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Ajax, Ontario, Canada | SELF | AFM

Ajax, Ontario, Canada | SELF | AFM
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Guitarist RC Johnson 3 track demo review---A Jambalaya of Guitar work

By Mark Grove

Randall Chung Johnson is a Toronto Canada based guitarist who's textural flavor is a mixture of Jazz, Blues and funk laden material with a roots bent. RC has three groups with a blend of blues, Jazz and Funk based repertoire with RC Johnson and the G Spots, Le Phunk and The Johnson Chung Quartet.
RC has been very busy in the Toronto music scene with his groups and operating RJC Entertainment Agency. As well, RC operates The Johnson Chung School of Guitar. Randall has a blues and free form jazz technique in his chord coloring, and has been able to do just that with the 3 groups he fronts. I imagine he has learned a thing or two from his School of Guitar students.

I listened to Randall's 3 demo tracks online, on his myspace page. " I Got The Blues" is a jazzy hook laden track that is reminiscent of Detroit based signature sound guitarist Bobby Murray, and vocals that are like the Detroit blues sound, with dynamic and graceful chops in each riff. " What I Feel "a bass influenced track with clean chording, along with funk beats and fast tempoed pop rock. This last little diddy called " Move Over Rover " is a bass like instrumental with short and choppy notes and heavy funk overtones. But one thing I did find a little annoying was there were too many notes being played, and not enough space between notes, and too little phrasing.

As long as RC focuses on the type of music being played his work will continue to excel. So look for RC in a Toronto based club or venue playing blues, jazz or ‘phunk.' For more information on RC Johnson and any of his work, or where he's currently playing call the number below or go online to RC's MySpace page and listen to the 3 tracks I just reviewed.

- Canadian Guitar Player Magazine


Discography

1997: The Phunk Hits The Phans (Le Phunk)
2001: Feel It (Le Phunk)
2006: Blues That Makes You Feel Good (RC Johnson & The G-Spots)
2009: BANNISTER WHITE (80's style rock)

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Contact RJC ENTERTAINMENT: (416) 825-7558

RJC Entertainment is currently promoting the new album by 80's style rock band BANNISTER WHITE. The band's original music is reminiscent of Van Halen, Iron Maiden, Rush, Michael Schenkar, and The Scorpions. The level of musicianship is very high, and every song has a memorable hook that will have you humming for days.
To hear more songs or to order please visit: http://www.cdbaby.com/Artist/BANNISTERWHITE
rcjohnson@smokinguitar.com

RC Johnson (Randall Johnson Chung) is an energetic guitarist from the Toronto area. His influences include Carlos Santana, Ronnie Earle, Jimmy Hendrix, and Albert Collins. RC Johnson has a degree in Jazz performance from York University, where he received the Oscar Peterson Scholarship for excellence in jazz performance. He currently fronts three versatile bands.
RC. Johnson & The G-Spots' CD entitled "Blues That Makes You Feel Good" was recently nominated for 'Blues Album of the Year' by The Durham Region Music Society.

Guitarist RC Johnson 3 track demo review---A Jambalaya of Guitar work

By Mark Grove

Randall Chung Johnson is a Toronto Canada based guitarist who's textural flavor is a mixture of Jazz, Blues and funk laden material with a roots bent. RC has three groups with a blend of blues, Jazz and Funk based repertoire with RC Johnson and the G Spots, Le Phunk and The Johnson Chung Quartet.
RC has been very busy in the Toronto music scene with his groups and operating RJC Entertainment Agency. As well, RC operates The Johnson Chung School of Guitar. Randall has a blues and free form jazz technique in his chord coloring, and has been able to do just that with the 3 groups he fronts. I imagine he has learned a thing or two from his School of Guitar students.

I listened to Randall's 3 demo tracks online, on his myspace page. " I Got The Blues" is a jazzy hook laden track that is reminiscent of Detroit based signature sound guitarist Bobby Murray, and vocals that are like the Detroit blues sound, with dynamic and graceful chops in each riff. " What I Feel "a bass influenced track with clean chording, along with funk beats and fast tempoed pop rock. This last little diddy called " Move Over Rover " is a bass like instrumental with short and choppy notes and heavy funk overtones...

As long as RC focuses on the type of music being played his work will continue to excel. So look for RC in a Toronto based club or venue playing blues, jazz or ‘phunk.' For more information on RC Johnson and any of his work, or where he's currently playing call the number below or go online to RC's MySpace page and listen to the 3 tracks I just reviewed.