JR Discs is an independent record label and publisher that deals specifically with the musical artist, JOHN ZONN.
We also run the RECORD SHOP at gardneronline.co.uk
PHILOSOPHY: We are continually striving for QUALITY and it is our strongly held belief that music INTEGRITY
is more important than music INDUSTRY; which means that whilst we do work hard, we also believe in the
happiness of the human spirit and we always aim for PROFESSIONALISM to be inherent within everything we do!
RELEASES: John has produced a number of albums and EPs since his musical roots began, in 1988. The
first three of these were initially released on cassette, but now all of his recordings are available on CD
or digital download. You can read reviews of them HERE
DISTRIBUTION: CD recordings (with lovely printed covers, in jewel cases) are available to buy from the RECORD SHOP
at this website, and many MP3 or WAV digital music files are now downloadable from the following online stockists:
SUCCESSES: Tracks have been on the playlists at RADIO GETS WILD (Internet), RÁDIO CLUBE DE MONSANTO
(Portugal), KIDN, KFMU & NPR (Colorado, USA) and SWINDON HOSPITAL RADIO (UK). In 2008, 'Lament for ma
Banjo-case' and 'Mes Parents Sont La France' reached #1 in the Spoken Word and Chanson genre charts
respectively, at EZFOLK.COM. In 2007, 'Mucky Pup' reached #1 at the now defunct ROCK CIRCLE online
magazine, 'Night of the Moths' became Song of the Day at the now obsolete BEATTHEMIX online music
platform and two songs were played at VIRTUAL OPEN MIC. In 2005, John was given a Silver Award by
RADIO GETS WILD for the album 'Portfolio Career', which was reviewed at RUSSELLSREVIEWS.CO.UK
The EP 'Los Galgos' has regularly been on the CD player at THE JUGGLER CAFÉ in Shoreditch, London.
LEGAL: All our original literary, dramatic, musical and artistic works are represented within the
framework of the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988.
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