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Darren Johnson 

Darren Johnson thinks of himself as an ordinary guy but this ordinary guy has extraordinary talent. Whether he is playing solo with just a guitar, or with his trio, Darren has quickly gained the attention of audiences throughout the Pacific NW.

Raised in Salem, Oregon, Darren started singing as a young boy, but it was where song and strings came together that he found his voice. A self taught guitarist in college, he quickly found that his relationship with music became a driving force in his life. At 18, Johnson took home the first place award at the Oregon State Fair talent competition. During college at UPS, while completing a degree in Psychology, he made regular appearances at local coffee houses and nightclubs. While living in Africa in 2001, his passion for song writing gave Johnson an outlet for bringing to life the many feelings and insights inspired by his travels

The summer of 2005 marked Johnson’s return to the Tigard Festival of Balloons as well as a first appearance at Fort Vancouver’s 4th of July celebration, in addition to many festivals, fairs and concert series throughout the Pacific NW.