The James Taylor Tribute Band

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Greg Johnson

EMAIL FOR INFO:
JamesTaylorTributeBand@gmail.com

Booking info:
508-246-1697

Available for
private gigs & parties
Serious inquiries only.

 

2020 shows:

Chatham First Night /JT Tribute Shows....Shower The People!
Masonic Hall for two shows! 
{Not sure of time quite yet.}

Cultural Center of Cape Cod
Saturday, July 18th / JT Tribute Show / Shower The People!
7:30 - 9:30 pm and
Sunday July19th
3 - 5 pm

Brewster Ladies Library ?JT Tribute Show / Shower The People!
Thursday August 13th
6-7 pm

The Berkshires!!!!!!!! JT Tribute Show!
August 5th
TBA
{more info to come with contract!}

Eastham Public Library / JT Tribute Show / Shower The People!
TBA

Nauset Beach Gazebo / 45 RPM with Greg Johnson and Bob Chambers
performing folk and Pop Rock from the 60's, 70's, 80's, and more!!!
First Monday in July!
TBA

 

 

Cultural Center
of Cape Cod

508-394-7100

South Yarmouth MA
$20, $18 for members.


SHOWER THE PEOPLE
The James Taylor Tribute Band
Greg Johnson
• with •

With Special Guest, Mike Garvan, piano

"Shower the People" is a must see performance for James Taylor fans. Come listen and sing along with Cape Cod’s own Greg Johnson and his band as they share the story behind the man and recreate the music that has touched millions of people around the world. Although Taylor's career lasted long after his success in the ‘60s and ‘70s, this tribute show concentrates on his early life and music, plus a few newer songs.

WATCH A VIDEO OF THE JAMES TAYLOR TRIBUTE BAND HERE

VIEW 18 CONCERT VIDEOS

Haunted by the demons from his past, James Taylor found the inner strength to follow his dream of becoming a famous musician. You will hear the story behind each song and be invited to sing along to some of J.T.'s most famous hits. Greg Johnson has been performing around New England for over three decades and attributes his inspiration to the music of James Taylor and the image of the sensitive southern gentleman who spoke through his music.

 

"I thought he was James Taylor!" —An enthusiastic audience member