1976 Reissue Album, Too Many Bad Habits, by Acclaimed Singer/Guitarist Johnny Nicholas with Bonus Album of Previously Unreleased Songs Featuring Big Walter Horton, Johnny Shines, Boogie Woogie Red, Ray Benson and More.
Deluxe Double Vinyl Collectible Box Set
With 68 Page Historical Book with Posters, Photos & Memorabilia
The lost recordings of heralded Austin-based blues/roots musician and songwriter Johnny Nicholas with blues legends Big Walter Horton, Johnny Shines, Boogie Woogie Red, Ray Benson and others on this 18 gram double vinyl LP reissue including a special bonus album of previously unreleased performances.
Designed by grammy-award winning Backstage Design Studio and nominated for the Alex Steinweiss "Best In Show" award at the 2018 Making Vinyl Packaging Awards and the Blues Blast Magazine Award in the “Historical and Vintage Recording” category.
The two-album set, Too Many Bad Habits, is a window into an important era in American music history in the late 1960’s, when Ann Arbor, Michigan was one of the hottest and most influential music scenes in the country. At the heart of the Ann Arbor Blues revival was guitarist/vocalist/songwriter Johnny Nicholas. Arriving from the East coast for the 1970 Blues Festival, he brought some of the best Blues players out of retirement to play together and create these historic recordings.
Deluxe Collectible Box Set Includes:
• Two 180-gram vinyl records
• Hard cover tri-fold vinyl holder
• Custom intricate 68-page book
• Digital download card
• Extensive 1969-2018 11x40 timeline
• Three vintage souvenir posters
• Assorted photos and memorabilia of the era
- Format: Vinyl
- Released: 09/07/2018