Produced by the legendary Rich Brotherton, Undiscovered Country pays tribute to Austin artists who blazed the way for what is now known as the music mecca of Texas.
Everyone has their favorite suit or set of clothes. You wear them and somehow your confidence goes up a notch and invariably the day goes better. For Jeff Johnston, that apparel turned about to be his musical identity.
Supposedly a homage to the '70s Austin music scene, Jeff Warren Johnston's Undiscovered Country is one of the most fully realized Americana albums in recent memory..
Jeff Warren Johnston performs "Love You to Pieces" during his live television debut on the release day of his album, "Undiscovered Country.
Jeff Warren Johnston’s New Release “Undiscovered Country” Is A Soaring Showcase Of Austinites.
Rooted in the Americana music scene in Austin, Texas, up-and-coming artist Jeff Warren Johnston abandons rock for his latest album, Undiscovered Country. The Texas native, who counts Waylon Jennings and Tom Petty among his influences, knows how to incorporate a great outlaw story into his songs, as his new 12-track compilation demonstrates.
Available April 6, Undiscovered Country — produced by guitarist Rich Brotherton and arranged by Stephen Barber — features steel guitarist Lloyd Maines, guitarist Redd Volkaert, bassist Bill Whitbeck, organists Stefano Intelisano and Riley Osbourn, fiddler Warren Hood, and the Tosca String Quartet. The album includes Johnston’s new single, “El Toro,” a nostalgic track about a former bull rider longing for his glory days.
The popular JP's Music Blog gave JWJ's CD release a pleasant acknowledgement.