Todd Anders Johnson
Todd Anders Johnson-Producer, Composer, Educator, Percussionist, Vocalist
Todd Anders Johnson is a professional musician and environmental activist. He has been producing music, recording and touring internationally for 20 years. Todd studied with Mbulelo Mzamane and J.R. Deep Ford at the University of Vermont and holds a BA in Regional Development from the University of Washington Geography department.
“Salem unites seemingly disparate topics: global peace and powder shots.
Salem is as much at home in Warren Miller’s film Off the Grid as it is
participating in Bono’s global ‘One Campaign.’ Blending jazz, funk, spoken
word and some Afro-Cuban beats, it makes crowds dance and think.” Katy
Niner, Jackson Hole News and Guide, March 12th, 2008
“Salem's Todd Anders Johnson reinvented his band when he moved to
Colorado a couple of years ago. His socially conscious reggae/Afro-
influenced music has found a home in the ski and snowboard industry, as its
soundtrack. After being featured on Warren Miller's Off the Grid, he and
band are touring with the athletes, playing X-Games last weekend, Copper's
Willing to teach
Advanced students only.
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