Scott Johnson, author of Searching for Juno, will read from his book and perform music from his new album -- with audience participation.
Johnson has worn many hats on his career path. He has been a vending-machine operator, dish washer, painter, special-education bus driver and mausoleum crypt salesman. More importantly he has a master of art degree in clinical therapy from DePaul University and spent many years working in human services. He is currently the owner of Northwoods Music in Superior, a regular columnist for the Superior Telegram and radio show host of “Home Town Sounds” on WWJC radio.