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Singer/Songwriter Jack Bond is a performing musician living in Maryland and Nashville. His voice and guitar playing echo the years he spent living in Nashville as a songwriter/performer/studio musician. Jack’s songwriting career includes the title cut on Polydor artist Roy Buchanan’s album “That’s What I Am Here For.” He has performed dozens of times at the world famous “Bluebird Café” in Nashville. Jack is an accomplished guitarist playing on major artist records as well as producing his own recordings.
Jack has a myriad of styles including Nashville Country, Americana, Pop, Rock, and Christian. He continues to write with some of the best in Nashville, producing guitar tracks and collaborating with them. In November of 2018, Jack was selected to join the ranks of Jason Mraz, Black-eyed Peas and David Lee Roth as a composer for Songs of Love Foundation, producing original songs for children with very serious medical issues.

Jack’s latest venture is composing original songs for TV & Film and he is proud to announce that his song “Blue Memories” written with Jim Pasquale (cuts with Ray Charles, to name a few,) is to be featured in the Hollywood indie-film Turnover. He is “in it for the love of music, and people”.

Jack feels blessed to be among the very few artist’s chosen to be a part of Cancer Can Rock. A big thanks goes to Dusty Rose for making introductions to Jim Ebert, Founder of Cancer Can Rock and for giving him the opportunity to be a part of something so important as bringing awareness to the fight against cancer. Jack is proud to walk this walk with them as he too battles cancer.

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