The Johner Boys

Categories: Groups and Duos, Musicians: Keyboard/Piano, Musicians: Vocalist, Songwriters/Composers

Genres: Pop, Rock

Contact

Lucas Johner
222 Langlois Way
Saskatoon, SK

Mobile: (306) 229-0621

Description

    The Johner Boys are made up of brothers Luc Johner, Jesse Johner, Quinn Johner, and friend Simon Jasieniuk. They started their music career together in 2011 and have since performed over 300 concerts on their own as well as with their father, Juno nominee and multiple Canadian Country Music Award winner, Brad Johner. They have been a part of the Telemiracle national cast for the last 4 years and have been on CTV and Global television several times.

    In Janurary 2014, they released their first EP of cover songs and are in the process of writing their debut full-length original album. Luc is the primary songwriter and has written over 50 potential candidates for the project. His songwriting ability has earned him success most recently with the Saskatchewan Games, Co-op, and the Saskatchewan Rush professional lacrosse team.

    On December 1st 2016, the boys will release their debut album “Stories”. Comprised of 11 tracks, many genres are covered from radio friendly pop, to lighthearted jazz, to hard hitting stadium rock. Recorded at bass player Simon’s home studio “Beez Neez Recording” and produced by Brad, Luc, and Simon, this DIY project went from being a fun side project to a serious industry contender.

News

  • The Johner Boys debut album

    The Johner Boys debut album "Stories" releasing December 1st.

    November 18, 2016

    Comprised of 11 tracks, The Johner Boys debut album "Stories" covers many genres from radio friendly pop, lighthearted jazz, to hard hitting stadium rock. Recorded at bass player Simon Jasieniuk's home studio “Beez Neez Recording” and produced by father Brad Johner, Luc Johner, and Simon Jasieniuk, this DIY project quickly escalated from being a fun side project to a serious industry contender. Taking a little over 2 years to create, no stone was left unturned in the writing or production process.

    The track listing includes a stadium instrumental opener called "Preface", the heavy Saskatchewan Rush lacrosse team anthem "Get Ready for the Rush" beside a friendly jazz tune written by Quinn Johner entitled "Effortlessly". The title track "Stories" is the album closer, and fronted by fine vocals and harmonies, it is a blend of soft piano ballad and epic orchestral rock.

    December 1st can't come soon enough!

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