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What are people saying about Johnny Boots and The Johnny Boots Band?

"There are only so many places blues-rock can go, but Johnny Boots visits all of them on his latest self-released effort, “All or Nothing.” Boots — aka Fairfield resident John Giannicchi — shows his chops on guitar as he and his band blow through 9 solid originals and four classic covers, each with an azure tint. They’re fine musicians in fine form, and they’re clearly having a blast, which means there’s an excellent chance that you will too."
- Eric R. Danton, Hartford Courant

"Johnny Boots 'All Or Nothing' is a seriously well performed album with cutting edge guitar work. Johnny's lyrics bring you straight to the scene of the crime!! Well written, well played gutsy, bold and full of life. I really, really like this band and their new album 'All Or Nothing'! Stick that in your fuse box!!!"
- Sonny Rock, WRIP 97.9 FM & 97.5 FM

"Here's a guitar player/vocalist, who can write his own songs and play with the fire of a Jimi Hendrix or Stevie Ray Vaughan, a real deal "Italian Stallion," when it comes to riding the blue note into the stratosphere to entertain the heavens and the rest of us music fans here on Mother Earth!!"
Bill Nolan DJ of "Antique Blues" WPKN

"Johnny Boots Band, 'Everybody's Got to Eat' (Boot in Yur Ear) - Fairfield guitarist Johnny 'Boots' Giannicchi burns up the fretboard on a set of blues-rock originals, a funkified version of Jimi Hendrix's "Fire" and a rock-solid cover of 'Crosscut Saw' (recorded by Albert King, among others). Giannicchi plays with a thick, dirty guitar tone sure to thrill electric blues fans, and sings in a voice that fits with the blues without ever sounding forced. He swings, he shuffles and he rocks, making 'Eat' tasty indeed.
Eric R. Danton - The Hartford Courant, Hartford, CT

"I was knocked out by your new cd and sent it to Living Blues as one of my top 25 for July."
Mick Martin, Mick Martin's Blues Party WXJZ 90.9 Sacramento

"I have fallen in love with this CD...I think this CD is loaded with hits"
Beef Stew, Sunday Night Blues w/Beef Stew WCCC 106.9 Hartford - wccc.com

"This CD has it all, great playing and vocals, great arrangements,tunes and superb recording. I don't know what the budget was but it sounds like a million!"
Nikki Armstrong - "Blues in the Grooves" DJ Wednesday's Across The Tracks WFDU 89.1FM - www.wfdu.fm

"How about this band? Put your hands together for the guitar player (Johnny)!"
Buddy Guy, Silvertone Recording Artist

"Nice job out there man you sounded great"
Tab Benoit, Telarc Recording Artist, two time Blues Music Award winner and Grammy nominee

"He (Johnny) sounds really good"
G.E. Smith, Guitarist, former Saturday Night Live bandleader

"You sound real good man"
The late Johnny "Clyde" Copeland, Verve Recording Artist

"Johnny you sound great!"
Murali Coryell, Czyz Recording Artist

"That is a really good song" ("Little Lady")
Jorma Kaukonen of The Jefferson Airplane and Hot Tuna, Columbia Recording Artist

"Johnny can really play!"
Shemekia Copeland, Alligator Recording Artist

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