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[[File:Jon Siebels - c.2016.jpg|thumb|right|Jon Siebels (c. 2016).]]
 
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'''Jonathan Lee Siebels''' (born 1979-08-27), is an American musician best known as the lead guitarist for the alternative rock group, [[Eve 6]]. Siebels and [[Max Collins]] founded Eve 6 in 1998, and Siebels continued with the group until it disbanded in 2004. In 2005, Siebels formed a new group called [[Monsters Are Waiting]] and, while he was busy with them, didn't work with Collins or former Eve 6 drummer [[Tony Fagenson]] when they began [[The Sugi Tap]] in 2007. In 2010, Siebels contributed to [[Hesta Prynn]]'s solo debut EP. Then, in 2011, Siebels officially rejoined Eve 6 for ''[[Speak In Code]]'' and continues to play in the band to this day.
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'''Jonathan Lee Siebels''' (born 1979-08-27), is an American musician best known as the lead guitarist for the [[alternative rock]] group, [[Eve 6]]. Siebels and [[Max Collins]] founded Eve 6 in 1998, and Siebels continued with the group until it disbanded in 2004. In 2005, Siebels formed a new group called [[Monsters Are Waiting]] and, while he was busy with them, didn't work with Collins or former Eve 6 drummer [[Tony Fagenson]] when they began [[The Sugi Tap]] in 2007. In 2010, Siebels contributed to [[Hesta Prynn]]'s solo debut EP. Then, in 2011, Siebels officially rejoined Eve 6 for ''[[Speak In Code]]'' and continues to play in the band to this day.
  
 
I have seen Siebels play several times with Eve 6 and met him a couple times. He's always been a bit more reserved compared to the other members.
 
I have seen Siebels play several times with Eve 6 and met him a couple times. He's always been a bit more reserved compared to the other members.
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==Links==
 
==Links==
 
{{Link|Wikipedia|https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jon_Siebels}}
 
{{Link|Wikipedia|https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jon_Siebels}}
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{{Link|Discogs|https://www.discogs.com/artist/404179-Jon-Siebels}}
  
  
 
[[Category: People]]
 
[[Category: People]]
 
[[Category: Musicians]]
 
[[Category: Musicians]]

Latest revision as of 10:04, 8 November 2019

Jon Siebels (c. 2016).

Jonathan Lee Siebels (born 1979-08-27), is an American musician best known as the lead guitarist for the alternative rock group, Eve 6. Siebels and Max Collins founded Eve 6 in 1998, and Siebels continued with the group until it disbanded in 2004. In 2005, Siebels formed a new group called Monsters Are Waiting and, while he was busy with them, didn't work with Collins or former Eve 6 drummer Tony Fagenson when they began The Sugi Tap in 2007. In 2010, Siebels contributed to Hesta Prynn's solo debut EP. Then, in 2011, Siebels officially rejoined Eve 6 for Speak In Code and continues to play in the band to this day.

I have seen Siebels play several times with Eve 6 and met him a couple times. He's always been a bit more reserved compared to the other members.

Discography

With Eve 6

Released Album Title Type
1996-??-?? Eleventeen Demo
1998-04-28 Eve 6 Studio
2000-07-25 Horrorscope Studio
2003-07-22 It's All In Your Head Studio
2010-??-?? Extended Versions Live
2012-04-24 Speak In Code Studio

Other

Released Album Title Type Group
2005-10-?? Monsters Are Waiting... EP Monsters Are Waiting
2006-06-06 Fascination Studio Monsters Are Waiting
2008-10-28 Ones and Zeros EP Monsters Are Waiting
2010-07-06 Can We Go Wrong EP Hesta Prynn

Media

Links

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