Don Snow (born 13 January 1957, Nairobi, Kenya) is a vocalist, Hammond organist, pianist, guitarist, bass guitarist, drummer and saxophonist who is primarily known for his work with Squeeze, the Sinceros, Procol Harum and the new wave act The Catch (famous for the 1983 song 25 Years). He has also frequently toured with Van Morrison and played Hammond organ and piano on three of his albums.
He started his career in 1978 as an original member of the New Wave/Power Pop-outfit The Sinceros, who were signed to Epic Records and released a string of successful albums. Around this time, he also played with Lene Lovich and Bill Nelson, before he joined Squeeze in 1982, replacing Paul Carrack. At this time, he recorded the single 25 Years (as The Catch), which reached number 3 on the German charts, sold half a million copies and stayed on the charts for 40 weeks. He also appeared on records with artists such as Judie Tzuke, Tracey Ullman, Nik Kershaw, ABC and Sheila Walsh.
In 1987, he joined Tina Turner for her Break Every Rule World Tour and recorded the album Live in Europe. He also recorded with Roger Daltrey, Tom Jones, Jimmy Sommerville, Chris Eaton, Holly Johnson, Boy George, Jaki Graham and Gary Moore. On June 11, 1988 he played the first Nelson Mandela benefit at the Wembley Arena along with Al Green, Joe Cocker, Natalie Cole, Jonathan Butler, Freddie Jackson, and Ashford & Simpson.
In 1990, Snow played with the John Lennon tribute band in Liverpool, before he re-joined Squeeze in 1991 for touring. In 1992, after appearing on records by Tina Turner, Judie Tzuke, Thomas Anders and Heartland, he played keyboards for Procol Harum and later played for Van Morrison. He joined Squeeze for the third time in 1995 and played with Morrison again in 1998.
Since 2000, he has appeared on records of Kylie Minogue, Melanie C, Joe Cocker, Mark Owen, Michael Ball, released several solo albums and recently produced Alexis Cunningham.
In December 1992 he changed his name to Jonn Savannah. He now lives in Medford, New Jersey.