Jonathan Ditto : Johnny Diggs Publishing

Jonathan Ditto : Johnny Diggs Publishing

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Country - Alternative | Kona, Hawaii, United States
Total Song Plays: 3,972   
Member Since: 2011
   Last Login: 10/19/2021
   Sounds Like: John Prine, Counrty sounds

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Songwriter /Lyricist

Jonathan is known as a promoter of live bands and underground house, hip hop, electronic djs for large outdoor and indoor events, stage hand, and worked for several years on the west coast and Hawaii promoting multitudes of bands.

Tv commercial/ film /print / industry for location in Hawaii. Worked on the original shows that frequented Hawaii with shows like the Pilot for "The Amazing Race" and many other commercial print projects like W Magazine, Lexus, Planet of the Apes, and film projects on the Big Island of Hawaii.

Currently promoter and co manager of the legendary Bruddah Waltah "Father of Reggae" in Hawaii. Working with local Bands and artist management.

Some influences are Bob Dylan, Willie Nelson, The Band , Tom Petty, Steve Miller, Boston, Johnny Cash, Tom Waits, Peter Gabriel, Eagles, Led Zeppelin, James Gang, The Outlaws, Steely Dan, Fleetwood Mac. JJ Cale, The Doors , Jerry Garcia, Jimi.


Latest News

Songwriter's Universe top 5 songs of the month for "Standing on the Front Line"
http://writer.songoftheyear.com/jonathanditto.html 2014
Semifinalist for Song of the Year contest for "Confusion" Find our Shine
http://www.songoftheyear.com/winners_2014a.htm
Finalist as song of the year contest in Folk Category for "Could of Been You" -
Indie International Song Contest Americana/ Country placement 2015 Spring
Semifinalist for Dallas Songwriter Association 2016 Pop "Find Myself"


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Going into the fall ready for some placements


   
 


Happy New Year Everyone!!!






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