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God Johnson

God Johnson

God Johnson


God Johnson was a rock/jam band from Minneapolis, Minnesota. GJ was formed by former Big Wu lead guitarist Jason Fladager along with Jimmy Rogers on bass, and Scott Roerick on Keyboards in 2003. Later that year drummer Royce Rock and Tim Carrow on Keyboards also joined GJ. Now a full five piece outfit, GJ still didn't have a full time viable lead vocalist (most of the vocal duties were being handled by Fladager and Roerick). So in early 2005 they added lead vocalist/keyboardist Tim Carrow. Read more on Last.fm
God Johnson was a rock/jam band from Minneapolis, Minnesota. GJ was formed by former Big Wu lead guitarist Jason Fladager along with Jimmy Rogers on bass, and Scott Roerick on Keyboards in 2003. Later that year drummer Royce Rock and Tim Carrow on Keyboards also joined GJ. Now a full five piece outfit, GJ still didn't have a full time viable lead vocalist (most of the vocal duties were being handled by Fladager and Roerick).

So in early 2005 they added lead vocalist/keyboardist Tim Carrow. After the addition of Carrow to the GJ lineup the bands popularity blossomed and they got a weekly gig at the Cabooze in Minneapolis and invitations to multiple festivals around the midwest, including the 2006 and 2007 10,000 Lakes Festival in Detroit Lakes, MN. They have released 3 albums officially. Multiples in 2005, and The Squirms I and Squims II.

The Squirms I & II are available as seperatate releases and as one double disc album. Edit- Apparently the hiatus is over and GJ is playing shows at the Cabooze in Minneapolis again. Go to http://www.facebook.com/pages/God-Johnson/14254253420 to see an updated schedule. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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