Jonathan Cummins

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Jonathan Cummins
Also known as Jonathan "Johnson" Cummins
Origin Toronto, Ontario,Canada
Genres Rock
Occupation(s) Guitarist, record producer
Instruments Guitar
Associated acts Circus Lupus, the Doughboys, Treble Charger, Goddo, The Parachute Club, The Headpins, The Besnard Lakes

Jonathan "Johnson" Cummins is a Canadian musician and record producer originally from Toronto, now based out of Montreal. He has played in Circus Lupus, the Doughboys, Treble Charger, Bionic, Goddo, The Parachute Club, The Headpins, and The Besnard Lakes. He has produced albums by Starvin Hungry, Tricky Woo, The Hot Springs, Dead Messenger, the Donkeys, Bullmoose and more.[1][2]

Cummins is also a music columnist for the Montreal Mirror "alternative" newsweekly. Currently, Jonathan co-hosts Psi Factor and the Cougar's Str8talk, a weekly podcast.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bimm, Jordan. "NOW Magazine // Music // Dead Messenger". Nowtoronto.com. Retrieved 12 August 2011. 
  2. ^ "NIGHTLIFE.CA | Le guide de la vie urbaine à Montréal". Nightlifemagazine.ca. Retrieved 12 August 2011. 
  3. ^ http://www.psifactorandthecougar.com