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Jon Campbell is a United States musician and songwriter based in Narragansett, Rhode Island. He has also been a commercial fisherman.[1] Most of his songs are of nautically-themed folk songs, many of them humorous. Two of his best-known humorous songs are Tanqueray Martini-O! and Frederick's of Galilee. In 2009, a compilation CD called "Yup, I Said That" was released consisting of covers of many of his songs by several well-known folk performers.[2]

DiscographyEdit

  • Keep On Fishin'
  • Catch & Release
  • Wish I'd Said That
  • Yup, I Said That
  • Bycatch

With North Star Music:

  • New England Christmastide vols 1 & 2
  • New England Yuletide
  • Wind in the Rigging

ReferencesEdit

  1. "The Lives of the Fishermen: The music of Jon Campbell comes to Annapolis Maritime Museum on Sunday, March 28," news release on website of Annapolis Maritime Museum. (Accessed at http://www.amaritime.org/newsreleases/newsrel-20100308.html on June 27, 2009.)
  2. "Campbell reels in songs that got away" by Rick Massimo. The Providence Journal Sunday, November 29, 2009. (Accessed via the Journal's website http://www.projo.com/music/content/ARTSUN-JON_CAMPBELL_11-29-09_RVGH55S_v17.1736a06.html June 27, 2010.)

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