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Almost Home

by Jon Regen

Piano-driven, adult contemporary, pop/jazz. Echoes of Sting, Billy Joel, and Bruce Hornsby fill this heartfelt collection of original songs.
Genre: Pop: Piano
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1. A Hundred Days
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2. Hold-Out Your Heart
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3. What Am I Supposed To Do From Here
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4. Little One
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5. Better Than Before
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6. I Will Be Here
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7. Only My Credit Card Remembers Where I've Been
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Jon Regen has distinguished himself throughout the world as a singer, songwriter and pianist of unparalleled depth. His music is simply unforgettable.

Following a distinguished career in jazz as both a sideman, (Jimmy Scott, Kyle Eastwood), and a leader, (3 critically-acclaimed CDs under his own name), Regen steps-out on his own as a masterful performer with an unmistakable, individual voice.

Jon Regen was raised in Maplewood, New Jersey. Originally self-taught on his family’s aging grand piano at the age of five, Regen would lead his first professional group while still in his early teens.

He studied piano and music theory at The Eastman School of Music, and The University of Miami, eventually relocating back to his home state of New Jersey to apprentice world-renowned pianist Kenny Barron, at the Mason Gross School of The Arts at Rutgers University. Regen would graduate with a Bachelor of Music degree, and quickly move to New York City, where his strong melodic and rhythmic approach to the piano would not go unnoticed.

Regen was named Runner-Up in the Great American Jazz Piano Competition, and was also chosen as one of only 2,000 pianists worldwide to hold the title of Steinway Artist. Bassist Kyle Eastwood asked Regen to anchor his touring band, where Regen remained until 2001, leaving to accompany jazz icon Jimmy Scott. Regen spent nearly three years alongside Scott, touring, recording, and performing across the U.S., Europe, and Asia. The New York Sun would write of Regen’s work with Scott, ‘Although the British press has described Mr. (Jamie) Cullum as "Sinatra in sneakers," he is a long way from having a Sinatra or Nat Cole-level vocal instrument. Likewise, he has less technique as a pianist than, say, Jimmy Scott's prodigious accompanist, Jon Regen.’

Jon Regen Trio – Live at The Blue Note, Regen’s debut CD, was released on Half-Note Records to critical acclaim in 2000. JazzTimes called him ‘a gifted pianist-composer whose career merits tracking.’ His follow-up recording, Tel Aviv was greeted with the same industry-wide praise upon its release in 2001. High Bias proclaimed; ‘A protégé of jazz great Kenny Barron, Jon Regen is a pianist of great lyrical gifts, using his masterful technique to caress a melody like a lover strokes the object of his desire. The three-part "Tel Aviv Suite' is a marvel of collective improvisation and jazz piano melodicism.’

In 2004, Regen released Almost Home, a seven-song EP of all-original material that showcased his previously hidden talents as a singer and songwriter. Critics around the globe heralded the new music with unanimous praise; ALL MUSIC GUIDE awarded it Four Stars, and CDBABY proclaimed ‘Regen has woven a tapestry of adult contemporary pop and jazz that reflects on the integration of intelligent songwriting with the elemental and unbridled force of the human spirit.’ The Danube Courier dubbed Regen ‘the Miracle Child from New York, ’ and High Bias called the EP a collection of ‘solid tunes with instantly-appealing melodies and soulful vocals.’



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Awesome lyrics - great presence
Just saw Jon at the Blue Note (opening for Chris Botti) and all of us loved his lyrics, his stage presence, personality and humbleness. He interacts well with the audience and is a born entertainer. Can't wait for his new CD in February 2007 and to see him live again! Thanks for sharing your talents with us, Jon!


I'm really enjoying this CD!
This is a wonderful collection of songs that are very easy to listen to. The music and lyrics remind me of Harry Connick, Jr., and Jon Regen has a similar rich voice quality. This is my first experience with Jon's music, and I'd definitely recommend this CD.


better than before


Finding it difficult to stop playing this CD!
Each and every song tells a profound and tender story. Jon's voice has a softness to it that just seems to seep under your skin. The lyrics will linger long after the last song ends. It's also great for kitchen dancing!

Tamara Turner, CD Baby

With the elegance of Sting's lyricism and vocal fluidity, Bruce Hornsby's memorable piano-driven phrases, Paul Simon's casual sophistication and Billy Joel's mastery of the highly-concentrated, penetrating hook, Regen has woven a tapestry of adult contemporary pop and jazz that reflects on the integration of intelligent songwriting with the elemental and unbridled force of the human spirit. With both insistent drive and calculated restraint, Regen has cultivated a strong personality within the fragileness of tempered balance.