Monday, June 01, 2009

Greg Johnson to perform two shows on June 6

For young singer-songwriters based in Europe, Australia or even relatively-nearby Canada, conquering America is a challenge. So while Greg Johnson is a well-known and celebrated name in his native New Zealand, it was ultimately his decision to relocate to the U.S. that has helped better introduce his talents here.
Based in Los Angeles since 2002, Johnson is a recipient of several New Zealand music awards including Best Male Vocalist and the prestigious Silver Scroll honor for songwriting in 1997 (for his song “Liberty”). Johnson will perform two shows as part of the Music at the Library concert series in San Juan Capistrano on Saturday, June 6, 2009.
Johnson is touring in support of his latest album “Seven Day Cure,” a disc that features 12 of his original songs.
In addition to new material off “Seven Day Cure” and the hit song “Save Yourself” from his 2007 album “Trouble Shooter’s Manual,” Johnson will likely play strong material from 2004’s “Here Comes the Caviar” and 2001’s “The Best Yet.”
With an arsenal of great songs, the ability to use his powerful voice and top-notch piano playing abilities, Johnson is sure to attract plenty of more fans when he performs as part of the Music at the Library concert series at San Juan Capistrano Regional Library, performing shows at 6:30 and 8:30 p.m. on June 6.
Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for children under 12.
Information: 949-493-1752.

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