About KC Johns
Since entertaining the entertainment business, Hernando, Mississippi native, 21 year old country music artist KC Johns has had star quality written all over her. She got her start performing in front of crowds when she followed in her mother’s footsteps and entered the rodeo circuit competing in barrel racing for the majority of her life until the music bug bit her elevating her interest in country music to a whole new level.
She immersed herself in learning all the aspects of becoming a well-rounded entertainer by taking up guitar, writing her own songs, and performing live everywhere and anywhere that she could including memorable performances on the same rodeo circuit where she once raced.
With the release of her 2009 debut album, "Tell Me You Love Me", Johns realized her dream of being a country music artist beginning to become reality. All 10 tracks on her debut album were written by Johns and allowed her to show her true personality through her songs and live performances throughout the Southeastern US.
In 2010 Johns continued to put her name out there in a big way. Her debut music video for “Fireflies At Night” was added to GAC, her debut album hit shelves in select Best Buy stores, she earned opening spots for major label recording artists Randy Houser, Luke Bryan, and Chris Young and continued to earn press in reputable national media outlets such as Airplay Direct, Today’s Country Magazine, Country Weekly and more.
However, 2010 also saw Johns further her country music dreams as she recorded her sophomore album Carousel Ride (due for a November 2010 release) and released a brand new single “Fishin’ In Daddy’s Pond” to the public.
With the new album Johns showcases her growth as a singer, songwriter, and recording artist and introduces listeners to a new, more mature country sound then they have heard from her in the past.
She explores familiar, age appropriate topics such as love and relationships throughout the album with songs like “Crazy For You” and “Beautiful To Break", pays homage to her days in rodeo with “Cowboy That Prays,” but also includes two of her first co-writes on the album as well with “Dancing In Her Dreams” and “Watch Me When I Fly,” both written with her producer Thomm Jutz and Music Row Magazine’s Peter Cronin.
Johns plans to continue bringing her new music to people throughout 2011 with live performances that mix in her new songs with recognizable covers and the familiar material from her debut album, but most importantly continue to earn a reputation amongst fans and industry alike as an artist with an uncanny ability to connect her audience to her personality and her music leaving a lasting impression on them.