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John Wolfe Compton

San Diego based singer, songwriter, performer, multi-instrumentalist, composer and producer. Explore his story, songs, and live performances below.

Booking Rates

Solo $150 per hour
Full Band $300 per hour

Includes Bose L1 Compact Line Array PA
Bose t4s Tonematch Digital Mixer

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Classic Rock Cover Band

The Cheecharones is a power-quatro, featuring four highly accomplished musicians and good friends. With a combined 50+ years experience between the four, Matt Schlosser (vocals/guitar), Josh Benz (vocals/drums), Adam Bucciarelli (vocals/saxophone/keyboard) and John Wolfe Compton (vocals/bass) play from the heart and keep the energy (and the party) going strong. As a mainly Classic Rock cover band, it’s their focus to ensure each song is played accurately, and with just the right attitude – ensuring each song is special and comes alive. They are organized, professional, always on-time and very easy going and easy to work with.

Booking Rates

Full Band $200 per hour
Includes Bose L1 Compact Line Array PA
Bose t4s Tonematch Digital Mixer

  • “Red House” by Jimi Hendrix
  • “Iron Man” by Black Sabbath
  • “You May Be Right” by Billy Joel
  • “Tush” by Z. Z. Top
  • “Black Dog” by Led Zeppelin
  • “The Ocean” by Led Zeppelin
  • “Next Girl” by The Black Keys
  • “Funk 49” by James Gang
  • “Cheap Sunglasses” by Z. Z. Top
  • “Heard it on the X” by Z. Z. Top
  • “Just Got Paid” by Z. Z. Top
  • “The Wizard” by Black Sabbath
  • “NIB” by Black Sabbath
  • “Hard to Handle” by The Black Crowes
  • “Sunshine of Your Love” by Cream
  • “Are You Gonna Be My Girl” by Jet
  • “Same Old Story” by Taste
  • “Desire” by U2
  • “White Room” by Cream
  • “Walk Away” by The James Gang
  • “Smoke On The Water” by Deep Purple
  • “Born on the Bayou” by Creedence Clearwater Revival
  • “Welcome to the Jungle” by Guns ‘n Roses
  • “All Right Now” by Free
  • “Der Kommissar” by After the Fire
  • “Rebel, Rebel” by David Bowie
  • “Get Back” by The Beatles
  • “Just What I Needed” by The Cars
  • “Who Can It Be Now” by Men At Work
  • “Are You Gonna Go My Way?” by Lennie Kravitz
  • “Stone Free” by Jimi Hendrix
  • “Crazy Train” by Ozzy Osbourne
  • “Panama” by Van Halen
  • “Level” by The Raconteurs
  • “My Sharnoa” by The Knack
  • “Fire” by Jimi Hendrix
  • “Woman” by Wolfmother
  • “The Boys Are Back In Town” by Thin Lizzy
  • “Paranoid” by Black Sabbath
  • “Wicked World” by Black Sabbath
  • “Rock and Roll” by Led Zeppelin
  • “Tom Sawyer” by Rush
  • “Communication Breakdown” by Led Zeppelin
  • “Waitin’ for the Bus” by ZZ Top
  • “Gimme Three Steps” by Lynyrd Skynyrd

The Story.

Originally from the pastoral expanses of Chesterfield, Missouri, John Wolfe Compton moved to San Diego’s golden shores with a little less than half nothing in his pockets. Some tough years followed. Very tough. But it was during those lean years that JWC worked odd jobs and honed his craft. His bedroom was the laboratory and open mics were the testing ground. What song would make a bar patron stop mid-sentence and wheel around to see who was on stage?

Seeking to combine the genuine feeling of blues, the depth of folk and the raw power of hip-hop a distinct style was brewing – but like all good brews this one would take time. And to be honest, the formula isn’t perfect yet – but hey – isn’t that part of the fun? JWC now lives in the Ocean Beach community of San Diego. He enjoys music, puns, surfing, traveling and craft brew (like all good hearted San Diegans).

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