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DJ III / Press

"The Old Towne Pub and Disco Ministries presents "Occupy the Dream," a multi-act show honoring the memory of Martin Luther King, Jr. with Sammy Sezso, Sketch Orchestra, Johnnie Heartbreak & the Radical Legs, Portraits, Garss Brothers, and Bel, Gus and DJIII..."

“Johansen cites the Red Hot Chili Peppers as an example of a band making transitions successfully because they have evolved as they have matured in their lives, and they have improved, yet their music can still be recognized as Chili Peppers. "I look deeper into the spirit of what they're trying to get across," Johansen goes on. "What's the whole point of your band? Yeah, you can play music, anyone can play music, but it has to be deeper than that-- what are you trying to tell people with your music? And nowadays you're not saying anything."”