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Jimmy Johnson: Johnson At Peace With His Music

Don Snowden, Los Angeles Times, 19 September 1986

LARGE EGOS are common in the music world, but Jimmy Johnson is one performer who doesn't believe in loudly trumpeting the virtues of his music. The Chicago-based blues singer/guitarist has received rave notices since his four songs kicked off Alligator Records' acclaimed Living Chicago Blues series eight years ago, but the soft-spoken Johnson is unaffected by the accolades.

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