NEW Album Release!

Magnolia & Pine

Magnolia & Pine

Johnny & The Mongrels

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The sophomore album from Johnny & The Mongrels revisits original material that the band has been performing live since 2015 but never officially recorded till now. Additionally, two singles were added to the mix, ("Love's Got Something To Do With It" & "Big Screen"), to round out another memorable session at world famous Dockside Studio in

The sophomore album from Johnny & The Mongrels revisits original material that the band has been performing live since 2015 but never officially recorded till now. Additionally, two singles were added to the mix, ("Love's Got Something To Do With It" & "Big Screen"), to round out another memorable session at world famous Dockside Studio in Maurice, Louisiana; home to 12 Grammy award winning projects to date.

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Join us on April 6th as we celebrate the release of Break Signals' debut album, A Steady Frequency! Support: Johnny & the Mongrels and Ignatius Reilly Break Signals plays breakneck rock n' roll with stretched out jams that build to intense peaks. A 5-piece outfit whose members have performed with members of Antibalas, Lettuce, Pimps of Joytime, Robert Randolph & the Family Band, Break Signals plays a mix of crafted originals and select covers to keep the vibe tight, and the dance floor jumping. By using searing dual guitars, strong vocal melodies, and a thick rhythm section, they create a unique, explosive sound with rich textures that are just as fun to kick back and listen to as they are to dance to." Saturday, April 6th 2024 Doors at 7:00pm $15adv Food Truck TBA On sale now: https://app.showslinger.com/standalone_external_events/19570

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Johnny & The Mongrels Debut @Burn Down Denver

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Burn Down, 476 S Broadway, Denver

Johnny & The Mongrels bring their signature Swamp Funk & Bayou Soul grooves to the brand new, gorgeous surroundings of Burn Down in Denver, CO. From the venue: "The name BurnDown originates from our building’s storied history, when a large fire swept through the onsite furniture shop and scorched hundreds of the structure’s original beams. We’ve carefully preserved and reinforced the vast majority of these charred posts, alongside the space’s distressed brick, adding a unique character to our otherwise modern aesthetic.

From the restaurant and second floor lounge, to our expansive outdoor spaces, our hospitality also reflects this blend of neighborhood culture and progressive influences. Standout local beers, wines on draft and a reliable cocktail list make the venue an everyday destination for a drink among friends, while an elevated bar menu of shareable small plates, satisfying entrees and desserts invites guests to linger for more than one round. On weekends, the focus shifts to our atrium stage and third floor courtyard, with music programming celebrating local artists and select traveling bands.

From rock and roll, to blues, to jazz—or even DJs spinning vinyl—the vibe will fit the laidback, eclectic social energy of our surrounding community. Whether guests swing by at 2pm or 10, there will always be space for conversation, a well-crafted meal and the opportunity to meet a few fascinating strangers."

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Creoles Skies

Johnny & The Mongrels

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The Grammy considered Johnny & The Mongrels debut album CREOLE SKIES is available now for download here. A rainbow of Louisiana colors courses throughout CREOLE SKIES: a classic New Orleans second-line groove on debut single "Music Man"; a funky gumbo of churchy organ, wailing tenor sax and chicken-scratch guitar on the follow-up "Louisiana

The Grammy considered Johnny & The Mongrels debut album CREOLE SKIES is available now for download here.  A rainbow of Louisiana colors courses throughout CREOLE SKIES: a classic New Orleans second-line groove on debut single "Music Man"; a funky gumbo of churchy organ, wailing tenor sax and chicken-scratch guitar on the follow-up "Louisiana Girl"; a sensuous old-school R&B groove on the third single, "Creole Skies"; ... and throughout all 10 tracks dashes of zydeco accordion, gritty down-home blues and all the seasonings that flavor the Bayou State's unique musical sound.

 A surge of media enthusiasm preceded the album's release. Outlets brand it as "wonderful swamp funk" (Michael Hingston, Americana Roundup), "relaxed but irresistible" (JD Nash, American Blues Scene), "guaranteed to make you smile" (Stacy Harris, Stacy's Music Row Report) and "loaded with punch and power" (Chris Spector, Midwest Record Entertainment). Others proclaim "When you're itching for layers of New Orleans energy, reach for the CREOLE SKIES and you'll be satisfied" (Melissa Clarke, Americana Highways) and "your soul will be grateful for the musical voyage ...The album succeeds in establishing exquisite worlds wherein each song is able to deliver text and subtext" (Greg Victor, Parcbench).

The core band on CREOLE SKIES consists of lead singer/songwriter Johnny Ryan, bassist/singer/songwriter Jeff Bostic, guitarist Scott Sharrard (Gregg Allman, Levon Helm), keyboardist Bill McKay (The Derek Trucks Band, Leftover Salmon) and drummer/percussionist Eddie Christmas (The Black Crowes, Jon Cleary). Guest artists include tenor saxophonist Craig Dreyer (Keith Richards, Joan Osborne) and button accordionist Roddie Romero (Marcus Miller, Bobby Rush). Recorded at the historic Dockside Studio in Maurice, Louisiana, CREOLE SKIES was co-produced by Sharrard and JoeBaby Michaels (Ivan Neville, Bobby Messano).

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