Johnson was a bass and business lead guitarist located in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, USA. He trained himself to try out bass from information while at senior high school and used a local music group known as Big Poppa AS WELL AS THE Canecutters. It had been Big Poppa who released him to Slim Harpo (Adam Moore) and Johnson caused him through the 60s, primarily on bass but afterwards changing Rudi Richard as business lead guitarist; Johnson can be best-known for playing the business lead on Harpo’s big strike ‘Baby Damage My Back again’. After Harpo’s loss of life in 1970, Johnson practically ceased playing and includes a full-time work outside music. Nevertheless, at the start from the 90s he was playing bass with Raful Neal in Baton Rouge on the part-time basis.
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|Across the Street||2009||Short||Mike|
|Double or Nothing||2009||Short||Narrator Two|
|Across the Street||2009||Short|
|Across the Street||2009||Short uncredited|
|Ghosts Don't Exist||2010||art department staff|
|The Mask of Sanity||2012||co-producer|
|Double or Nothing||2009||Short boom operator|
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