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Album Review

This sophomore effort from Carolyn Dawn Johnson is more of a tribute to her unsullied songwriting ability than to her vocal ability. The sassy Canadian co-wrote 11 of the 12 middle-of-the-road tracks and mostly what you'll hear in the first half of the album are fun and playful songs that don't demonstrate the vocal talent Johnson is known to have. Dress Rehearsal lacks the enthusiasm 2001's Room With a View so unashamedly articulated. The second half of the album seems to be ballad heavy, with a reserved Johnson sounding a little gray. Unfortunately, Dress Rehearsal is not an overly impressive second attempt and leaves you wanting more from the amiable Johnson.


Born: 30 April 1971 in Canada

Genre: Country

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

When Carolyn Dawn Johnson was only five years old, she started to play the piano. In high school she added the clarinet, flute, and saxophone, then later the mandolin and even the guitar. She practiced her singing at church, doing hymns with her family. When Johnson hit her teens, she began writing songs and dreaming about a professional career in music. In 1995, young Johnson moved to Nashville, TN, to pursue her musical ambitions. She found simple work as a bartender and waitress to support herself...
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