Coulton wrote a new melody for the song which was copied without permission including his original line “Johnny C’s in trouble” in by the American TV series Glee. All three of these games were designed by Valve. In a broader discussion of whether or not the internet is good for musicians, Coulton answered in the affirmative, while journalist Frannie Kelley described his success as a “fluke,” comparing it to the unexpected popularity of the Snuggie. As a result, a number of music videos have been created using his songs, including such machinima as the ILL Clan ‘s video for “Code Monkey” and a kinetic typography video for the song “Shop Vac”. In , Coulton began touring with comedy duo Paul and Storm.
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Your Brains” appears in jukeboxes in Left 4 Dead 2. Along with “Still Alive,” Coulton’s song “Re: He joined Mann as opening support act on the European and North American tour of “Mental Illness”, contributing additional guitar and vocals to her main set.
Among his most popular songs are ” Code Monkey “, “Re: Coulton also can be heard throughout the audiobook version of the same book, playing the theme song to the book, playing incidental musicand bantering with Hodgman, who reads the audio version of his work.
Not to be confused with Jonathan Moulton. Folk rockindie rockjonathqn rockalternative rockgeek rock. Coulton said he would discogdaphy the proceeds from all sales until the end of February to two Glee -related charities: The song echoed the episode’s plotline around efforts to impeach Donald Trump and was later shared by the show’s Youtube channel.
In a broader discussion of whether or not the internet is good for musicians, Coulton answered in the affirmative, while journalist Frannie Kelley described his success as a “fluke,” comparing it to the unexpected popularity of the Snuggie.
Jonathan Coulton discography
In other projects Wikimedia Commons. Most of Coulton’s recordings feature his singing over guitarbassand drums ; some also feature the various other instruments Coulton plays, including accordionharmonicamandolinbanjoukulele coultpn, zendrum and glockenspiel.
On May 25,Coulton said on his official site that he would work on a new album, to be produced by John Flansburgh of They Might Be Giants and for the first time ever with a full band, including Coultno Beller of They Might Be Giants,  in a professional recording studio. Retrieved 23 December — via YouTube. In a September interview, he said of the experiment, “In some parts disography the country, I’d be making a decent living”.
Coulton releases his songs under the Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial license, allowing others to use them in their own noncommercial works. He said the title was an umbrella term for non-album tracks released after Thing a Week.
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Singer and songwriter from the United States. Coulton graduated in from Yalewhere he was a member of the Yale Whiffenpoofs.
For other uses, see Joco disambiguation. Archived from the original on Sep 23, Retrieved Aug 17, Hodgman has also mentioned Coulton on The Daily Show: On April 15,Coulton announced that he was working with comic book writer Greg Pak on a graphic novel based on the characters in his songs, called Code Monkey Save World.
In AprilCoulton released a new album Solid State which is for sale through his website and iTunes as well as being available for streaming on SoundCloud . Views Read Edit View history. Jonathan Coulton born December 1,often called ” JoCo ” by fans, is an American singer-songwriterknown for his songs about geek culture and his use of the Internet to draw fans.
InCoulton began touring with comedy duo Paul and Storm. Coulton performs some of his own songs on the show, as well as covers of other songs related to the trivia and puzzle challenges.
Good Morning Silicon Valley featured a link to a video set to his song “Re: The New Album from Jonathan Coulton”. Coulton also contributed to additional lyrics for other musical numbers featured in the show. Coulton had been working on his follow-up to the Thing a Week albums, tentatively titled The Aftermath.
His album Artificial Heart was the first to chart, eventually reaching 1 on Billboard ‘ s Top Heatseekers and in the Billboard Coulton co-wrote the songs “Good for Me”, “Patient Zero” and “Rollercoaster” with Aimee Mann for her album “Mental Illness”, for which he also contributed acoustic guitar and backing vocals.
There’s a JoCo cruise.