"I went on my first tour when I was 20 years old and, in those short months, the gig bag that I had, which was supposed to be the best, couldn't handle the constant traveling of tour and was destroyed after only a 1 year or less. Needing a better bag to protect my instrument, I began to research online for cases and I came across drop test videos of Reunion Blues Cases. After seeing the confidence this company had in their product by throwing instruments off of theaters, houses, and cars, first off I was in awe and secondly I was sold. The next day I went out and bought a Reunion Blues continental gig bag on March 22, 2012 and it's been traveling the world with me ever since. There's no other gig bag on earth that will protect your instrument like a reunion blues gig bag!"
Jonathan "Jay" Rosado was born in Philadelphia PA. Coming from a Christian household and of Puerto Rican decent, Jay was exposed to many Caribbean styles of music. Growing up in church he developed a love for music by watching his older brothers Carlos, Benjamin, and Wilfredo Jr play and sing in church and in local Christian bands. At the age of 11 Wilfredo Sr. saw a talent in his son and decided to invest in him by buying him his first bass. Jay began practicing all styles of music and has played for artists across different genres such as, Brian McKnight, Angie Stone, Crystal Aiken, Michelle Williams, Michelle Bonilla, Four 24, James Fortune, Byron Cage, Wes Morgan, Ford Memorial's Anointed Voices, Anthony Colon, Jimmy Jorge and The Latin Express, Elvis Bonilla, David E Talbert, Hinton Battle, Glenn Lewis, Papoose, Lee Mazin, Martha Munizzi, Vali, and currently recording and traveling the world with Ms Lauryn Hill. Jay is a fast rising up and coming musician with a distinct sound of Philadelphia and his Puerto Rican roots.