Johnny Schaefer

Johnny Schaefer

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Pop - General | Los Angeles, California, United States
Total Song Plays: 1,214   
Member Since: 2015
   Last Login: 12/7/2019
   Sounds Like: Josh Groban, Michael Buble

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Chet Nichols posted over 30 days ago to Johnny Schaefer


Hey Johnny,

Thanks for the review of my song, "We Have Never Let Go Of Our Dreams". Glad you enjoyed it.

It is an older song recorded in 1994 on a Tascam 8-track cassette recorder. Glad I studied the recording techniques of George Martin, so I could pack as much sound into that thin cassette tape.

All of those old songs are on the docket to be re-recorded with updated systems.....that is, if I find time to slide one of these older tunes into my new song production schedule.

Best to you in your endeavors.

Chet Nichols


   
 
Johnny Schaefer posted over 30 days ago to Johnny Schaefer


My new Christmas album, From Here to Nativity debuts November 5, 2016, but you can get a sneak preview here on Broadjam!

   
 
Kate Carpenter posted over 30 days ago to Johnny Schaefer


Hey Johnny, You have a great voice. Blessed Sacrament church! Wow! That was my grandmother's church. Also my niece got married in that church. God bless you and Merry Christmas! Mrs Kate

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Johnny Schaefer posted over 30 days ago


Thanks, Kate. I love that place. I have sung for a LOT of weddings over the years there. Have a wonderful Christmas!


Kate Carpenter posted over 30 days ago


You too. When I read your bio, I realized that you were putting someone's poetry to music. That is a very very hard job. At times people have asked me if I could put their poem to music. Or they liked one of my poems and said it should be a song. To me the two are so totally different. A great poem can be terrible as a song. (at least in my opinion) But a good song can be a good poem. Anyway, I'd be interested in knowing how hard it was trying to do that. Thanks, Mrs. Kate


Johnny Schaefer posted over 30 days ago


Elizabeth's poem was beautifully crafted. She sings in a choir, so I think she kept singing in mind. The syntax is terrific. The melody actually came to me almost at once. It was almost effortless, and that's a tribute to her writing, I think.


Radiation Mountain posted over 30 days ago to Johnny Schaefer


Wow I would completely *ignore* the review of Time to Cry by Rob Faulkner. Your voice is really nice and strong!

   
 
Birthe Noer Myers posted over 30 days ago to Johnny Schaefer


Many thanks for your review of The Shortest Day, You really listened and your advice is very helpful. Happy birthday soon!
I write the lyrics, Dave lefever composes and plays the music, Amy Banks sings this version. It is really happy-making to get such a good and helpful review. Birthe


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Johnny Schaefer posted over 30 days ago


Good luck!


Greg Frain posted over 30 days ago to Johnny Schaefer


Thanks for your constructive review of SOS - much appreciated. Regards, Greg