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Killing Joke New 'In Dub' Album Plus Live Album And Jaz Coleman Letters Fo Cytheria And Symphony No.2 'The Island' Out March 24th 2014

Posted on26 February 2014

Killing Joke New 'In Dub' Album Plus Live Album And Jaz Coleman Letters Fo Cytheria And Symphony No.2 'The Island' Out March 24th 2014

Introducing: The 'Life And Times' Of Noah Francis Johnson


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Noah Francis Johnson

He may have kicked off his solo music career late in life being now in his fifties, but Cardiff-born singer Noah Francis Johnson has certainly proved that time and patience is enormously beneficial with his soulful debut offering.

Not that his interest in performing is a new route in his life, as Noah has been in and out of working men's clubs around the UK since he was 7-years-old. Born in Tiger Bay, the Welshman took up entertaining with the encouragement of his parents who, particular his father who was in a band called The Shades, were also very musical. His previous forays into music have included fronting rock band Ellis and touring the UK and Europe supporting the likes of Slayer, Jamiroquai, Lenny Kravitz and Gil Scott Heron among others. Music hasn't always been his sole passion, however, having won belts as a Welsh professional boxer and even becoming a world disco dancing champion in his younger years. Now, though, he's ready to unleash his first musical offering to the world in the form of his autobiographical new album 'Life & Times', which he admits he has been unknowingly writing since the age of 9.

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Killing Joke, Nottingham Rock City Wednesday 31st March 2011 Live Review


Despite barely registering in the charts or garnering any mainstream media interest (outside of a short dalliance with Dave Grohl in 2003) for a good part of two and a half decades Killing Joke remain one of the most influential and vibrant artists around. They're the artists' artist, one who have caused as many people to form bands as they have sold records, and throughout their turbulent 30 year plus career have been a point of influence, or a framework to rip-off, for much more widely celebrated artists such as Nirvana, Nine Inch Nails, Rammstein and Tool.

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