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Songs, Stories, and Art: Lessons from Strangers
No Depression magazine calls John John Brown's debut album The Road "a blend of astute Americana accompanied by a quiet, reflective glow," while Americana UK said his newest release is "so well written that every song could be a short story." Post to Wire noted that "John Prine is a clear influence in the way Brown rolls astute observations and a humorous slant into his lyrics." In recent years, John John has been chosen as a Kerrville New Folk winner and an Emerging Artist at the Falcon Ridge Folk Festival. In concert he mixes storytelling songs with the visual arts, creating an engrossing multisensory experience.
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John John Brown: Songs, Stories, and Art (IN PERSON)