Jon Dearing is a singer/songwriter originally from Dorset, UK. His style of Acoustic/Country/Folk blended with Pop/Rock has had him featured on BBC Introducing, iHeartRadio and the Best of British – Unsigned Show, along with articles in publications including Entertainment Focus, Forever British Country, UK Country News and many more. This has raised awareness and recognition for him as an artist and live act, taking inspiration from the likes of Ed Sheeran and George Ezra to Bon Jovi and The Goo Goo Dolls. Starting off as a singer and an acoustic guitar player, Jon learnt his musical trade in the West Country before moving to the city of Southampton. Here he worked with a number of bands and collaborated with other artists playing some of the top music venues in the city, including NME’s #1 small venue The Joiners. Establishing himself in this vibrant music scene, Jon became the opening act for televised UK artists including Nathanael Landskroner (The X Factor) and Dean Borozcky (The Voice) and gained recognition as one of the top live acts. He has now moved on to playing renowned venues around the country including London’s Half Moon, Putney. These works have coincided with charitable shows Jon has played, during which time he became, and continues to be, a keen supporter of the U Support Charity playing at fundraising events. Having originally formed the band, Boundless Kings, he released his first public work (Worth The Fight For – EP) in 2016. Currently Jon is now fully focused on his solo career as a singer/songwriter with his debut EP 'Found' out now.