JOHNNY NO HAS RELEASED ITS THREE-SONG HARBINGER OF A FULL-LENGTH TO COME! DEMOnology is now available exclusively online at CDBaby and Bandcamp. In the coming weeks, this album will also be available in physical form at live shows as well as through numerous electronic distributors from iTunes to Amazon to Spotify.
Sunday, April 15 will be a huge day for Johnny No and the Congregation at large. The Port City Ne'er-Do-Well Bluesmen will be returning to the SouthSounds Music & Arts Festival as the opener for J. Roddy Walston & the Business and Great Peacock at Soul Kitchen (219 Dauphin St.). Johnny No will also use this opportunity to celebrate the release of their EP "DEMOnology." TICKETS AND WEEKEND PASSES ARE ON SALE NOW. PLEASE VISIT THE FESTIVAL'S WEBSITE AT WWW.SOUTHSOUNDSFEST.COM
The Congregation will soon get its first taste of Johnny No's new studio material. The band has retreated to an undisclosed location in Crichton, Al. to lay down tracks that will become the band's first EP release "DEMOnology." So far, Johnny No has decided to include new songs such as "Can't Pop That Mule," "Sunday Morning Breakdown" and "Woke" in the EP's track list. Johnny No hopes to have these tracks ready for release in mid-April. Until then, curious souls can sample the new tunes at one of Johnny No's live shows.
It's been almost a year since we broke the hiatus. We came back with big plans, but getting Johnny No's Box O'Lies Traveling Medicine Show Electric Blues Revue & Revival (with Signs Following) on its feet again has had its challenges. However, the challenges have been met and overcome, and we still have the same big plans. We are almost six songs into writing our next full-length, and we still plan on doing the live album, as soon as we figure out all the logistics, bells and whistles. As always, we're zealously trying to find our way into every city, suburb, village and hamlet that will have us. Stick with us, brothers and sisters! We're still alive and kickin' with a bunch of goals for 2018. If you'd like to get a taste of our new material, then come to a show, especially New Year's Eve at The Blues Tavern. We'll definitely be playing all the originals that we have completed, thus far.
After a two year hiatus, the Port City Ne'er-Do-Well bluesmen have returned with a furious vengeance that is already spreading into venues along the Gulf Coast. In the coming months, the restructured band will be working on recording both a live album and a collection of new original material featuring the new line-up.