John Small, founder of the Connecticuit-based trio, Grand Junction, is now performing as a solo. John brings an engaging guitar and vocal style to his musical stories and songs. His songs "Legacy Of The Leatherman", "When You Are Older" and "Roaches" are favorites with his New England audiences. His song, "The Crow and The Strawman" was recorded by Cathy Kreger on her 1989 cd release, "Grand Central Waltz", on the Passing Tone Music label. In addition, two of Johns' songs - "Burnin' The Midnight Oil" and "Allyns Apple Farm" have been performed in Great Britain by the band, Aristotle's Lantern. Recently, a song titled, The Maid From Louisville" (co-written with Johns' father, John R. Small) was recorded by the Connecticuit based singer, Rusty Chapman.
These days, John can be seen occasionally playing at a local coffeehouse or Bookstore.
Other interests include Graphic Design, Photography, Photoshop, Fitness including Weightlifting and Nutrition, looking into certification on becoming a personal trainer.