Johnny Emerald The IIIrd – Live In-Studio Interview & Performance on 104.9 FM’s Low Budget Morning Show

Johnny Emerald The IIIrd – Live In-Studio Interview & Performance on 104.9 FM’s Low Budget Morning Show

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Rockford, IL – Rockford’s homeless sensation, Johnny Emerald The IIIrd, performed two songs live in-studio and sat down with Jim ‘Stone’ and Terry ‘Double T’ Turren on November 25th, 2013.  The morning hosts of the Low Budget Morning Show on WXRX, 104.9 FM lured the reclusive, local, star into their radio station for a rare, live interview, along with two debut in-studio performances of the hit songs, “Orange Symbol” and “No Jobs In Rockford.”

If you’re the sort of Rockford area amateur that’s so far removed from homeless cultural happenings in your own backyard because you are an average (at best) human being (at best) who doesn’t strive to be exceptional (guaranteed) like Mr. Emerald (a local star, poet, songwriter who was discovered earlier this year and has recently completed his debut record), feel free to catch up on all of our coverage related to Mr. Emerald the IIIrd by clicking here,

Click below to listen to the 20 minute (no commercials) interview and performances of two songs on WXRX’s Low Budget Morning Show website:

LISTEN TO JOHNNY EMERALD THE IIIrd and STONE AND DOUBLE T on 104.9 FM’s Low Budget Morning Show, 11.25.2013



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