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Jonathan Singleton is an American country music singer and songwriter. He is known for co-writing the songs "Don't" by Billy Currington, "Watching Airplanes" by Gary Allan, "A Guy Walks Into a Bar" by Tyler Farr, "Red Light" and "Let It Rain" by David Nail, "Why Don't We Just Dance" by Josh Turner and "Diamond Rings and Old Barstools" by Tim McGraw. In 2009, the American Society of Composers, Publishers and Authors (ASCAP) awarded Singleton for "Don't," which was one of the most-played country music songs of that year.[1]

Jonathan Singleton
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Background information
OriginJackson, Tennessee, U.S.
Years active2008–present
LabelsShow Dog-Universal Music

In 2009, he founded a band called Jonathan Singleton & the Grove, in which he sang lead vocals. The band also consisted of William Coats (drums, background vocals), Andy Dixon (bass guitar, background vocals), Justin Dudley (keyboards), Dustin Nunley (rhythm guitar, background vocals) and Josh Smith (rhythm guitar, background vocals). They signed to Universal South Records (now Show Dog-Universal Music) in March 2009 and released the single "Livin' in Paradise" that month.[2] It debuted at No. 60 on the country charts for the week of April 4, 2009, and peaked at No. 48. A second single, "Look Who's Back in Love" debuted at No. 56 on the country charts for the week of December 26, 2009. The band's song "I'm Afraid of Storms" is included in soundtrack to the 2012 video game Silent Hill: Downpour.


Jonathan Singleton & the Grove discographyEdit

Studio albumsEdit

Title Album details
Jonathan Singleton & the Grove


Year Single Peak positions Album
US Country
2009 "Livin' in Paradise" 48 single only
"Look Who's Back in Love" 47 Jonathan Singleton & the Grove

Music videosEdit

Year Video Director
2010 "Look Who's Back in Love" Peter Zavadil


  1. ^ Morris, Edward (25 February 2009). "ASCAP and BMI Honor the Doers of Billy Currington's "Don't"". CMT. Retrieved 27 August 2010.
  2. ^ "Jonathan Singleton & the Grove release debut single". Country Standard Time. 18 March 2009. Retrieved 27 August 2010.