10 Facts About Jonah Matranga


Jonah Rzadzinski Matranga was born on Jonah Sonz Matranga, August 11,1969 and is an American singer, songwriter and guitarist who has released a variety of solo material under his own name and onelinedrawing, and has previously been part of the bands Far and New End Original and Gratitude.


Jonah Matranga now continues to work and tour under onelinedrawing'.


Jonah Matranga left in 1987 to attend Pitzer College in Claremont, California, where he majored in English and began making music by himself.


Jonah Matranga released two EPs in 1999 of bedroom demos.


Jonah Matranga retired the onelinedrawing moniker in 2004 and now intends to put all future solo releases under his name.


In December 2004, Jonah Matranga began offering custom-made recordings of songs by himself or others through his website, in order to offer a one-of-a-kind musical artpiece.


Jonah Matranga attributed his video anonymity to his name being too long and "music biz yuck".


Jonah Matranga often expresses his negative opinion of the music industry's business ethics.


Jonah Matranga has lent his vocals on Atlanta-based band [minus]'s song "Hesitant and Polite" which appeared on their album Structure of Simplicity.


Jonah Matranga sung backing vocals for Zebulon-Raleigh, North Carolina based songwriter Nick Driver's independent release Poets' Corner Volume One track titled "Universal Love" in late 2012.