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The John Vance Interview

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John Craig Vance Musician/ song writer Born: November 19, 1973 Birth Place: Flint, Michigan Best Known As: Southern Country Blues Singer/Songwriter John Vance grew up listening and singing traditional country, southern blues, and Motown at his childhood home in Flint, Michigan. John’s many influences include the likes of Marty Robbins, Willie Nelson, Marvin Gaye, and Stevie Ray Vaughn. John has deep southern roots from spending many summers jamming in Kentucky with family. John has always had a knack for writing and singing. John has played at many venues; Boomers, Auto City Speedway, and amateur night at the Apollo plenty more not mentioned. John has won numerous karaoke contests for his unprecedented vocal range, and takes on certain songs. John won the Blueberry Festival (Montrose, Michigan) contest for best male vocalist. John has played with many musicians Stone Cold, Maurice Davis, and Jessie Couch just to name a few. John has had many people listen to his own songs: the way you love me, water, and don’t leave. John has a voice that is undeniably unlike any others a distinct soulful southern tone. John has donated his time and music to many charitable foundations such as The American Cancer Society and The Miracle Children’s Network. John has been on the radio with Dan Richards on B95 Flint, Michigan. John will continue to bring his soulful energy to all endeavors which come his way making people feel the music.