About Jon

“Bayou Wild moves effortlessly through a plethora of genres. No matter if it’s the Americana sounds of “Windy River” (which features Hebert on mandolin), the horn laden “Landmark Hotel,” or the Louisiana roots-rock of “Henriette Delille,” Hebert is clearly comfortable working in different musical landscapes.”

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About Jon

“Bayou Wild moves effortlessly through a plethora of genres. No matter if it’s the Americana sounds of “Windy River” (which features Hebert on mandolin), the horn laden “Landmark Hotel,” or the Louisiana roots-rock of “Henriette Delille,” Hebert is clearly comfortable working in different musical landscapes.”

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“If I had to pick just one music genre to write in… well, I guess I couldn’t do it.”

Luckily, self-described multi-genre roots songwriter Jon Hebert doesn’t have to. Jon moves fluently between blues, jazz, arena rock, and Americana on his first full-length album “Bayou Wild.”

Produced by Jon entirely in New Orleans, the studio album features local players Andre Bohren, Ryan Brown, Terrina Cook, Joe Crachiola, Gina Forsyth, Ian Smith, Tim Stambaugh, Rick Trolsen, Bruce Tyner, and Jeff Watkins, with Jon on vocals, guitar, bass, mandolin, and percussion.

“Friends said they could never tell what style of song was coming next, and they loved it. It was very intentional on my part, and I am happy it worked!”

Jon is a Louisiana native and has been writing and playing music for over twenty years. He is constantly writing and recording his original music and is writing a novel to be published in 2022.