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Awards: Best Holiday Song of the Year: “That’s What Christmas Is To Me.”
1st Runner-up, Best Novelty song of the year: "Music Rowbots." Just Plain Folks.
"Not just another singer! If you want to see a REAL performer, John M is, DA MAN!"
Don Dashiell, Reid-Land Productions.
"Something we need to hear in today's music."
Vernell Hackett - American Songwriter Magazine.
"TERRIFIC! He makes the songs come alive... a pleasure to work with. He always holds an audience. He has a presence that people will remember!"
Donald Ivanhoff - Program Director, Univ. of Bridgeport.
Co-billed / opened for: Jonell Mosser, Kevin Welch, Shake Russell & Dana Cooper, Alfred Johnson, Lisa Nemzo, Severin Browne, Freebo, Joe Ely, others.
Influences: Jackson Browne, Jethro Tull, Richard Thompson, The Who, Lyle Lovett, Steve Earle.
ASCAP, JPF, NSAI, Folk Alliance.
Instrumentation: 12 string & 6 string guitars & vocals. (Solo act.)
Also available with a full band. Visit www.johnm.com for more info.
"NO OVERDUBS!" John M music in it's purest form. Just guitar & vocals, and all recorded live.
"Still Here" - Contains John's 2 most popular songs, "My Mother In Me," and, "That's What Christmas Is To Me."
"Part Of The Game" John's edgier, more electric, rock record. Includes, "Auf-Weidersehen," "Not This Time." Plus 2 of John's best acoustic ballads, "If You Ever See Me Cry," and "Craziest Things."
"THat's What Christmas Is To Me." This record has received airplay every Christmas since it's release in '94.
VIDEO, "That's What Christmas Is To Me" DVD.
MOVIE: "HOUSE CONCERTS, (The Home Invasion Tour.)" Documentary on HOUSE CONCERTS. Film follows John and his girlfriend Penni as they travel from New Hampshire to L.A, doing concerts in people's living rooms.
CURRENT CD: "Songs I Wish I'd Written." John's own take on some of his, (and our) favorite cover songs. Includes songs by Jackson Browne, Paul Simon, Bob Seger, Richard Thompson, The Who, and others.