JOHNNY RODGERS BAND VOTED #1 IN JAZZ BY LISTENERS

Listeners and fans have voted singer/songwriter Johnny Rodgers’ song Midday Moon as the #1 Jazz Song on OurStage.com for the month of May. Nearly 14,000 fans listened and even more judged the over 290 song entries throughout the month to declare Midday Moon as the winner. Earlier this year, Johnny Rodgers was recognized by Billboard Magazine, winning their 15th Annual World Song Contest with Home To Mendocino in the Americana/Folk category. With this recognition in the American/Folk and Jazz genres, the Johnny Rodgers Band has firmly established themselves at the forefront of Americana Pop music rooted in the styles of music made popular in America and reflecting today’s vibrancy of sound. Show Business Weekly says Rodgers performs his own songs as a “combination of Elton John, Billy Joel and James Taylor all rolled into one,” Both award-winning songs are included on the critically acclaimed debut album Box of Photographs which featured Grammy Award winner Randy Brecker as guest artist. The recording was produced by Richard Barone of The Bongos and is available at record stores and online at amazon.com and iTunes. Johnny Rodgers, currently on a European tour with the legendary Liza Minnelli said, “While receiving an award from music industry insiders like Billboard is terrific, it’s the recognition from everyday fans and music lovers that is really gratifying and exciting. It’s great to have the OurStage exposure that is generating new Johnny Rodgers Band fans from around the world.” Johnny goes on to say that “Our new music release planned for this summer is generating some great interest – and now we have even more fans to help build that excitement”. ….
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