Title: Jamaican Recording Artist
Location: Trenton, New Jersey, United States
Horace Johnson, Jamaican Recording Artist, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Artists for dedication, achievements, and leadership in musical performance.
Since 1971, Mr. Johnson has found success as a Jamaican recording artist producing reggae music. He attributes his success to his passion for music and singing, and he became involved in his profession because of the inspiration of his father, a preacher and singer. Mr. Johnson used to play drums while his father sang, and he also sang as a student at Sunday school. Later in his life, he learned to play musical instruments including piano and guitar. In 1973, he made his first hit, and he later named his group the “Jamaican Eagles.”
Mr. Johnson is active as a recording artist and is working on a new album with New Name Music titled “Brown Eagle and Spear.” Alongside his primary career, he has worked as a manager of the Rough Stuff Recording Studio, a school custodian, and an entertainer in the tourist in the hotel industry. Attributing his success to his passion for music and singing, in the coming years, he intends to continue to build his career and become more successful in the music industry. Mr. Johnson also hopes to inspire the younger generation to pursue their dreams as musical performers.
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