John Churchill's music an be describes as a blend of zydeco, folk and blues.
While working at a car dealership he met a conga player. That meeting led to a few gigs where he met bassist Anthony Pugh. Later flutist George Cahill joined the group.
Churchill grew up with classical music. From piano lessons in kindergarten, to singing in Sunday school, to French horn a few years later. By the time college came around Churchill sang in a small choir. It wasn't until later that he picked up the guitar and took voice lessons. Gradually, he came to play the mandolin as well.
His CD is "Crows in the Hickory"