Johnnie Ninety-Nine & Co.

est. 2007

Spring has sprung, again…

Posted by on Mar 30, 2018

My goodness, it has been a year and a half since I last updated the ol’ website. In my defense of shirking my internet duties, I’ve been keeping very busy with my family and small business, including some acting as program director for a new organization called the Gravelbourg Community Music Centre which offers free activities to seniors, teens, parents with young children and more here in southwest Saskatchewan. And beyond my recent foray into community theatre (but that’s a story for another time…) I have been playing the role of artistic director at the Berry Jam Music Festival in Kincaid, and we’re looking forward to another fantastic line-up of music this coming July 7th.

I’ve also had the privilege of working alongside my brother Stephan Mihajlovich with Vancouver-based writer Andy Garland on some recordings for his brand new radio play Duggan Hill which I highly recommend checking out for a spooky little journey of the mind.

I have still been playing and writing in the in-between times of all of my “directing” and such. Still working on putting together a few new batches of songs, hopefully one of which might reach your ears sometime in 2019, and there are rumours that the Good-Time Family Band may be getting together for a 2020 Hindsight Tour…

In the meantime, if you’re looking for some great new music, I’ve added a few more links to the Family Tree including James Green’s first solo record Never Ready which I felt truly blessed to be able to participate in. Also looking forward to getting into the studio with this guy later this year.

AND of course, if you are in the deep south of Saskatchewan around April 14th, you can check out our most recent incarnation here at Johnnie Ninety-Nine & Co. when the Family Emergency Band plays their premier gig at the Burning Hills Cafe in Rockglen.

With best wishes and a promise to do better at this bloggy-type business in the not-so-distant future, I remain yours truly,
Johnnie.