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Posted 15 October 2009 19:49


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One day I'll move to England. That's sure!

I'm out there nearly all the WE!!!!! lol
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Posted 17 October 2009 08:05
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Has any1 been soo lucky to get JOHN'S & PERNILLE'S new cd- Let's Run?
Maybe my best bet is to get it from THEM in person at the Water Rats. It's only 23 days officially, which is 3 weeks and 2 days to be exact.
I can't wait!!!!!!!!!!!!

Hope to see some of the most "fanatic" fans/friends there.


N X
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Posted 21 October 2009 11:52


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John performing Asia Bar, Boston

cover Power of love 5v ( F Goes to Hollywood)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HfrIeGD-w10


let's run

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KK3RMx1QLbs

Bugs to the light

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LBSmgY0YzP4


Born to run

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P63Hr22quzA

Rendez vous

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hMlDpuShSVY

I leave on friday

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4XuETx_YfhQ
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Posted 21 October 2009 20:08
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Little Cathy, you beat me to posting it here! Haha! Those are my videos! I saw John at Rockwood and All Asia! Both were incredible gigs! I got all of both gigs on video and they are all posted on YouTube. Here's the link to my page!

http://www.youtube.com/user/architectaudiophile
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Posted 21 October 2009 20:31


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That sounds brilliant of John! Thanx for posting!
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Posted 26 October 2009 10:55


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lol John ! you have a lovely youtube page !
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Posted 26 October 2009 15:31
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LOL, Little Cathy! Thanks! Gotta give JohnnyG and Capt. Blunty the credit! I was just there filming! Haha! I have been very lucky to have been at some incredible gigs! Speaking of which, the launch party for John's new album Departures is at Water Rats Theatre in London on Nov. 9... Lucky folks will be those there! It's going to be great! Hahahaha! I sound like his press agent! On that vein, John's own YouTube pages are great too BTW! http://www.youtube.com/user/johngarrisonmusic
http://www.youtube.com/user/johnnyvic2
I really miss his funny videos that he took on the road with the boys though! I don't know why he took them down!
John's Little Birdy
XOXO
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Posted 26 October 2009 21:45


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yes John i'm like you about video John took on the road with the boys , it was so funny to see this video, maybye one day John downloads again , i hope !

i wait november 10 th for buy his album
It is so nice, he gave for the French fan club a few months ago an interview that we put on the french message board, he had answered all questions without exception.
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Posted 27 October 2009 18:55
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Hey Little Cathy,
Maybe one day he will upload them again... I hope! It's nice to meet another Garrison addict. I can't wait to get my hands on Departures either. The waiting has been killing me but at least there are just a few weeks to go now! I just LOVE his work! That's nice that he answered all of the questions and that's nice that he seems genuinely interested in talking with his fans.
Cheers,
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Posted 27 October 2009 23:46


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yes John it was so nice about interview but John is like this ! i hope one day
he will do a show in France !

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Posted 30 October 2009 08:44


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Arrivals & Departures In The Making Of John Garrison’s Latest Record


http://www.sonicscoop.com/?p=1881
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Posted 11 November 2009 14:39
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What a night it has been. AGAIN!!!!!!!!

JOHN IS SIMPLY A BIG CUDDLY TEDDY- BEAR!!!!!!!!!!!

I need 2 wait for a backup with people with better cameras and more technical skils then me, but let me begin............

John's was as cute as ever!

I'll write a detailed essay 2 You when I'm a bit less rushed, I know it's pretty mean but You just have 2 wait for me plese......

JOHN'S GOT ANOTHER GIG COMING ON SAT 19/ DECEMBER/2009 - THE REGAL ROOM AT 8.30PM

The Address is: 64 Fulham Palace Road,
Hammersmith, LONDON, W6 9PH.
Tel: +44 2087482834

Nothing about tickets yet but knowing John it'll be a Pittance, sg like £6 which is bearly enough to support his Musicak Carrier, let alone pay the Band, Tour or Print Cd's!!!!!!!!
I'll be flying out from Heathrow T5 to Budapest 2 see my Family 4 Christmas. I'm sooooooooooooo GUTTED,I'm trying 2 change my flight and we'll see.......................

HOPE MANY MANY OF YOU CAN MAKE IT AND I'M STILL OWING YOU A DETAILED EXPERIENCE SHEET.

LOL: N x
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Posted 11 November 2009 18:01


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A podcast interview with John about the new album.

http://rockonrequestmagazine.podomatic.com/entry/2009-11-07T18_49_29-08_00
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Posted 15 March 2010 17:26


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John was in Montreal yesterday to give an intimate concert in a very tiny place. Actually, he didn't know that the place would be so tiny... I felt like if he was singing in my living room. How wonderful! His last CD is a pure gem. John is such a lovely person, so sweet and kind. Hopefully, he will be touring again with James...
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Posted 16 March 2010 10:51


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i'm happy for you Aline !
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Posted 14 September 2010 02:54


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John posted a beautiful picture today on his blog. The title is "PNut Wagon". Guess who is PNut? Absolutely lovely.

http://johngarrison.wordpress.com/2010/09/13/pnut-wagon/

And here is a very touching video of John when he was himself PNut in the seventies.

http://www.youtube.com/johngarrisonmusic#p/u/1/tY964r5PC6E
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Posted 14 September 2010 23:25


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Pleased to hear you enjoyed the performance Aline The intimage gigs are the best!
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Posted 10 March 2011 10:04
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Maybe it's really selfish of me but I just can't hardly wait to get introduced to Johnny's new babies........First come first enjoy the Blunty gigs. We had fantastic time with Mr Blunty and his Boys in Cardiff and in BRISROL TOO. X
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Linkzero Posted 23 October 2010 23:06

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vd_JvUp8JLM

john garrison doing the drums thing in STAY THE NIGHT




wissmily Posted 24 October 2010 00:26

what is he doing at the drums ????????????? does he really know how to play drums???




Loraline_nl Posted 24 October 2010 02:41

he does. he played with other bands in the past... also on drums, I think it was Kanute, but might also be broken dolls....




jbfan132 Posted 24 October 2010 03:26

Thanks for posting linkzero, very good video. They all look great! Nice to see John on drums.




littlecathy Posted 29 October 2010 08:29

Thanks for posting

it was not the first time for John with drums

look here it was for a Live performance, January 2006.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o7WJnuuY1K8




TEARS AND RAIN 1973 Posted 17 November 2010 19:32

Yes Lydia, John had played the drums in Broken Dolls very energeticly!!!!!
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Posted 02 August 2011 01:24


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I just wanted to show my appreciating of Mr John Garrison.

His music rocks.


Please James let John perform at your concerts. Please, just one song 'When the Lights go Out', you should be proud to show him off. I also think you two could make us happy if you wrote music together. I would love James to sing a song like that or even a duet.

Incidently can Paul, Malcolm, Karl or Ben sing solo? Anyone know?
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Posted 19 September 2011 16:27


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Two pictures from John's Twitter:

On holiday http://t.co/YYGL5VbP

Cape Town http://t.co/NwtDDHI
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Posted 19 September 2011 17:54


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Perhaps he should cover a song by John?
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Posted 04 January 2012 20:15


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A nice picture of Viktor posted by John on Twitter 1st January 2012.

Naughty Viktor http://pic.twitter.com/LScoBg13
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Posted 04 January 2012 20:34


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OMG he is so sweet and really naughty! Who has it learned him?
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Posted 07 January 2013 20:10


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John is very active doing his own music. You'll find lots of information on his new project with the band "Satellites" and the new album "Satellites 01". Really worth to read and to listen.

http://satellites01.co.uk/

https://twitter.com/Satellites01

Video for the song Railway Line:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y1yitrP49tE&feature=share

Music review:
http://www.pennyblackmusic.co.uk/MagSitePages/Review.aspx?id=8759

Reviewed By: Benjamin Howarth
Label: Vesterbrother
Format: CD

Finding information about Johnny Vic, the man behind ‘Satellites 01’ has proven remarkably difficult, even with the whole internet at my disposal. The album artwork makes it clear that the anonymity is deliberate – this album is intended to speak for itself. “It doesn’t matter who wrote this album, what matters is that this album had to be written”.

Such pretentions might be frustrating were the music itself worthy of the mystery. A slow, lush set of 9 songs over 43 minutes, with Vic’s plaintive voice set above pianos, strings and clicking rhythms. ‘Railway Lines’, a simple sad melody, reverberates gently, sounding like Gary Lightbody moonlighting with Sigur Ros.

That song is a highpoint, though while some of the less striking songs may meander a little, they remain listenable. Vic’s neat turn of phrase (“I live in a city/Where I don’t speak the language/But everyone speaks mine/Not the ideal environment for a paranoid mind”) makes me wish I knew a little more about his life. His words stop this album floating away, and make you listen that little bit closer.

Packaged elaborately in silver, the care and attention that obviously went into this album is replicated in the packaging. Though Johnny Vic clearly made this album for himself, everything about it suits the listener – beautifully recorded and presented, at an accessible length. It would just be nice to know a little more about it.

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http://www.theskinny.co.uk/music/records/303783-satellites_satellites01

Album review by Chris Buckle.
Published 07 January 2013

Album title: Satellites.01
Artist: Satellites
Label: Vesterbrother
Release date: 21 Jan

Satellites.01 originally touched down in early 2011, in a limited run that was evidently too niche for such an ambitious-sounding record. Though imperfect, these smartly-presented transmissions certainly merit wider exposure, with the album’s finest moments raising the nape hairs and triggering goosebumps.

Satellites is the nom-de-plume of Johnny Vic, whose baritone vocals signal The National as a key influence, with his delivery in Where Love Lies Bleeding particularly Matt Berninger-ish. But Vic doesn’t always balance rousing grandeur and reigned-tight emotion with the same poise as the aforementioned Ohioans; the build-and-release surge of Mindreading, for instance, steers close to Snow Patrol at their most efficiently stadium-hungry.

Yet by the time Sale of the Century rolls around, faith is restored, its symphonic splendour reaching for the stars without pandering. Satellites.02 will follow in March; if it shows a little more willingness to eschew tried-and-tested sounds, Vic could be onto something very special indeed.

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Posted 07 January 2013 20:19


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Great interview with John here
http://stevomusicman.wordpress.com/2012/12/05/qas-john-garrison/

Q&A’s : 10 Questions For – John Garrison (Budapest)
Posted on 5 December 2012 by Stevo Music Man

Continuing the series of questions and answers that I sent to various people, whom I’m either in contact with, admire or just wanted to be nosey with. In fact many fit all three.

Today we have Warwickshire born, John Garrison who’s travelled the world playing his own and others music. He’s played on a number one single, been in a band I thought could match Coldplay, in the shape of Budapest. He’s swapped Lady Godiva for The Little Mermaid. He also knows how to write a great song too. His first encounter with me was my review of his then band’s debut album many years ago it seems now.

1. You come from a musical family, I sure I read your father was a musical lecturer at Warwick University? Was it always going to be a life in music or did you want to do something else? I can’t remember wanting to do anything else. I grew up on the campus of Warwick University and my earliest memories are going to see my Dad and playing all these wonderful orchestral instruments right next to my home. I loved football and had a few training sessions at Coventry City as a teenager. Plus played golf for Warwickshire Boys. But it never gave me the same thrill as music and I was never really good enough at both. Music is the only thing that feels 100% comfortable. We won’t mention Coventry City!

2. I first came in contact with you when you released the first Budapest band’s album, ‘Too Blind To Hear‘. Were you disappointed in the general reaction to it? Not at all. It was very well received. Especially by the press. I don’t know the exact figures now, but it had sold 50,000 world-wide by 2005 so it was a success. Unfortunately, none of the money ever filtered down to me which was the main lesson learned from the whole experience. I have to admit it wasn’t much fun. Those moments on stage with Budapest were wonderful or course. But the off the stage goings on with the management, the band and the record label were a very bad memory for me. It was never going to be fun after Mark the original guitarist committed suicide a week after we finished recording. Not the best start for a new band..!! But I am still immensely proud of the album and it has aged very well. Well it has to be still one of my favourite debut albums that I’ve ever heard.

3. Saying that you went on to release a further album, primarily in Spain, ‘Head Towards
The Dawn‘. Were you surprised by the response in Spain and how did it go over there? I wasn’t surprised actually. We were on a great record label over there and they worked it hard. I knew that if people could hear the music, they would like it. It was just a matter of getting them to hear it. With a good label, that is what they do. Unfortunately they were the only good label we were with and our UK label decided for whatever reason, to not bother trying anywhere else in Europe. A decision I still don’t understand to this day. But hey, I’m sure they had their reasons. For those out there interested it can be still found on the internet to buy or download at Bandcamp.

4. Going solo is a daunting thing but as you’re a multi instrumentalist it must have helped? Also you moved to the United States too, those were big changes in your life? Going solo was actually relatively easy for me. Budapest was always my baby, I wrote all the songs and I played most the instruments on the albums. But I never had the confidence to be a “solo” artist. That’s where New York came in. I was very deflated after the split and lack of success with the 2nd album for Budapest and needed a new start. Through my Budapest contacts I managed to find a floor in New York to crash on while playing at open mic nights. I then got offered my own gigs and within 2 months I had residencies at many established spots across the city. And what’s more…I was getting paid (shock horror…!!). I guess a lot of people don’t realise how many musicians actually don’t make a penny it’s quite frightening actually. The beauty of New York is that everybody is there for the same reason. To get in, get what they want and to eventually get out. That is why it has such positive energy and it truly is the city that never sleeps. The only limitation there is your own imagination. You can do whatever you like. You could say “I want to see some Belgium Reggae tonight” and with a glance in Time Out, you’d find it. A far cry from Coventry and Leamington which is all I’d known up till then. And in New York the people take no bullshit. If you are not good, the people will tell you. But the opposite result of that is that when they say you are good, you know they mean it. New York totally changed my life. Well it does seemed to have rubbed off on you very well.

5. Now I know to fund your own work when you did some session work. This included backing some X-Factor contestants, how did that come about? I actually started out as a session player many years ago but gave it up as I found it very un-fulfilling and I wanted to do my own thing. But I still had many of my old session contacts. One of which was Karl Brazil who by now was James Blunt’s drummer. He was playing in New York and I went along as his guest. After the show he told me of a session he had coming up and asked if I was going to be in UK. As I was, I did the session. That session was Leona Lewis on BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge. The cover version of “Run” that we did was a big hit and so I got asked to go into the studio and record the track and it went to No.1. The producer was happy with what I did and started to ask me to play on other sessions. At the same time, Blunt’s old bassist left the band and I was asked if I wanted to audition. I went along and got the job. It was tough to leave New York but the subsequent two world tours has made it possible for me to continue making my own music whilst still being involved in the industry. The experience with Blunt has been incredible. An amazing privilege to play all over the world to millions of people with a small group of musicians and crew who are now life long friends.

6. I’ve had to endure all those wonderful photos you have been blogging on your world tour with James Blunt as bassist. Apart from the money, has that helped you develop too as a solo artist? Not really. James’ music and my own music are very different. Its great fun touring the world with him and he is a great boss. But we actually rarely talk about music outside of his as obviously that is what we are all there to do. I haven’t changed how I write because of playing with Blunt. But the experiences of touring the world have been fantastic subject matter for songs. Hopefully we’ll see you soon touring the world performing your own music.

7. Have you ever tried to get him to play a track of yours live or even record one for his output? No. I keep my session world and my writing world completely separate. I am hired as a professional musician. If he ever asked me to write then that is a different job completely. If he reads this, he may well do.

8. You’ve relocated to Copenhagen, a city I did enjoy visiting myself, and started family life. Are you still enjoying it? Yes very much. I love being a Dad and I enjoy Copenhagen enormously. A beautiful place and fantastic vibe. Plus the girls are quite pretty…!!! That is, after all, how I ended up here. I must say I did notice that too.


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John collects only praise for his latest album with the band "Satellites". I'm very happy for him because he deserves it, he's such a talented singer-songwriter and musician. The album Satellites 01 grows on me every day. The next album Satellites 02 should be released this spring.

http://www.directcurrentmusic.com/music-news-new-music/radar-satellites.html/

The details about Satellites remain as elusive and ethereal as the 43 minutes of solemn, grandiose art/pop found in the succinctly titled debut album Satellites.01. What we do know is that this is basically a one-man band, a multi-instrumentalist ex-Londoner who goes by the name of Johnny Vic who now lives in Copenhagen. We also know from the music -- melancholic, melodramatic, majestic, just to go with three "m's" -- is heavily influenced in the puffery prog/pop of Coldplay and Snow Patrol (one scribe described it as "Gary Lightbody moonlighting with Sigur Ros") but we also hear the more intimate elements of Matt "Aqualung" Hales in the chilly, detached reveries taking careful flight. The multiple accompanying black and white videos at the Satellites site reinforce the idea that there's some significant and thoughtful effort behind this lush, mysterious music. For starters, check out the beautifully executed "Rail Line" and "Where Love Lies Bleeding", a song that turns a simple chord progression and wistful lyrics into something, if not wholly original, at least larger than life. Dropped in limited release last year, .01 is getting an expanded distribution in the U.K. and Europe this month as we get word of model .02 due this spring.


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Posted 07 February 2013 15:33
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Thank you jbfan for this info!
Such good news!
I am really happy for John. He seems to be such a kind and nice person. I like his music a lot!
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Posted 07 February 2013 16:35


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Thank you for posting!
Thank you, John!

The energy I feel with his songs is so incredible...
Priceless!

Thank god for you too!
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Posted 18 February 2013 02:00


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I listened to this version today over and over, couldn't get enough of it. Think I'm hooked on Satellites. Just love John's voice.

https://soundcloud.com/satellites01/the-model

In honour of Kraftwerk's residency at Tate Modern's Turbine Hall.

Edited - forgot to mention that you can now follow Satellites.01 on Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/satellites01
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