Jon LaDeau is a Brooklyn based songwriter, guitarist, and singer influenced by roots music of all kinds.
Over the past 15 years LaDeau has toured and recorded extensively with his band, as a solo artist, and as a sideman in nearly every state of the U.S, Europe, and the United Kingdom. He has released 3 albums, breaking down in 2009, Self Titled in 2012, and Noodlehead in 2014. In addition to touring in support of these releases, Jon has honed his songwriting and performing chops by playing countless weekly residencies over the past decade of living in New York City. Aside from the stage, LaDeau is equally fascinated with the magic of the studio and continues to to contribute to a wide range of recordings.
Jon is a current member of The National Reserve, whose 2018 highlights included the release of Motel La Grange (Ramseur Records) and the pleasure of sharing the stage with Tedeschi Trucks, Amy Helm, John Moreland, Margo Price, Lukas Nelson, and many others.
Summer 2019 will see the release of Jon’s new LP, Roads. A journey rooted in folk music that stretches into more expansive instrumental territory. Jon has brought together his favorite musicians from NYC and beyond to create an exploration of the many roads we all travel.