1:30pm / April, 13th 2014View Map
BMI Songwriter Stage at the Historic New Orleans Collection
Since his arrival in New Orleans in 1996, John Fohl has become one of the busiest guitarists anywhere. John’s formidable acoustic guitar skills, rich, soulful voice, and eclectic style have become key to many of the Crescent City’s top acts. Whether funkin’ it up with The Joe Krown Organ Combo or George Porter Jr, playing rock and soul with Tommy Malone, swinging with Ingrid Lucia or backing up blues legends Pinetop Perkins and Hubert Sumlin when they come to town, all agree: John comes to play!
John’s work with the Cherry Poppin’ Daddies helped their “Zoot Suit Riot” CD sell more than 1 million units earning John a platinum record in 1998! Twenty years in the music business has also found him backing up artists such as Bo Diddly and Joe Huston, and he’s appeared on recordings alongside Clarence “Gatemouth” Brown, Henry Vestine, Spencer Bohren, David Doucet and many others on over 25 records. John has found a natural home in New Orleans and is grateful for the opportunity to live, learn and work in such a rich musical culture.