TURQUOISE TRAIL: New Full-Band Album by Justin Johnson!

TURQUOISE TRAIL: A Spanish Flamenco & Western Inspired Blues Album by Justin Johnson

PICK UP A PREORDER, GET AWESOME REWARDS FOR YOUR CONTRIBUTION, AND HELP MAKE THE RECORDING OF THE NEW ALBUM POSSIBLE! 
Justin Johnson
 is grabbing his guitars for another studio album!  We’ve spent the last month in the Southwest, playing guitars over the Rio Grande, along the Turquoise Trail, up the Sandia-Manzano Mountain Range, and out into the endless horizons of New Mexico.  The locations have inspired a Spanish, Southwestern, Flamenco flair to Justin’s Signature Blues.

Turquoise Trail is going to be the sound of the dusty desert, Southwestern skies, wild western gunfights, and hot sultry nights in the Spanish Cantina!  Justin is hand-selecting guest artists to fill out the sound with fiery percussion, Mariachi-inspired horns, and more!

We couldn’t wait to get into the studio and start laying down the new sound, so we spent a day at The Kitchen Sink Studio in Santa Fe, and have more studio time lined up in Albuquerque.  When we get back to Nashville, we’ll bring the guest artists in, and finish the album up at Cash Cabin Studio, where Justin recorded his last two albums, If Walls Could Talk and Drivin’ It Down.

PLEASE CHECK OUT THE FUNDRAISER FOR THE NEW ALBUM HERE AND CONSIDER PICKING UP A PRE-ORDER! 
WE NEED YOUR HELP TO MAKE IT HAPPEN…  
EVERY PREORDER HELPS BRING THIS ALBUM TO LIFE!

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CHECK OUT THESE TEST RECORDINGS TO EXPERIENCE
THE SOUNDS AND FLAVOR OF “TURQUOISE TRAIL”

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Posted on June 30, 2017, in 3 string, 3sring, 3string, 4 sring, 4 string, 4string, 6 string, 6string, album, blues, cbg, cigar box guitar, delta blues, diddley bow, diy, electric guitar, guitar, homemade, justin johnson, kickstarter, luthier, music, one string, slide guitar, tab, tablature, tabs, tune, video and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. The teasers sound intriguing. As a fan of both Spanish flamenco (used to be a dancer) and of traditional Mexican music (40+ years in Southern California) I can see how you are expanding on the original structures without compromising them. Looking forward to hearing more.

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