John Sheldon was hailed as “One of the great guitarists of our time” by NPR’s Ed Ward. He is in his 50th year of writing songs, composing music and performing his unique style of electric and acoustic guitar. Performing credits include a stint as the lead guitarist for Van Morrison, songwriter for James Taylor, a member of the Sixties’ psychedelic jazz rock band The Bead Game (whose drummer was Jim Hodder, later of Steely Dan), and touring with Linda Ronstadt and James Taylor. John has performed for five decades solo, as the lead singer-songwriter of his own rock band, Blue Streak, and in collaboration with other musicians and theater artists. He has written hundreds of songs and instrumentals and has released 13 albums of his own music.