About John Lomax III

John Lomax Folk music
 
 
 John and 37 year friend Robert K. Oermann

John and 37 year friend Robert K. Oermann 

Born
August 20, 1944
Geneva, N.Y.

Education
B.A., American History, University of Texas at Austin, 1967
M.S.L.S., Library Science, University of Texas at Austin, 1970

Children
John Nova, born 1970
Amanda Margaret, born 1979

 
 
 

Musical Catalyst

 

Record Producer
CD / DVD / Vinyl Exporter
Columnist
Personal Manager
A&R Consultant
A&R Consultant
Personal Manager
Personal Manager
Personal Manager
Feature Writer, Columnist
Personal Manager
Feature Writer
Video Producer
Founder, CEO
Record Producer
Co-Founder, V-P
Personal Manager
Columnist
Country Editor
Personal Manager
Researcher
Syndicated Columnist
Nashville Editor
Correspondent
Oral Historian
Head of Publicity
Personal Manager
US Project Co-Ord.
Publicist
Disc Jockey

FOLK / John A. Lomax Jr.
Roots Music Exporters, Nashville
Country Music People (England)
Sunny Sweeney (Republic/Nashville Records)
Evangeline Records (London, England)
Demon Records (London, England)
Kimber Clayton
Dead Ringer Band (EMI Records ex. N. Am.)
Kasey Chambers (EMI Records ex. N. Am.)
Country Update (Australia)
The Cactus Brothers (Capitol Records)
MIDEM News (France)
"I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry"
SFL Discs & Tapes
Dulcimer Deluxe, Dulcimer Player
Airborne Records, Inc.
David Schnaufer (SFL Discs & Tapes)
Music Week (England)
Goldmine Magazine
Steve Earle (Epic, MCA Records)
Clayton-Webster (Syndicated Radio)
United Features, NY (Newspapers)
Country Rhythms Magazine
Variety
Country Music Foundation LibrarY
JMI Records
Townes Van Zandt (Tomato Records)
Utopia Records (RCA: NY/London/Paris)
JMI Records, Nashville
KPFT Radio (Houston)

2017
1996
2009- 
2006-2008
2000-2001
1996-2000
1996-2000
1996-2001
1998-2001
1998-
1991-1996
1992-1993
1990
1989-
1988-1989
1987-1989
1986-1994
1985-1986
1983-1986
1983-1985
1982-1985
1981-1983
1981-1985
1981-1983
1979-1980
1978-1979
1976-1978
1974-1975
1973-1974
1972-1973

 
 

Books

 

Red Desert Sky (Allen and Unwin, Sydney, NSW, Australia)
The Country Music Book (with others, Scribner's, NY, NY)
Nashville; Music City USA (Harry N. Abrams Inc., NY, NY)
For the Sake of the Song (Townes Van Zandt, Wings Press, TX)

2001
1986
1985
1978

 
 

Other Credits

 

Winner: CMA Jo Walker-Meador International Award
Primary consultant, "Jill's Veranda," 5 part Swedish TV program
Nashville Representative: Pacific Circle Music Convention
Numerous articles for publications in the U.S., Europe, Japan & Australia
Road Manager for 6 European tours; attended MIDEM 11 times, 8 Australian trips
Considerable additional experience in publicity, booking and tour press
BMI publisher (3 Minute Movie Music)
Talent Co-Ordinator for feature film, Heartworn Highways
Nashville liasion for Artifex Productions (two 6 hour films for English TV)
Member: NARAS, CMA, ACM, AMA, Sister Cities of Nashville (Board)
Leadership Music Class of 1998

2010
2014
1998-2000