John Bohlinger Info
John Bohlinger is a Nashville musician best know for his work in television. John lead the band for six season of NBC's hit program "Nashville Star" as well as the 2010 and 2009 CMT Music Awards, CMT Larry the Cable Guy Christmas Special, the GAC Network's "Next GAC Star", and several PBS specials including "The Outlaw Trail" and "Legends and Lyrics". The consummate Nashville sideman, John has accompanied over fifty major label artist throughout his tenure in Nashville including Bret Michaels of Poison, Sara Evans,Leann Rimes, Miranda Lambert, Tanya Tucker, Trace Adkins, Hank Williams Jr, Kenny Rogers, The Beach Boys, Randy Owen of Alabama, Justin Hayward of The Moody Blues and many others. A versatile multi instrumentalist, John has recorded master sessions on electric and acoustic guitars, bass, pedal steel and mandolin. John was recently cast asGwyneth Paltrow's base player in the her new film "Love Don't Let Me Down" staring Tim McGraw. John's music compositions and playing can be heard on several major motion pictures, major label albums and over one hundred television spots. John is a contributor and co-editor of A GUITAR AND A PEN, Stories by Country Music's Greatest Songwriter, published by Center Street, a division of Hachette Book Group. John writes a monthly column entitled "Last Call" for Premiere Guitar Magazine as well as the occasional freelance work for American Songwriter magazine.