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Marc Courtney Johnson

"Jazz is a natural fit for many of the things I've been doing instinctively as a vocalist for some time. I cannot wait to see where this journey will lead in a year or two." Marc has been involved with music in some capacity all of his life. He sang in church youth choirs off and on from age 5 through 13. In junior high he was introduced to the clarinet and developed a love for classical music, playing in symphony & marching bands in high school. Marc began college at Northern Illinois University where he briefly pursued a vocal performance degree, studying for a semester with Basso Cantante Myron Myers

Marc Courtney Johnson

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2005
Track listing: Better; Nola's Song; Invitation; Lush Life; Until I Met You (Corner Pocket); Forever, for Always, for Love; Almost Like Being in Love; To Be Free.


Marc Courtney Johnson: Marc Courtney Johnson

Read "Marc Courtney Johnson" reviewed by Jim Santella

Performing with the Dan Cray Trio, singer Marc Courtney Johnson brings us four jazz standards and several other fresh pieces that introduce his vocal manners to a wider public. The Chicago-based singer carries with him a hip swagger, a heartfelt passion for communicating with his audience, and a love for the tradition. A lifetime of singing ...


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