"This is the kind of music you crank up on the radio and roll your windows down."
"Thank you so much for your awesome song, The Women Take Over, which has basically become our anthem for tomorrow's Shastapalooza show!" - Jenny Abbe, Chair - DCCSC
East Valley Times article on the Green Eyed Bird album release June 2017!
They say the early bird gets the worm but with singer songwriter Jonathan Foster, his new release Green Eyed Bird has several catchy ear worms to be had. From perfect road song Fence Posts to youthful Sunrise Letdown as well as a perfect Halloween song The Devil’s Darner it's a great collection of Americana. – Mike Flannigan
2017 "Songs & Stories" Podcast "songwriter Jonathan Foster... a definite kindred spirit, has been touring in support of his latest release “Help Me Run”, a collection of Americana stories which features more than a little inspiration from the northwest area he calls home."
2016 Shasta Lake Songwriting Contest Winner article by Buddy Fairbanks in After Five The North State Magazine. Reclamation Town "the song captures the spirit of the area and its history".
"Jonathan is a rare talent and we are very proud to have a local resident do such good things!" – Former City of Shasta Lake Mayor Lori C.
Click here to read and listen to the interview Jonathan has with Todd Moe of North Country Public Radio! "You can take a musician out of the Adirondacks, but somewhere in the music there's still a link back home."
After Five Northstate Magazine 2016 Interview
on Miracle Mile Records & the Whole Earth & Watershed Festival by Jon Lewis
Jim Dyar & JF live on KKRN 88.5 FM's Local Motion with Shane.
Review of the Sabbatical LP via Strutterzine 8.3 out of 10 "Jonathan has got a very interesting voice (JOHNNY CASH similarities sometimes) ...after listening to a couple of songs you feel comfortable with his way of singing and I have to admit that he actually has (his) own style..." - Gabor Kleinbloesem
Review of the Sabbatical LP via Leicester Bangs
"...singer-songwriter Jonathan Foster mixes up folk, acoustic blues, country-rock and gritty lyricism to excellent effect on his new long-player, “Sabbatical”..." - Phil S.