May 04, 2022

Utica musician Terry Johnson performs at Oneida Center

Local creative Utica musician Terry Johnson played on two occasions in April for the residents and staff at Oneida Center in Utica wowing with his unique style of music. Johnson is a member of a local Capital Region band called, “The Swamp Drivers” where they play instruments made out of everyday objects such as brooms, trashcans, and even cookware, like frying pans. The music is fun and full of entertainment. Back in January 2018, Johnson played on the Rachel Ray Show demonstrating his musical creativity. He played at Oneida Center on April 19 and April 29 and the residents loved it.

As seen both in WCAX-TV and WRGB CBS 6 News, Albany

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