Royal Johnson

Come out to see Royal Johnson out of Macon, GA, the first of many music acts to perform on stage at Three Taverns. Wednesday March 9th, doors open at 7:00 PM/Show at 8:00 PM. Advance Tickets - $12. Door Price - $15. Price includes a brewery tour with complimentary 36 ounces of Three Taverns Beer.

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About Royal Johnson:

Georgia music artists Royal Johnson are pushing into 2016 with a head full of steam. The infectious energy of their live shows is creating ripples and bringing together diverse ponds of fans representing all walks of life in middle Georgia. Whether the sound is southern soul or countrified funk-rock, we may never know, but Royal Johnson’s live show and diverse list of covers is like seeing a mashup between the likes of Marshall Tucker Band and Sly Stone. 

The end of 2015 saw RJ sell out of the first pressing of their debut album, Belly Full, after a release party with former James Brown and Percy Sledge guitarist Robert Lee Coleman as part of GABBA Festival in late September. The eclectic group puts forth a mixed bag of songs with Belly Full, all shaded with blue, but touching everything from funk, folk and soul to country blues and rock and roll. 

Royal Johnson is a completely independent band, self-recording and producing all of their music, and handling their own management duties. They present a multi-cultural, honest blend of each member’s diverse stylings. 

Royal Johnson exploded into the Macon music scene early 2015 with an opening slot for Capricorn recording artists Stillwater at The Crazy Bull that drew over 1500 people. Other 2015 highlights include shows in Macon at The Big House Allman Brothers Band Museum and iconic Grant’s Lounge, as well as Atlanta shows at Three Taverns Brewery and the infamous Clermont Lounge with biker kings JB Walker and the Cheap Whiskey Band. They were also able to collaborate on multiple occasions with Allman Brothers Band tour mystic and iconic rock photographer Kirk West (see Gallery West in Macon) and with breakthrough photographer Michael Weintrob (see his Instrumenthead project)