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Johanna Lynn

Johanna Lynn

Singer Songwriter / Country / Pop Brentwood, TN  US
Seven Shades Darker
Seven Shades Darker
Hide And Seek
Hide And Seek
I Love You Too
I Love You Too
Can't Stand To Fall
Can't Stand To Fall
I Don't Have A Song About Whiskey
I Don't Have A Song About Whiskey


Misunderstood by Johanna (Acoustic Cover)


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  • Chuck Brunicardi (Artist)
    Chuck Brunicardi
    What a lovely and delightful voice and song Johanna "Hide and Seek". Show them what you're made of! Congratulations and best wishes.
  • Randy Lee (Artist)
    Randy Lee
    Hi Johanna, we really loved seeing you and Pucketts and I am even more impressed now that I've heard more of your music here and on your web site. I can hear your smile in your voice and your songs make me smile! You are going somewhere - I think! - and I know you will have fun along the way. Keep at it! I look forward to hearing what you come up with next.
  • Steve Zuwala (Artist)
    Steve Zuwala
    Enjoyed your music!
  • Paul Pez Zukowski (Artist)
    Paul Pez Zukowski
    Hi just touching base with those I met in Nashville
  • Netty Mac (Artist)
    Netty Mac
    I love love your song 'Can't Stand to Fall'!! It is as thought Jewel smashed into Taylor Swift - very edgy with kewl riff's - thank you BES BS cuz I am now a Fan of Johanna Lynn. Cheerz & have a HUGE day!!
  • second journey (Artist)
    second journey
    much respect to your excellent music and work, all the best for 2012



  • Spring in Nashville 2014
  • Autumn in Nashville 2013
  • Autumn in Nashville 2013


Sounds Like: Johanna Lynn

Label: Unsigned

Bio: My name is Johanna. I am 19 years old and this crazy thing called a high school graduate.

I write my own songs and have taught myself how to play several instruments which include the guitar, concert ukulele, baritone ukulele, and banjolele.

There was a time in my life not all too long ago when...See Full Bio

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Bluebird Cafe Sunday Writer's Night
Feb 27, 2014

I just found out that I passed the audition and will be performing at the Bluebi... [more]

I Don't Have a Song About Whiskey
Mar 25, 2013

This is a fun, new song that I wrote after my last trip to Nashville. I hope yo... [more]

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Q: Do you have any advice on ukuleles? i really want to get one, but i know nothing about them! Thanks! :)

A: Ukuleles are so much fun so it's definitely something worth getting! If it's something you just want to try out and you're not totally sure you're going to stick with it or not, then there are a lot of inexpensive options... they just don't have the best sound quality and tend to go out of tune, you know? The best ukuleles I've played thus far are the ones by Ibanez; I have two, one acoustic and one acoustic-electric and I have no complaints whatsoever. I use Aquila strings on both of my ukuleles and I find that those work really well. There are also several different types of ukuleles. There's Soprano, Concert, Tenor, and Baritone. I play Concert (although I'm planning on maybe getting a Baritone soon!). I find the Concert ukuleles to be a really nice size; not too small like the teeny-tiny Soprano ones... although those are really cute. I hope this helps and I wish you the best of luck in your ukulele endeavors! :)

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