Jonny King (Jonathan Z. King, born 2 February 1965, New York City, New York) is an American jazz pianist.
Raised in New York City, King graduated from Princeton University and Harvard Law School and works as an intellectual property attorney.
As well as recording under his own name, he has performed with Eddie Harris, Vincent Herring, Christian McBride, OTB, Joshua Redman, Mark Turner, and Steve Wilson. He has performed around the world and is a regular in New York City's jazz clubs. He is the author of What Jazz Is (Walker Publishing), a primer on jazz listening published in conjunction with a CD prepared by Blue Note Records.
- 1994: In from the Cold (Criss Cross) with Vincent Herring, Mark Turner, Ira Coleman, Billy Drummond
- 1996: Notes from the Underground (Enja) with Joshua Redman, Steve Nelson, Peter Washington
- 1997: The Meltdown (Enja) with Larry Grenadier, Milton Cardona, David Sanchez, Steve Wilson, Steve Davis
- 2012: Above All (Sunnyside) with Ed Howard and Victor Lewis
- Yanow, Scott. "Jonny King". AllMusic. Retrieved 25 July 2018.