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Recognized as “Denver’s Fiddler of Choice”, Johnny Neill has performed throughout the United States and is known for his ability to play a variety of musical styles including Classical, Western Swing, Bluegrass, Country and Jazz. Also, he is a sought after studio musician, having been recorded on over fifty albums.

Johnny has also appeared in motion pictures, on television and in the theater where his performances include:

  • Louis L’Amour’s classic western Conagher (playing the Tumbleweed Waltz which he composed on location),

  • Every Which Way But Loose,

  • the epic mini-series Centennial,

  • and the world premiere production of Almost Heaven – The Songs and Stories of John Denver at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts.

Johnny is also the winner of the 2013 Western Music Association’s Instrumentalist of the Year.

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Johnny (back row third from left) with the group Sons and Brothers


 

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Recognized as “Denver’s Fiddler of Choice”, Johnny Neill has performed throughout the United States and is known for his ability to play a variety of musical styles including Classical, Western Swing, Bluegrass, Country and Jazz. Also, he is a sought after studio musician, having been recorded on over fifty albums.

Johnny has also appeared in motion pictures, on television and in the theater where his performances include:

  • Louis L’Amour’s classic western Conagher (playing the Tumbleweed Waltz which he composed on location),

  • Every Which Way But Loose,

  • the epic mini-series Centennial,

  • and the world premiere production of Almost Heaven – The Songs and Stories of John Denver at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts.

Currently Johnny performs regularly with the Sons and Brothers Band and occasionally with Bill Barwick as one of the Sons of the Tumbleweed. He has also had the honor of accompanying other WMA artists such as Juni Fisher, Curly Musgrave and Belinda Gail, Patty Clayton, and Barry Ward. As a classical violinist he has played with Colorado’s Cherry Creek Chorale and the Arapahoe Philharmonic Orchestra.

This is Johnny’s 1st win as Instrumentalist of the Year.

 
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