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Kelly Johnson

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The best kept secret in music


"Everyman Diva"

Ciao indie baby: TO's "new slut on the block" Kelly Johnson can write a pop tune (with help from collaborators Amos Carlen, JC Smith and Chris Hopkins). His debut album, Cupid's Arrow, is sparse but effective. It shows off his songwriting skills. Johnson's voice is breathy and fey (Erasure's Andy Bell comes to mind). His songs have an early Madonna feel; four stand out and could easily be huge hits for other artists. Give Shakira "Journey," BBMak "Mother Teresa," Hilary Duff "Pouring Rain" and boy-not-yet-a-man Aaron Carter "First Move." They would all have the numer one hits they crave and Johnson would have a home in the Hollywood Hills. Available exclusively at

-- John Webster, Xtra! Magazine, published April 29th, 2004 - Xtra! Magazine

""I'm still a debutante""

As much as I am endebted to the fine art of postering, I have to admit that I rarely notice posters on and around Church Street in Toronto. Now, I will take notice of the naked men on these posters, but I'll rarely actually take note of the event or promotion the poster is for. Too many of the advertisements are for events that I am just not interested in, so I have blocked their influence out.
However, one day a simple pasted sheet did attract my attention. Simple message, simple image. It didn't need to ooze sex appeal, that was just a bonus. Instead it offered a boy protecting his heart. Or is he offering it? And thus I was introduced to the exceptionally talented Kelly Johnson...

-- John Pressick of Trade Magazine, published in the Spring 2004 issue. For the complete two page interview with Kelly Johnson, inquire for fax or for email attatchment. - John Pressick of Trade Magazine


Cupid's Arrow (2005) -- debut full length album

Kelly is currently recording sophomore follow-up, tentatively titled Rain Check.


Feeling a bit camera shy


Complete biography coming soon. Also see