SOUNDS

Johnny and The East Coast Rockers

Johnny and The East Coast Rockers have a distinctive sound. The CDs below are available at all venues or contact Johnny MacLeod.


Solo Acoustic

Solo Acoustic - 2013

This is Johnny's latest solo acoustic project of original songs and all instrumentation by Johnny.


Unplugged Country Blues

Unplugged Country Blues - 2012

Always wanting to record an unplugged and all acoustic project - these songs were recorded live in the studio with minimal microphones and over-dubs. Using mostly vintage instruments, all original material was created for this project.


Get Along

Get Along - 2010

This is the ninth Rockers album, and it is a sweet mix of originals and some classic and rare numbers from Roy Brown, Chuck Berry, Carl Belew and more. So roll up the rug, crank it up and have a ball. Be sure to catch the Rockers live! Check out the calendar for upcoming shows.


Alley Cat

Alley Cat - 2008

An all original groove-rich & cross-over tunes, with a variety of instrumentation. There's a song here for everyone.


Only One More Mile To Go

Only One More Mile to Go - 2007

A release of many originals and well-chosen covers. Contemporary, complex and creative. A disc that can be popped-in and cranked-up. 


Train to New Orleans

Train To New Orleans - 2005

This is a universal blast of swinging' and rockin' music that deserves a spot on your shelf (if you can get it out of your CD player, that is).


Rockin' at the Copper Top

Rockin' at the Copper Top - 2003

We have come to know what to expect from Johnny and The East Coast Rockers - toe-tappin', foot-stompin' blues and jump! Baby, we are not disappointed in the least! I don't know if it smokes or cooks (probably both), but it clearly gets the job done.


Rock That Beat

Rock That Beat - 2001

The 14 song CD has a more rock-blues feel to it, and less of the jump-blues swing that might be expected by long time fans - but swing style blues is not hard to find on this new offering - one need only look as far as the title track, one of three new originals on the disc - to find the band's trademark sound.

- The Westerly Sun, June 2001


Live and Swingin'

Live and Swingin' - 1999

This show was recorded in July 1998 at Sandy's Light House in Misquamicut, RI. It successfully captures the band at their glorious best with a nice mix of cover songs, instrumentals and original material.

- Sound Waves Magazine, Aug 1999


Rock em' Dead All Night

Rock em' Dead All Night - 1997

is a groove-rich cross-over blues/swing CD rocking back and forth between straight ahead blues and dance hall swing. This brickhouse of a disc never lets up.

- Blues Review Magazine, Jan/Feb 1997


Blues on My Side

Blues on My Side - 1995

is a self produced debut CD by Johnny and the East Coast Rockers, that captures the bands up-tempo swinging edge, yet doesn't lose sight of the ECR's deep rooted blues genesis.

- The New London Day, Nov 1995