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Edgar Winter: "Brother Johnny" album and "Johnny B. Goode" single

Edgar Winter announces "Brother Johnny" album and "Johnny B. Goode" single

Edgar Winter’s new album “Brother Johnny” (released April 15) which is a homage to his brother Johnny Winter. The album features collaborations with Warren Haynes, Billy Gibbons, Ringo Starr, Steve Lukather, Derek Trucks, Keb Mo, Joe Bonamassa, Taylor Hawkins, Kenny Wayne Shepherd and many more.  Please feel free to publish a new story about this timely release. 

The first single Johnny B. Goode (released today) is taken from the “Brother Johnny” album.  The single features Edgar Winter, Joe Walsh and David Grissom. Fans can stream the single via this Smart URL – https://smarturl.it/johnnybgoode

Joining Edgar on the inclusive project is an impressive array of renowned musicians who knew, or were inspired by Johnny, including Joe Bonamassa, Doyle Bramhall II, John McFee, Robben Ford, Billy Gibbons, David Grissom, Taylor Hawkins, Warren Haynes, Steve Lukather, Michael McDonald, Keb Mo, Doug Rappoport, Bobby Rush, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Ringo Starr, Derek Trucks, Waddy Wachtel, Joe Walsh, Phil X and Gregg Bissonette. 

The guitar-driven album celebrates the expansive styles Johnny was known for - the 17 tracks were carefully curated by Edgar and producer Ross Hogarth to represent Johnny’s evolution as an artist, honoring his great legacy while also incorporating a personal tribute from brother to brother, and for which Edgar penned two new songs. 

The project has been years in the making, Edgar was first approached about it just after his brother passed away on July 16, 2014. Johnny had just played the Cahors Blues Festival in France, which was destined to become his last show. He had traveled to Switzerland where his next show was scheduled, but he passed away in his sleep at the hotel in Zurich before he ever got the chance. 

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