John Ralston (musician)

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John Ralston
Origin Lake Worth, Florida, U.S.
Genres Indie rock
Acoustic rock
Years active 2005–present
Labels Unsigned, 24 Hour Service Station
Associated acts Dashboard Confessional
Website Official website
Members John Ralston
Jeff Snow
Dan Bonebrake
Jon Wilkins
Susan Sherouse
Past members Dustin Dobernig
Nick Eberhardt

John Ralston is an American acoustic/electric guitarist singer and songwriter. He is originally from Lake Worth, Florida, and is a member of the band Legends of Rodeo (formerly called Recess Theory), which is currently on an indefinite hiatus. He has released two full-length albums, two EPs, and just released his third solo record, Shadows of the Summertime. A 7"single of "Jesus Christ b/w A Marigny Christmas" was released in early 2011.



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Non-album tracks[edit]

  • "Everything to Be Afraid Of" - played live
  • "Blacklisted (Demo)" - released on his MySpace page, no longer available
  • "Rivermountainview" - released on his Myspace
  • "Sea Garden Blue" - released on Fresh Ink sampler [1]


The song "Gone, Gone, Gone" is featured in the 2008 indie film The Other Side of the Tracks.

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