Frederick “Juice” Johnson

Volunteer with the Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation Center

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Bassist Frederick “Juice” Johnson suffered strokes, cancer, and then homelessness. His life turned around thanks to nonprofits, and now he’s giving back to those same organizations.

Former bass guitarist finds a new groove through volunteering

Bassist Frederick “Juice” Johnson suffered strokes, cancer, and then homelessness. His life turned around thanks to nonprofits, and now he’s giving back to those same organizations.

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