Lola Johnson

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Lola Johnson played here, and the sound echoes on. Her presence thick in the air, and careless enough to mix Jack with the House Red, Lola sings her story night after night, often accompanied only by her faithful guitar. Drawing from varied influences, such as Phoebe Snow, Jimi Hendrix, and Jeff Buckley, Lola has created an Americana Blues sound that can be likened to many legends, but is truly her own.
While outrunning convenient genre labels, Lola journeyed from singer-songwriter open mics in Boston, got Anti-folk at the Sidewalk Café, sang the blues in Baltimore, and jazz on the Bayou. A troubadour’s life is one of meaningful transience, where Lola has had her share. Darting between city and country life, she has adeptly dodged the trappings of each in the nick of time. Lola is currently living in New York City and working on her next release.