Don’t miss our live session with Johanna and the Dusty Floor as the band performs in Brooklyn in Johanna’s home. The Australian born piano player’s sound is a mix of electronic pop and symphony orchestra, and is something you won’t want to miss.
Johanna and the Dusty Floor’s Johanna Cranitch has a sweet, soft voice that it’s hard not to love. Though she comes from a jazz background, Cranitch’s music is pop, rock, and instrumental all in one. Her new album, Northern Lights, pulls you in with it’s personal touches in songs that “are for me,” says the artist. Talented, spirited, and unique, Johanna and the Dusty Floor is an act you can’t get enough of.
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