3/30 F. Alex Johnson / Brad Quinn at the WEX Nishinomiya

アメリカでいま大活躍中のバンド Colorway (http://www.colorwaymusic.com/) を率いる


3月30日の金曜日に 西宮 苦楽園 アイリッシュパブ TheWEX で開催されます。





F. Alex Johnson from the band Colorway (http://www.colorwaymusic.com/)
(Massachusetts, USA) performs a rare solo show in Japan. Plus Brad Quinn will open with a condensed version of the Folk-Pop Jukebox.

F Alex Johnson is an award-winning guitarist from Northampton, Massachusetts who has appeared on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno as well as Ellen.

He has shared stages with Ian Hunter, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, The Yardbirds, Peter Holsapple (The dB’s/REM), Television’s Richard Lloyd and Mick Jones and Foreigner among many others over his 30 years playing music professionally.

Alex is excited to be making his Nishinomiya debut as a solo performer at The Wex. He will be playing songs from both of his albums as well as some brand new material from Colorway’s forthcoming third release, These Are The Days which features Chris Collingwood (Fountains of Wayne/Look Park) on backup vocals. Come catch his only area appearance on Friday, March 30 and help make him feel at home.

“Great Stuff!” —Chris Collingwood, Fountains of Wayne/Look Park

“You gotta hear this band!” —Peter Holsapple, The dB’s/REM

“Bravo! Bravissimo!! Universal material that will appeal to people from all over the world, at any age!” —Patrick Moraz, The Moody Blues/Yes

“Amazing and inspiring” —Richard Lloyd, Television

See more about Alex and Colorway at:


Some more about Alex:

As lead guitarist with the senior rock stars, The Young at Heart Chorus Alex has toured extensively around the globe from Canada to New Zealand, Singapore to Switzerland and all across the USA. He was lucky enough to tour Japan twice (in 2010 and 2012) and played to capacity crowds in some of the country’s best concert halls. He is also featured heavily in the soundtrack to the Fox Searchlight movie, “Young at Heart”.

In 2013 Alex formed a rock trio named Colorway and has since put out two full-length album with the group. Their sophomore album, The Black Sky Sequined, was mastered by engineering legend Bob Ludwig. Diffuser’s Chuck Armstrong called “Come Back July” (the first single off the album) “. . . impossibly catchy” and Modern Rock Review’s Ric Albano called the album “. . . one of the finest rock albums of 2015.”

You can stream and/or purchase both of Colorway’s full-length albums at: http://www.colorway.bandcamp.com/

The songs Alex writes now combine smart, sharp hooks with melodic, inventive and exciting lead guitar playing. With steady and sure vocals he sings about love, loss, redemption, acceptance, joy and why it’s probably for the best that we don’t know what’s right around the corner.

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