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"This is one of the most intriguing acts to appear in the UK for some time"

ROBOT ROCK ALBUM,ROBOT ROCK REMIXED & KOTWF ALBUMS ARE AVAILABLE NOW...

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Leamington Assembly, Johnny Normal supporting Altered Images

Johnny Normal was fused to a Yamaha CS1X in a cruel medical experiment in 1981 which left him compelled to communicate only through synthetic blips and beeps.

He writes, performs and records original post-punk electro songs with searing synths, squealing gritty guitar and cynical yet charming lyrics...accompanied by the enigmatic force that is Psycho Pete on guitar and the exciting Jase Roper on drums.

Johnny Normal has performed and recorded with many lovely superstars including Tenpole Tudor, Blancmange, Altered Images, Sigue Sigue Sputnik, and has been supporting

Adam Ant on his smash UK comeback tour performing to audiences of up to 3000 people.

J-No has the new albums THERE'S NOTHING,ROBOT ROCK and ROBOT ROCK REMIXED as well as collaborations with some pretty interesting acts on both sides of the Atlantic.

Johnny Normal supporting Adam Ant

With new recordings released in 2017, media appearances galore and a series of gigs across the UK, this is the time for people to take notice of a unique and truly interesting entertainer. This is Johnny Normal.

Check out current Johnny Normal tour dates in the 'performances' section on the left of the page

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Johnny Normal Miss Razorblade

Miss Razorblade by Johnny Normalhttp://www.cdbaby.com/Artist/JohnnyNormalFan video:Footage: Holi Moli: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0YF9W_SwPdeDd_t8HN3cnA/videos

JOHNNY NORMAL has been recovering from critical illness following Swine Flu in 2014, and is back!!!

After being gravely ill in three intensive care units at four hospitals for seven months. Luckily Johnny survived this critical illness and is back performing again. Please support the amazing people who saved johnny's life. PLEASE DONATE HERE

JOHNNY NORMAL HAS FEATURED EIGHT TIMES ON BBC RADIO RECENTLY.

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