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Jay Jesse Johnson - Play That Damn Guitar (2009)

Jay Jesse Johnson - Play That Damn Guitar (2009)
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Blues Rock | Grooveyard Records #GYR050

"Play That Damn Guitar", the appropriately titled, mega-awesome 3rd solo studio disc from this amazing, gifted blues/rock axeripper features 11 tracks (58 minutes) of Classic, mind-blowing, over-the-top, bad-ass, killer, bluesy, Hendrix-inspired, heavy guitar power trio riffage from a true axemaster that will rock your world into the next musical dimension. Jay Jesse Johnson (Triple J) reigns supreme on the guitar and proves that he is the real deal as he takes his "Damn Guitar" to new levels of insanity and beyond on this tremendous Grooveyard Records disc. A truly remarkable and prolific, hard-hitting bluesy heavy guitar masterpiece...
Jay Jesse Johnson or, as we like to refer to him, "Triple J", is an incredible, seasoned and accomplished guitarist who speaks volumes on the instrument. The Man gives the term "Guitar Hero" new meaning with his latest monumental heavy guitar journey/statement. Johnson deserves all the credit he can get for the vast musical accomplishments he effortlessly displays and documents on the brilliant "Play That Damn Guitar" disc. JJJ is without any doubts one of the best blues-based rock guitarists in the world and he has achieved true greatness with this phenomenal heavy guitar disc that will stand the test of time. From start to finish, "Play That Damn Guitar" is a Complete, mind-blowing heavy guitar monster that represents serious six-string business from an important, inspirational axemaster. Make no mistake, during these tough musical times, we have an awesome new legitimate modern day Guitar Hero to look up to who is on a mission to save REAL Guitar Rock and his name is Jay Jesse Johnson.

"Play That Damn Guitar" also features the incredible powerhouse rhythm section of Steve Shore on Bass and Joe Aparo on Drums. Both excellent talented players in their own right who embellish each track with endless power and groove. Both Aparo and Shore lay down the perfect musical foundation for Johnson to strut his bad-ass, killer bluesy heavy guitar power trio riffage. On the downside, we are extremely sad to say that our "good musical brother" Steve Shore has recently passed since the recording of this disc and the Man will be greatly missed. Steve Shore's low-end bottom kool bass grooves will live on forever through this incredible, timeless musical document. Brother Steve Shore is and always will be our "Four String Angel".

The Jay Jesse Johnson: "Play That Damn Guitar" disc is a remarkable bluesy heavy guitar disc that is HIGHLY recommended to fans of the :::Top Three::: (((Hendrix, Trower & Frank Marino))), along with such guitar greats as Srv, Joe Bonamassa, Michael Schenker, Richie Blackmore, Eric Gales, Lance Lopez, Stevie Salas, Richie Kotzen, Craig Erickson, Buddaheads, Clas Yngstrom And Sky High and other awesome, world-class bluesy heavy guitar axerippers who rule in the Guitar World. If you love serious bluesy heavy guitar power trio riffage, you owe it to yourself to tune into this amazing and spectacular Guitarist. Even though the whole world has gone crazy, it's time to dig in deep with the Riffage that Matters and "Play Your Damn Guitar" with Jay Jesse Johnson.

~ grooveyardrecords

Jay Jesse Johnson was born in rural Indiana. He started playing his brothers guitar when he was 10 yrs. old and performing at local dances, events and nightclubs by the time he was 12. Influenced by the blues masters and early rock & roll, JJJ began honing his own style of guitar and gritty vocals around an ever evolving musical career.

At the age of 18, he headed out for the East coast and joined the New York and New England bar band scene, performing and recording with some of the best in the industry. JJJ was the guitarist with East coast band Cryer and also was the guitarist with the AOR band, Arc Angel, which appeared on MTV with the hit single, "Tragedy" (CBS/Portrait records).

Johnson was the guitarist and songwriter for the band Deadringer (Grudge/BMG records) which included Neal Smith and Dennis Dunaway from Alice Cooper as well members from Blue Oyster Cult. He has shared the stage with guitar greats, Johnny Winter, Robin Trower, Rick Derringer and Pat Travers, as well as super groups, Black Sabbath, Foghat, Fabulous Thunderbirds and Jefferson Starship to name a few.

In 2012 Johnson was signed to Shrapnel Records/Blues Bureau International with the release "Run With The Wolf". In 2013 he was featured in UK's "Blues" Magazine's cover cd "Cream Of Contemporary Blues" and in 2010 Johnson was featured in "Classic Rock" magazine, along with Joe Bonamassa, on the CD "Bluesbreakers" (the hottest blues/rock).

In 2009, Jay Jesse Johnson released his third solo CD titled "Play That Damn Guitar" on Grooveyard Records. It has received rave reviews and is a "must have" for Guitar fans everywhere. Johnson's gritty and hard driving performance is a testament to his own style of blues/rock guitar and vocals. Previous solo releases include "I've Got An Axe To Grind" 2007 and "Strange Imagination" 2005.

Johnson continues to tour with his band, The "Jay Jesse Johnson Band", which features bassist, Reed Bogart, drummer, Jeff Donaldson and Lee Evans on Hammond B3, bringing crowds to their feet wherever they perform.

~ jayjessejohnson , All Music

Jay Jesse Johnson - Play That Damn Guitar (2009)

Track List:

01. Inner Sanctum [0:01:10.72]
02. Hear No Evil [0:04:43.74]
03. Dream Away [0:06:09.03]
04. Bad Voodoo [0:05:25.13]
05. Blues For The Devil [0:06:23.47]
06. Play That Damn Guitar [0:05:32.64]
07. Bad Blood [0:05:24.57]
08. Rattlesnake Stomp [0:05:18.10]
09. Salt Of The Earth [0:05:32.66]
10. Shine On [0:05:24.41]
11. Six String Angel [0:06:53.44]

Jay Jesse Johnson - Play That Damn Guitar (2009)

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