Dan Johnson | Along the Way

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Along the Way

by Dan Johnson

The debut EP from an engaging Singer/Songwriter, akin to the loveable style of Guy Clark, John Prine, Kris Kristofferson, and Townes Van Zandt.
Genre: Country: Americana
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1. Since You Went Away
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2. Two Cigarettes
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3. Problem With My Drinking
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4. Along the Way
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5. Lone Gunman's Lament
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6. Wonders of the World
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"In the loveable style of greats like Guy Clark, John Prine, and Kris Kristofferson, Dan connects with audiences, telling stories and using his soft, simple voice to engage listeners." -Edge Monthly

Dan grew up in the hills of Kentucky, eventually moving to Kansas City. His father was an accomplished musician but passed away when Dan was eleven, leaving a lasting imprint on him and his music.

Having lived in over a dozen different places in the U.S. as well as Italy, Dan settled in Amarillo, Texas in 2000.

His music is acoustic Americana, flavored with the influences of Kentucky Bluegrass, Kansas City Blues, Texas Country, and the 60's and 70's rock he grew up listening to.

His songs are autobiographical and full of heart, coming from a life very different from what most of us have lived.


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