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John John Brown ‘On Black Friday I Met Jesus’ : Maybe we’ll “look up at the stars” again. Wonderment, will exist again.

John John Brown

“No one looks up at the stars anymore”

Beautiful single ‘On Black Friday I Met Jesus’ is the quintessential commentary to our culture, of the moment, and beyond. Written by John John Brown, his understated vocals deliver a high impact resurgence and makes you hear the notion of why we are, as who we are.

Said John John Brown: “It tells the story of a man with mental illness meeting Jesus Christ at Walmart while reflecting on America’s disconnection with Mother Nature and obsession with the material world.”

John John Brown had been selected as a Kerrville New Folk winner in 2020 and a 2017 Emerging Artist at the Falcon Ridge Folk Festival.

His sophomore album ‘Americana Comics’ will drop, with heavy influence from John Prine.

Maybe we’ll “look up at the stars” again. Wonderment, will exist again.

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