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Welcome to Jon Budd's Music and Book Page

Jon Budd is an author and Singer/Songwriter. This site introduces his novel entitled, The Legend of the Washo Gold as well as his orignal Music Album entitled, Musical Ontology. This novel will captivate and entertain you. This album will make you remember why you love music. Both the novel and album in both digital and hardcopy form is available from this website. See below for more details.

The Legend of the Washo Gold

If you like movies like Little Big Man, Dances with Wolves, and The Last of the Mohicans, then you will love this book. 


Thieves have broken into the Washo Tribe’s sacred cave. Hank, a modern day warrior, is assigned the task of recovering what was stolen before an ancient curse triggers a repeat of the devastating 1906 Great San Francisco Earthquake. He must overcome his doubts about his tribe’s ancient religion and lead a war party of his companions to recover a cursed Indian Treasure and secure the secret of the Washo Gold.  


The Legend of the Washo Gold. It is an adventure- fiction novel about the struggle of the Washo American Indians during the infamous 1849 California Gold Rush. It centers on the beautiful, pristine Lake Tahoe and reveals American Indians in a very positive light. The novel uses ancient Washo mythology to tell a story of how these Indians persevered and eventually prospered during tumultuous Gold Rush era. The story travels in time to the initial gold discovery at Sutter’s Mill, the Great 1906 San Francisco Earthquake, and into modern times.  The tale features Lake Tahoe, Cave Rock, Washo Cosmology, gold treasure, earthquakes and San Francisco.     


To get your copy go to Amazon.com and type my name, Jon Budd into the search box. The Kindle version is $2.99 and the paperback is $9.99.  


You can also just send a check or money order for $15.00 to Jon Budd 1502 Earle Street, San Marcos, Texas 78666. Please be sure to include your address. 


Musical Ontology

This is Jonathan Budd's original music album entitled, Musical Ontology. It includes 11 tracks, one of which is a powerful drum solo. The other ten tracks are all songs Jon wrote and produced while living in Los Angeles. He plays drums, lead and rhythm guitar, and keyboards himself and is lead singer on all of the tracks. There are however, many fine musicians who also were recorded on the album including Cornelius Bumpus on saxophone, Steve Richards and Mike Langeland on lead guitar, as well as Jon Lamb, Rich Mouser, and Andy West on bass. This is a great album. It has love ballads as well as rock tunes. You will wear it out. 


To get your copy, 

copy and paste this web-link into your browser:

https://store.cdbaby.com/cd/jonathanbudd3?SourceCode=widgetbaby


You can also just send a check or money order for $15.00 to Jon Budd 1502 Earle Street, San Marcos, Texas 78666. Please be sure to include your address. 



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