Sounds Like: Lynyrd Skynyrd, Hank Williams Jr., Eric Church, Brantley Gilbert, Colt Ford
Bio: Raging guitars and a pulsing backbeat pumping at the heart of Kenny Johnson’s latest single – “How ‘Bout Them Dawgs” – tell you two important facts about the loud and proud Georgia native; he loves SEC football & Southern Rock. The former all-region and all-state high school offensive lineman gre... See Full BioMore Info
Writers Round..... My round starts @ 8pm Joining me will be Billy Lee, Brenda Lynn Allen and Daniel Baker!
Join us for a night of Songwriters in the Round at Red Light Café, featuring Kenny Johnson, Anthony Crane and Jeannie Caryn. Kenny Johnson has a passion for the craft of songwriting which compelled him to take a look at the songwriting Mecca of Nashville – one of the largest communities of active songwriters. Performing at writers’ nights developed his expression of the song in its purest form, and collaborating with seasoned writers like Jill Colucci and Randy Sharp distended his toolbox of lyrical and melodic devices. His forthcoming EP illustrates the grit and grandeur of his musical foundation, and behind it comes the weight of a long and diverse musical journey. Instead of cobbling together our own snappy bio for Anthony Crane (of the band Crane), we'll let Barb Fera – CEO & President, Musicincider – do the talking for us: "Anthony is a blues-baked singer / songwriter born and bred from that red Georgia clay. He has a smokey, whiskey-soaked voice that will reach down the back of your throat and grab your fucking spine. He has an onstage presence that will make you believe he should have been in Midnight Of the Garden of Good and Evil. All by himself, Anthony Crane is a good time…" Jeannie Caryn is a singer / songwriter, artist, and freelance writer / photographer. Her thoughtful original pieces, seasoned with folksy covers, are a testament to her goal of always communicating effectively with people through writing, music and art.
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