Real Music Radio: The Jellybean Johnson CD Project
Help Real Music Raio support Jellybean Johnson !
You can't think about the "Minneapolis Sound" without the name Jellybean Johnson coming to mind. From his beginnings with "Flyte Tyme" and then "The Time" and "The Family", Johnson's stamp on the Minneapolis music scene is undeniable.
His drum playing in the pocket is unmatched. His ability to recreate the 777-9311 in a live show was groundbreaking. His guitar solo on Innocent was his introduction to the world of his skills on guitar. His rock song Black Cat for Janet Jackson recently ranked by Billboard as the Critic’s Pick as her number one song of all time.
Jellybean is a rock and roller at heart and the MPLS Sound with the fusion of rock, funk and R & B was a huge part of his own personal sound. Jellybean was raised on Blues by his mother and grandmother, teamed up with Ronnie Baker Brooks son of Blues legend Lonnie Brooks and his musical life came full circle. Blues and guitar are his soul.Rock and drum his heart and the Mpls Sound his legacy.”
So when this musical legend makes music, it needs to be heard. When Real Music Radio heard that there were tracks waiting to be released we had to be involved and help get this music to the world
When we heard that musicians Micheal Bland, Chance Howard, Tracey Blake and Ronnie Baker Brooks were also on this album, there was no turning back, we need this album!
The first single "Put some Jelly on it" will be released soon and the full album after that with your support.