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In the mean time, take a look at these Maurice Johnson time-line highlights.
Maurice Johnson is featured in the Oklahoma Gazette in a story that highlights his book series, Breaking Into the Music business as a Local Indie Artist.
June 7, 2017 Maurice Johnson introduces, The Working Musician’s 1-Year Time and Money Organizer, on Amazon, in paperback.
June 1, Maurice Johnson introduces lifestyle inspired t-shirt designs.
May 23, 2017 Dennis Spielman of UNCOVERING OKLAHOMA interviews Maurice Johnson.
May 17, 2017 Maurice Johnson introduces, The Working Musician’s 1-Year Booking and Expense Ledger on Amazon, in paperback
May 11, 2017 Maurice Johnson introduces a NEW, three-part book series titled, Breaking Into The Music Business as a Local Indie Artist on Amazon, in paperback and on Kindle.
NY Jazz Author, Debbie Burke interviews Maurice Johnson.
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Maurice’s music is added into rotation at PANDORA RADIO.
Maurice’s “Peace, Love & Jazz” cd is reviewed on All About Jazz, the internet’s oldest jazz website. Click this link to read the review.
Maurice announces his second album release, Peace, Love & Jazz.
Maurice becomes the first among UK internet station, KJAZZ RADIO UK family of music artists.
Maurice releases his debut, “Tonight” Cd, officially entering the market as an indie jazz artist.
Maurice authors “Gigorama book and software bundle” and is published by Mix Books Publishing
Maurice establishes Gig Logc Inc. develops and independently releases “Gigorama Solo-flight” Business Management software for musicians.
Maurice authors “Build and Manage Your Music Career” is published by Mix Books Publishing
D’leco negotiates a new Charlie Christian guitar deal with American instrument manufacture, Gibson Guitars.
D’Leco negotiates a licensing deal with Samick Guitars, Korea to produce an exclusive Charlie Christian, solo-flight guitar line, of their own design.
D’Leco guitar is on display at the Smithsonian Institute as part of the Chinery Collection
D’Leco builds a guitar for wealthy NJ guitar collector/businessman, Scott Chinery the exclusive, Chinery Collection.
Maurice releases “The New Working Musician’s One-Year Organizer” with Mel Bay Publishing
After Five Disbands
Maurice Co-founds D’Leco Acoustic Instruments with luthier, James W. Dale. The two hand-craft expensive arch top, jazz guitars.
After Five signs with NY lable, Warlock Records and releases the “Expressions” album.
Maurice forms the After Five Band