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'Broadcast One' - Dandelion Radio's 1st compilation album

22 hours this month including two sessions and a special tribute to CAN

Artist Info

Alan Johnson

Alan JohnsonData provided by DiscogsUS music director, conductor, pianist, vocal coach, and new opera advocate, active since 1986. Not to be confused with Alan Johnson (21), US conductor active in the San Francisco Bay area during the 1960-70s.

Production affiliations, performances, and composer collaborations have included work by John Adams, Edward Barnes, Nicholas Brooke, Mary Ellen Childs, Douglas Cuomo, Michael Daugherty, Michael Dellaira, Tina Davidson, Anthony Davis, Jonathan Dove, John Duffy, Gary Fagin, Kenneth Fuchs, Michael Gordon, Allan Jaffe, Guy Klucevsek, Michael Kosch, Leroy Jenkins, Michael John LaChiusa, David Lang, Libby Larsen, Charles Norman Mason, Lansing McClosky, John Moran, Diedre Murray, Polly Pen, Michael Alec Rose, Dan Moses Schreier, Thomas Sleeper, Michael Torke, and Richard Wargo.

Alan Johnson (2) Sound engineer, frequently mentioned at TRC Studios in Indianapolis, Indiana
Alan Johnson (3) Wind musician from Los Angeles, credited as trombonist but also as trumpeter
Alan Johnson (4) Playing flute at the Tuff Gong Recording Studio in Jamaica, in the early 80s.
Alan Johnson (5) Guitarist, mentioned for a recording at Ivy Creek Studio, Mars Hill, NC in 1993
Alan Johnson (6) Member of the Hip Hop crew Hip Hop crew with his alias Chief Nek
Alan Johnson (7) Photographer
Alan Johnson (8) Bluegrass Fiddle player
Artist biography from Discogs

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