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In Loving Memory of Diva Dad...Jerry Johnson.  He is the reason why I have such a love of music, and was the best supporter of my dreams.  On his 72nd Birthday, November 27, 2014 he lost his 18 month battle to cancer, but he was still performing with the Johnson Family Band a few months prior.  He was a pillar of strength, generosity, caring, and taught us about the importance of family and to work hard for what you want.  Because of him, I do what I do, and I love every minute of it
 







Also in Loving Memory of Diva Mom...
Cathy Johnson, my biggest fan, lost her short  battle against esophageal cancer July 15, 2016.  To say it was a shock to lose this wonderful lady, who always supported my dreams, is an understatement.  She taught my sisters and I how to look adversary in the eye, and move on with your  head held high and a smile on your face.  Always saying, "It could be worse!" and "It is what it is!"  She had the fight of a bulldog with the patience of a Saint.  She was very proud of her 100% Irish Heritage, and her close family.  She will forever leave a void in mine and my family's hearts.  Now, she and Dad are cruising in their dream car around the clouds, singing, dancing, and laughing.
Thank you Mom & Dad.  Love and Miss you...
IN Memory OF THE ORIGINAL "DIVA"
 
 
 









Kimberley Rene Cowley was the first Diva, creating Midnight Divas, and later selling it to me, her best friend of 18+ years.  I have many great memories DJing with Kim back when we would drive 2 hours, play 4 hours for $100 and free beer.  I've come a long way since those days, and I know it made Kim very proud to see how far I've taken this business.  Not a day goes by that I don't miss her.
10/26/74-05/18/08
"Life's too short to dance with ugly men!"

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