Jonanthan Cain: Musician, Songwriter, Winemaker
After performing, writing and recording with some of the some of the best known bands and vocalist of the eighties, keyboardist and longtime member of "Journey", Jonathan Cain can look back and reflect on a successful career. With the band Journey, their song "When You Love A Woman" was nominated for a "Grammy Award", he has received two of the most prestigious BMI songwriter awards - "Most Performed Song of the Year", for over two million or more radio plays with songs "Open Arms and "Who's Cryin Now." Journey's "Greatest Hits" received the "Diamond Award" for sales of ten million and the band has sold 60 million albums with a string of top ten singles accounting for over two decades of music played on the radio.

As a songwriter, he's had songs recorded by Michael Bolton, Sammy Hagar, Kenny Rogers, the band Heart, Greg Allman, Conway Twitty, The Oak Ridge Boys, Colin Raye, Lorrie Morgan, Maria Carey, Australian singer Jimmy Barnes and Peter Frampton. As a producer he's worked with Michael Bolton, guitarist Neal Schon and most recently wrote and co-wrote most of the songs on the new Journey CD “Generations.” He's also produced seven of his own solo albums - "Back To The Innocence" and "Anthology", his debut albums as a singer songwriter, 'Piano with a View", "Body Language", "For A Lifetime," "Namaste," "Animated Movie Love Songs" and most recently “Bare Bones,” which are all instrumental piano albums of smooth jazz and new age genre.

Cain tours during the summer with Journey which includes over 25 thousand miles of touring the country on a tour bus and 50 shows playing to about a half million people. He has toured with the new line up of Journey including new lead vocalist Arnel Pineda and drummer Deen Castronovo since 1998. Along with founding members Neal Schon and Ross Valory, they have played over 400 shows since they got together as a band. "Touring is a powerful way of taking your music to the people" he says.

In 2006 Jonathan added Winemaker to his CV as he partnered with Healdsburg winemaker Dennis De La Montanya to release several wines to benefit Bay Area children's charities. 100% of the proceeds are donated and, to date, the sale of those wines have raised more than $40,000 for chartiy.

In 2008, Cain, De La Montanya, and a third partner Daryl Groom launched Finale Wines in order to blend the arts of music and wine making. Jonathan brings his same passion, patience, and dedication to this venture as he does to his music and songwriting.

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