John Elliot and the Band of Supervisors
John Elliott is inspired equally by Bruce Springsteen and Eminem; Bob Dylan and Guns N’ Roses; Tom Petty and Queen. Born in Minnesota, John made his home in California and has been releasing albums and performing in every type of venue you can imagine for twenty years. John remains an independent artist and he is proud of that fact. He has performed in every state of the union except Hawaii and across Europe. His songs have been heard on Grey’s Anatomy, One Tree Hill, and Californication. He has been featured in PASTE Magazine, NPR, Grammy.com, and Neil Young’s “Living With War” website. He releases a monthly podcast called Audiodes and really loves to ride his bike. He continues to make a living and build a dedicated following the old fashioned way: one new believer at a time. The Band of Supervisors is a new band of musicians from the Bay Area and beyond, representing multiple California counties and jurisdictions. It is an evolving Americana-Rock-Folk-Joy-Jam band that plays original music from John's many albums of almost hits and near misses.