Fahan Presbyterian Church

Jesus is Lord - Romans 10: 9

Stevie Johnston, Singer

Stevie sang at a concert in Fahan Presbyterian Church. Also taking part that evening was local world-class Irish Dancer, Michelle Bradley and Canadian singer-songwriter Eric Angus Whyte. It was a well supported and much enjoyed evening.

Stevie Johnston at Fahan
Stevie on stage at Fahan Presbyterian Church Hall. Stevie is a beautiful singer, a talented musician and a lovely person.

A time to weep  a time to .....
A banner at the concert
'A time to weep, a time to laugh, a time to mourn and a time to dance' from the Bible at Ecclesiastes 3:4.

Below is an extract from Stevies WEB site:

Stevie Johnston is a musician/singer/songwriter from Ballyclare, Northern Ireland, and is an experienced session guitarist both in the studio and in live performance, having played for a variety of artists in Northern Ireland and USA.

Stevie’s music is a blend of West Coast harmonies and Southern Rock, influenced by a broad range of artists such as The Eagles, Fleetwood Mac, Led Zeppelin, ZZ Top, and Stevie Wonder.

In 2009, Stevie released his debut EP, Radio America, which received widespread radioplay locally and internationally on stations such as BBC Radio Ulster, BBC Radio Scotland, Cool FM, Downtown Radio, CMR Nashville and UCLA Radio. Stevie has also appeared on a variety of radio shows for interviews and live performances, including the Gerry Anderson Show on Radio Ulster, and on the Candy Devine Show on Downtown Radio.

Stevie has performed in a variety of venues around Belfast and in USA, and was included in the lineup for the 2011 Belfast Nashville Songwriters Festival.

In late 2011 Stevie released a new 6 track album, Between the Lines, which includes the driving country-rock ‘Free rider’, and the funk-rock ‘New york city’. Between the Lines and Radio America are available to download from iTunes and Amazon.