Following the same production technique as the Beatles, Johnny Reed’s music follows a free-moving artistic flow. The ten tracks on “The Johnny Reed Show: are diverse and emotional, with each one telling its own story. The free-form style and content makes the album a kind of rock anomaly, during which there is no eye to follow.
Redondo Beach, California - Performing under made-up alter egos, (Even Chuley on bass, Justin Case on guitar, and Mia Ana on drums) The Johnny Reed Show is the latest album by multi-instrumentalist Johnny Reed. Reed supplies all of the instrumentals, vocals, and engineering. The effort and sheer workload poured into the album puts Reed right in the middle of the DIY musician movement.
Intended to showcase his artistic talents and promote his new musical direction, the “Johnny Reed Show” is the latest in Johnny Reed’s artistic dedication. It is also a testament to his knack for storytelling and ability to engineer a diversity instrumental arrangement. While each track is recognizable as Reed’s, each one takes its own avenue and possesses a one-of-a-kind sound.
Recorded at the Music Room Studio in Redondo Beach, the album consists of photographs and artwork taken and illustrated by Reed. Using a 1965 Fender Telecaster, 1965 Ludwig & Roland V drum kit, Takamine 12 string guitar, Korg Triton keyboard, and Ventura bass guitar, each individual sound comes together perfectly and serves as a reflection of Reed’s propensity toward self-sufficiency.
Currently in the process of recording a new album, the work of Johnny Reed can be found on his YouTube page at https://www.youtube.com/user/JohnnyReedShow as well as on his Facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/thejohnnyreedshow. For more information on his current endeavors, check out his his official artist web site at http://hollywood2you.tv/thejohnnyreedshow.html
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