Johnny Whitney

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Johnny Whitney
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Whitney with Jaguar Love (2008)
Background information
Born (1981-06-28) June 28, 1981 (age 33)
Origin Seattle, Washington, United States
Genres post-hardcore, art punk, electronic
Associated acts The Vogue, Soiled Doves, The Blood Brothers, Neon Blonde, Jaguar Love, DJ Johnny Whitney, Felix Cartal

Johnny Whitney (born June 28, 1981) is a singer, author and multi-instrumentalist from Seattle.

He is probably most well known for his vocals and keyboarding alongside Jordan Blilie in the post-hardcore band, The Blood Brothers. He is also the vocalist of Jaguar Love. Johnny has also provided vocals for The Vogue, Glowbug, Soiled Doves, and Neon Blonde.

Johnny has gone on to remix songs from Jaguar Love, as well as songs by other artists: "Positive Tension" by Bloc Party, Maps by Yeah Yeah Yeahs and a clash of "Heartbeats" by The Knife with The Notorious B.I.G.'s "Juicy", and is featured on Daryl Palumbo's Remix of Cage's song "Shoot Frank".[1] Some of his remixes can be found on his "DJ Johnny Whitney" MySpace page.

In 2010, Johnny provided vocals for Felix Cartal's track "Volcano", featured on the album "Popular Music".

He runs a clothing company called Crystal City Clothing along with his wife Amy Carlsen [1].

On the 21st July, 2010, Johnny released volume 1 of his acoustic mixtapes through Crystal City clothing:

On October 1, 2010 Johnny released the short story "The Mermaid and the Actor" through www.crystalcityclothing.com

In 2011 Whitney collaborated with Belgium electro-pop group Arsenal (band) on their album Lokemo. He joined them on several live gigs in Belgium. They headlined the Rock Werchter festival.

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