Johnson & Company Band
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bblow

Ithaca, NY

#21 Sep 15, 2012
Drummer wrote:
First of all I want to thank everyone for their opinion. That shows they are not afraid to speak their mind and I respect that. We as a band work very hard. We come to play and have a lot of fun. I know everyone has their taste and we take no offense to some who don't enjoy us. After all, we're not for everyone. I'm posting my comment for one main reason and that is terry Johnson. For those who especially know about the music business will really appreciate what I'm going to say. When u play in a three piece band, you need a guitar player who better fill it all in with leads and rythum. That is a very hard thing to do. Now not only does he do that well, but now you have to add the vocals from lead to harmonies which is a hard task to take on. May I add the mean sax he plays which I personally love to hear. Not only do I believe he is the most talented, I would like to share with everyone on how terry works everyday to make sure this band goes forward, he keeps all the equipment in order, he talks on the phone to big time people everyday. He keeps all of us in order if you will. His job is very busy and complicated at times and I don't know how he does it. Mind you, I'm not taking anything away from whoever had their down opinion on him I'm simply saying that the hard incredible work along with all his versatile talent he brings to the table is very appreciating and amazing. Not only is he a great friend, but an awesome family man with an understanding wife who supports him in all directions. Yes everyone likes to make money, but I can assure you that with that smoking bass player and terry doing everything else including writing all of our songs, I'm having a blast with this group. For those who enjoy I thank you. For the ones who don't I respect your opinions fully and thank you for your honesty. My hats off to terry Johnson and terry, thank you for having me
How does a drummer not know how to spell "rythum"?
a fan

Syracuse, NY

#22 Sep 16, 2012
It's called a typo, a very common thing in today's texting/online posting world! I was more surprised to think that this is all you could come up with to contribute to this thread?? Sounds like you have too much time on your hands.

I have heard this band in a few different venues and like their sound and the way the guys' different talents just fit well together. I particularly like how they change it up to adapt the crowd. They can be playing one night fairly mellow for the older crowd at Vernon Downs, then raise the roof at Kratzy's the next night; not to mention balancing all that equipment to entertain the crowd on the Adirondack Scenic Railroad car. A very versatile trio!

Thanks to all the guys for time and energy they put in night after night just to entertain and make other people happy. The world is full of too much misery; let's focus on the enjoyment these guys and bands like this provide for us and our friends to be able to relax and enjoy a night out.
Zzmike

Herkimer, NY

#23 Nov 12, 2012
I was in scooters a couple of weeks ago and heard this band. In my opinion, for a 3 piece, they are one of the most entertaining bunch of guys I've seen. They had that crowd on their feet all night including me. Very exciting to watch, especially the drummer. Great band!
yes

Whitesboro, NY

#24 Nov 12, 2012
Zzmike wrote:
I was in scooters a couple of weeks ago and heard this band. In my opinion, for a 3 piece, they are one of the most entertaining bunch of guys I've seen. They had that crowd on their feet all night including me. Very exciting to watch, especially the drummer. Great band!
That drummer is something else
Buzz

Watertown, NY

#25 Apr 19, 2014
I heard Johnson&Co a few month's ago,had a different line-up.What I heard original Drummer was ill for awhile and dropped the stone face Bass guy,no great lost...They had fill-in Bass Player that blew me away and what amazed me he made it look easy...I said hello to him but forgot his name..I understand he's has a great voice too...
hey

Whitesboro, NY

#26 Jun 13, 2014
Zzmike wrote:
I was in scooters a couple of weeks ago and heard this band. In my opinion, for a 3 piece, they are one of the most entertaining bunch of guys I've seen. They had that crowd on their feet all night including me. Very exciting to watch, especially the drummer. Great band!
That drummer is the best. I went to see them a few ago and they changed
their name to swamp something. the drummer is gone, I said wht the f? they
had 3 renecks with him, they all looked like lenny from of mice and men.
Without the drummer, they are nothing
so what

Utica, NY

#27 Jun 13, 2014
so they play musical instruments, whats the big thing. You act like their brain surgeons. How many millions have they made and how many platinum recordings have they made. Stop the nonsense. There just a overrated garage band. Going nowhere as many locals do. Good background for drunks in bars to hop to.

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