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Johnathan Rice performed in our studios as one half of Jenny & Johnny and returned to share tracks from his solo album.

Johnathan Rice

Johnathan Rice performed in our studios as one half of Jenny & Johnny and returned to share tracks from his solo album.

from Morning Becomes Eclectic

Jenny Lewis and Johnathan Rice are a powerful couple – both musically and romantically. The talented singer songwriters have teamed up as Jenny and Johnny and we’ll be treated to some pop gems when they join Morning Becomes Eclectic as Jenny & Johnny at 11:15am.

Jenny and Johnny

Jenny Lewis and Johnathan Rice are a powerful couple – both musically and romantically. The talented singer songwriters have teamed up as Jenny and Johnny and we’ll be treated to some pop gems when they join Morning Becomes Eclectic as Jenny & Johnny at 11:15am.

from Morning Becomes Eclectic

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