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Johnny Cobb

Johnny is a Grammy Nominated Recording Artist / Songwriter / Producer / Musician. His current 2011 release is “Soul Provider”. “Straight From The Heart” is Johnny’s 2010 Cashbox Magazine’s hit release. Written/Produced/Performed by Cobb. Johnny originally wrote the song for the legendary Allman Brothers Band. Their version was a Billboard hit in the 80’s and the featured track on The Brothers Of The Road cd (Arista). Johnny produced, sang background vocals, and played keyboards on The Allman Brothers Band only ever Grammy nominated Arista cd titled Reach For The Sky (Arista). Johnny also penned The Allman Brothers hit single “Angeline”. Johnny wrote/produced/perform “My Great Escape”, which appeared in The ABC Movie Of The Week titled The Natalie Wood Story. “Jump Into My Fire” (Written, Produced, Performed by J. Cobb). Cobb originally wrote the song for the blues icon Etta James. Her version appeared on the Grammy nominated cd titled Seven Year Itch (Island Records). Johnny’s elf-penned and produced Elektra/Asylum Records album titled Lawler & Cobb / Men From Nowhere was nominated for a Grammy. The title track “Love At First Sight” received a Grammy nomination. Cobb toured the world and recorded (vocals & bass player) with RCA Records superstar Ronnie Milsap for five years. Johnny recorded three platinum CMA Albums Of The Year, and two Grammy award winning singles with Ronnie. During his association with Milsap, Cobb appeared on many national and international tv shows. Johnny performed back-up vocals on the Garth Brooks cd The Chase, which includes the award winning single and video “We Shall Be Free”. Cobb also sang background vocals on Garth Brook’s Beyond The Season, The Magic Of Christmas, and Garth Brooks Greatest Hits (Capitol Records, all are multi-platinum). Johnny’s Carolina music history appears within the best seller book by author Greg Haynes titled “The Heeey Baby Days Of Beach Music”. Cobb performed the official fund raiser song “You Can’t Break America’s Heart”, and was the featured singer in the song’s video to help the Oklahoma City Mayor’s Relief Fund For Bombing Victims. He received a letter of recognition and a honor guard presentation of an American flag that had flown over the White House from then vice-president., Al Gore, for his contribution to this cause.