Join us on Saturday, March 7, 2015
Show starts at 7:30 PM, doors open at 7:00 PM
Cost: $18 Adults, $10 Students with ID,
children under 12 free, Public Assistance FREE with identification
with Lou Alano
Photo by Rick Stockwell
Michael Johnson started playing guitar at age thirteen and just never quit. Singing, playing, writing, and recording are the only things he's ever done and he loves it. His voice immediately identifies him as the man who sings "Bluer Than Blue", "Give Me Wings", "That's That", and "This Night Won't Last Forever." What one remembers of Michael Johnson is the texture of his voice, the meaning of the lyric and the music of the guitar — singer, song, and sound. And the feeling of being at home with a friend.
"Only seeing him in person will convince you that he actually DOES all those things you're hearing." — Eliot Wald, The Daily Planet, Chicago
After graduating from college, Lou Alano spent about ten years employed as an accompanist in the Dance Department at Brockport State College. Lou then spent a decade or two playing keyboards, mostly in Grateful Dead bands, including ten years with the Psychedelic Roosters. He spent some shorter stints with bands in a variety of genres, including the Colorblind James Experience, the Bob Squad, and the Josie Waverly Band. All along the way, however, Lou found that the solo singer songwriter has been his favorite format, both as a listener and performer.