Singer-guitarist Jonathan Butler and KUVO host Susan Gatschet had a two-way before his performance at the Lone Tree Arts Center on Friday, September 24, at 8 pm.  They talked about his new single “Our Voices Matter,” which he considers an anthem to speaking out for justice on behalf of all people, which is particularly important to the South-African native raised under the oppression of apartheid.

Butler also talked about his new project produced by Marcus Miller, the annual safari tours he hosts, his growing love for jazz standards and the great American songbook, as well as a little trash talk aimed at his longtime musician friend, golfing buddy, and Colorado resident Gerald Albright. Details on Jonathan Butler’s projects and schedule.

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