor & Tie. ~ Marisa Brown

  • ORIGIN
    Anderson, IN
  • GENRE
    Pop
  • BORN
    1983

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