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Scottish-born Canadian artist Johnny Reid has a heck of a voice.  A little bit Bruce Springsteen, a little bit Billy Joel, a little bit Joe Cocker and a little bit John Denver is how we would describe this artist's style.  Fans of R&B and soft pop sounds are sure to like Johnny Reid.  We were given the opportunity to review Johnny Reid's DVD "Heart & Soul" and found his somewhat raspy, gravely voice to be very pleasant.  However, we're a little too Rock & Roll at heart to love this type of music.  I would have liked to see him and his band kick it up a notch and take advantage of that sexy raspy voice!!  

Click the photo to enjoy a Johnny Reid video!

If you enjoy newer Rod Stewart or even country music check out his newly released US CD, "Introducing Johnny Reid".  He currently has songs on iTunes and for those in Canada, you can check out his upcoming tour dates and browse all his CDs at JohnnyReid.com.  

All in all, I think my mother may really enjoy Johnny Reid.  And from watching the DVD of his final concert of 2010 in Canada, I think he enjoys the older ladies as well! *wink*















We received Johnny Reid "Heart & Soul" free of charge from EMI/Manhattan Records for the purpose of this review.  No other compensation was received and all opinions are unbiased.

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