|1974: Wrote two songs for an album by recording stars The Lettermen. Title track “To A Friend” written by Jonathan.
1978: Released first album, ANGELS EVERYWHERE, Green Mt. Records.
1981-85: Taught music at The Lewis School, Princeton, NJ.
1981: Performed first children's concert in Hightstown, NJ at Kreps School at the urging of Jonathan's mother, Carol Sprout, a Kreps teacher.
1984: Released second album, A LIGHT IN THE NIGHT.
1986: Released third album, first children's album, ON THE RADIO.
1989: Performed first West Coast Concert tour.
1990: SING ALONG, FEATURING TOP CHILDREN’S STARS released by Peter Pan Entertainment Group available, includes “Braces” and “Do What You Say You’ll Do” from ON THE RADIO.
1990: Performed 1,000th children’s concert
1991: Released fourth album, KID POWER.
1991: Released fifth album, LULLABIES FOR A NEW AGE.
1991: A GARDEN OF GIVING album released by Bright Ideas Productions, includes “You’re Going To Fly” from KID POWER.
1992: WE LIKE KIDS! SONGS FOR THE EARTH, songbook and tape, HarperCollins, released world-wide, includes “A Better Place To Live” from KID POWER.
1994: Sixth album, DR. MUSIC, winner of “NAPPA Gold Award”
1994: WE LIKE KIDS! LETTERS & NUMBERS, songbook and tape, HarperCollins, released world-wide, includes “Wordworm” from ON THE RADIO.
1995: AMERICAN ACADEMY OF CHILDREN'S ENTERTAINMENT elected DR. MUSIC sole winner “BEST MUSICAL RECORDING”
1995: Performed 2,000th children’s concert
1996: Seventh album, AMERICAN HEROES, winner of the “NAPPA Gold Award” presented by a consortium of 36 parenting magazines throughout the United States; and winner of Parents’ Choice “Audio Approved Award”
1999: LIVE & IN CURLERS, WXPN Kids’s Corner Sampler released, includes “Ben Franklin” from AMERICAN HEROES.
2000: Performed 3,000th children’s concert
2000: Eighth album, MORE AMERICAN HEROES released, winner of Film Advisory Board’s "Award of Excellence" & Parents' Choice "Recommended Award."
2005: Performed 4,000th children's concert
2009: Ninth album, AMERICAN HEROES #3 released
February 2009: AMERICAN HEROES #3: iParenting Media "Best Product of 2009" Winner
April 2009: AMERICAN HEROES #3: Winner Parents' Choice Recommended Award
May 2009: AMERICAN HEROES #3: Winner Creative Child Seal of Excellence
May 2009: AMERICAN HEROES #3: Winner Film Advisory Board Award of Excellence
June 2009: AMERICAN HEROES #3: Winner Dove Foundation "Family-Approved" Seal
August 2009: AMERICAN HEROES #3: Winner 2009 National Parenting Publications Gold Award
September 2009: AMERICAN HEROES #3: Winner of a Dr. Toy 10 Best Audio/Video CD/DVDs for 2009
December 2009: AMERICAN HEROES #3: Nominated for a 2010 GRAMMY® AWARD in the field of "Best Children's Recording"
January 2010: AMERICAN HEROES #3: Winner of a 2009 Family Choice Award
February 2010: AMERICAN HEROES #3: Winner of a Mom's Choice Gold Award
October 2010 AMERICAN HEROES #3: Finalist in 2010 Giftys Awards
2010: Participating recording artist on GRAMMY® nominated Healthy Foods for Kids CD
2011: Performed 5,000th children's concert
2012 - 1994: Nineteen consecutive years as winner of ASCAP AWARD presented by Popular Awards Panel.
2012: Participating recording artist on GRAMMY® winning All About Bullies, Big & Small CD
2010 GRAMMY® Nominee
Performed 5,153 children's concerts since 1981
Released nine 9 albums of original music
Media exposure including: CBS (GRAMMYs), ABC, NBC, FOX & Cable TV appearances, cross-country air play on syndicated and local radio shows, feature articles, national awards and reviews from newspapers and magazines