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Best Secret Ingredient: Jonas Wilson

Onetime teenage blues prodigy Jonas Wilson grew up to wear many hats: music teacher, studio owner/producer/engineer, soundtrack composer, and instrumentalist. The guitarist/keyboardist/songwriter's considerable talents have been showcased in local projects Lomita and the White White Lights, but more so, he's been influential behind the scenes, tutoring Austin's top teenage talent like Residual Kid and Grace London and serving as an ace-in-the-hole for established artists like Ghostland Observatory frontman Aaron Behrens, whose new record Wilson produced and played lead guitar on. From kids to connoisseurs, he's been the final touch that takes the music to the next level.

Jonas Wilson,

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