About Jon Carroll
Jon Carroll was a founding member of Starland Vocal Band and the group recorded the #1 Pop hit "Afternoon Delight." They were nominated for five Grammy Awards and won two, including Best New Artist and Best Arrangement for Voices—which was Jon's work as arranger.
Jon has since continued his career as a performer, composer, arranger, producer, songwriter and musician, with his works appearing in various media. He is also a highly sought-after studio player, singer and arranger. His original songs have been covered by well-known artists such as Linda Ronstadt, Tom Jones and Kenny Rogers. He's the long-time keyboardist/vocalist band member with Mary Chapin Carpenter, with touring stints for countless others including Rodney Crowell, Dixie Chicks, Peter Wolf and Eric Lindell.
Jon has received over 20 awards from the Washington Area Music Association. He is known for his insightful, rhythmic and soulful songwriting, his ensemble projects are always crowd pleasers, and his solo performances too are always an intimate, dynamic, magical and eclectic treat, like himself.
His studio "Jon Carroll Music / BraveSoul Productions" is located in Western Massachusetts where he lives with his wondrous and beautiful wife, Meredith.