Let It Flow
Johnny Yankoviak began playing the drums at age 7. In middle school he picked up the keys and won a series of local talent shows. He was voted 'most talented' in high school, and awarded a partial scholorship to attend Shenandoah Conservatory. In the mid 80's, he released his first compilation album entitled, 'Shades of the Future'. His Washington Redskin song was aired on MTV. In 1990, he released his debut album, and in the mid '90's he released various singles. In 1997, he had a small role in the Warner Bother's film 'Contact' starring Jodie Foster. 'Long Time Coming' was released in 2000, and 'It's Been Six Weeks' was released in 2001. 'Let It Flow', was recorded in his own home studio, and released April 4, 2003. He has recieved airplay on college radio, and in Germany, Belgium, France, and The Netherlands. Called 'a local legend', and 'a one-man band' by Borders, Johnny Yankoviak has been serving up his contemporary roots rock for over 20 years. Drawing comparison's to Billy Joel, Bob Dylan, and The Beatles, Johnny has been slowly but surely moving up on the scene. On 'Let It Flow' Johnny wrote, produced, sang, and recorded all the instruments in six weeks in his home studio JamnJohnny Recording. When not recording, he enjoy's reading, running, drinking coffee, and generally trying to 'let it flow'. The Washington Post calls his music 'grooving pop/rock, where you can catch a rising star.' Currently performing at a Borders in Virginia or Maryland every Friday Night.