John Surowiecki

John Surowiecki

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Pop - General | Coventry, Connecticut, United States
Total Song Plays: 924   
Member Since: 2006
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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John is a singer songwriter from northeast Connecticut. His influences include good old classic rock, classical, progressive, alternative and jazz, among others. The main instrument is the piano, organ and synthesizer. He also plays acoustic guitar and sings. Starting as an art major in college, and all the while played in bands and wrote music. Most of the past decade, he has been a full-time graphic artist and illustrator, and most weekends played in a very talented cover band called the Blackburns. Now focused on employment in his creative fields, he continues to play and write and work as a freelance graphic designer.

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Latest News

I've recently compiled a new collection of original songs. It's called Uncharted Seas. The CD includes rock, pop and ballads including "Always Been There," "Quiet Winter Night," "World in Time" and the title song, "Uncharted Seas." Please check out the video "Thicker Rope," a song with country and folk roots that celebrates the resilience of the human spirit.


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Thomas Pelc posted over 30 days ago to John Surowiecki


John, I have not been keeping up with my Broadjam or website, but I wanted you to know I received your comment on my songs. Thanks. I just listened to some of yours, and I really like a couple !!! I am much older then you, but still love my songs. but do little with them now. I live in Hampton, Ct. Not far from Coventry. Best of luck. Thomas Henry Pelc


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PappaPhil posted over 30 days ago


Thanks for the review.. u have some nice songs


Thomas Pitt posted over 30 days ago


Hi John
Thanks for the review of my song " And the people come " it did fairly well getting to number 2 in the pop/Religious chart. How that happened I don't know !! Anyway thanks again.
Regards Thomas.


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