RS Berkeley artist Jon Berman has performed for over twenty years with acts such as Changes In Latitudes, Hard Rock Cafe Ambassador of Rock winners Jackson Wetherbee Band, The Sweet Remains, Barefoot Truth, Stephen Kellogg, Mieka Pauly, Jim Gilmour Band, Tripping Billies, Carlos Reyes, Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Adam Ezra Group, Charles Neville, and The Fear Nuthin' Band. In his touring career, Jon has opened for many acts including Matt Nathanson, Reel Big Fish, O.A.R., Mighty Mighty Bosstones, Gin Blossoms, Collective Soul, Guster, Aaron Lewis, Staind, and Shinedown. Jon's CD "Hidden Road", which includes the Jimmy Buffett-influenced "Corona In My Coffee Cup" was on the iTunes Chart under the "Easy Listening" genre that rose to number four. Jon, who originally moved to western Massachusetts to attend Westfield State, has made his home in Blandford. While performing with various bands, Jon considers himself extremely lucky to have opened for (or shared a bill) with such notables as Collective Soul, Gin Blossoms, Marcy Playground, Matt Nathanson, Aaron Lewis (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-Jaz 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.