Virtuoso Tenor Saxophone
Jon Berman is the saxophonist for Changes In Latitudes, the country’s premier tribute show to Jimmy Buffett.
For over twenty years he has performed with acts such as Hard Rock
Café Ambassador of Rock winners Jackson Wetherbee Band, The Sweet
Remains, Barefoot Truth, Stephen Kellogg, Mieka Pauley, Jim Gilmour
Band, Tripping Billies, Samantha Farrell, Carlos Reyes, Dirty Dozen
Brass Band, and Charles Neville.
While performing with various bands, Jon considers himself extremely
lucky to have opened for (or shared a bill with): Collective Soul, Gin
Blossoms, Marcy Playground, Matt Nathanson, Aaron Lewis of Staind, Reel
Big Fish, Ryan Montbleau Band, Zach Deputy, Adam Ezra Group, Will Dailey
& The Rivals, Sarah Blacker, Toby Lightman, The Dirty Dozen Brass
Band, Pat McGee, Clayton Senne, O.A.R., Deep Banana Blackout, Pilfers,
Bim Skala Bim, Guster, 2 Skinny J’s, The Urge, Step Lively, The Mighty
Mighty Bosstones, Entrain, Seeking Homer, Will Hoge, Graham Colton Band,
Zebrahead, Mephiskapheles, Skinnerbox, Miracle Orchestra, Seven
Nations, Missing Joe, Addison Groove Project, Let’s Go Bowling, Mountain
of Venus, Lovewhip, New York Ska-Jazz Ensemble, Topaz, Who Cares,
Kicked in the Head, Planet Smashers, Allstonians, Edna’s Goldfish,
Spring Heeled Jack (USA), MetroStylee, Dangerman, Children of The Korn,
Splitshift, Shadows Fall, Catch 22, Princes of Babylon, Big D and the
Kids Table, Fooled By April, and Oval Opus.
As a solo artist, Jon has opened for Barefoot Truth, Adam Ezra Group,
Mieka Pauley, Stephen Kellogg and Aaron Lewis of Staind for the It
Takes a Community Foundation.
When not on stage, Jon teaches students in the western Massachusetts
area, including students from Westfield High School, Gateway Regional,
and Wilbraham Monson Academy.