v. -oled, -oling, -ols. Also
chiefly British -olled, -oling.
1. To celebrate in song.
2. To sing joyously.
--intr. 1. To sing in a joyous
If the word CAROL means
TO SING JOYOUSLY, TO CELEBRATE IN SONG,
then CAROL JOHNSON certainly lives up to her name!
For more than twenty years, this uniquely
gifted singer-songwriter has delighted, uplifted and sensitized
audiences of all ages with her wit, her warmth, her compelling
insights and her wonderfully crafted compositions. Her
songs sparkle with energy; they encourage us to be good
to each other, to ourselves, and to the earth. They celebrate
life, and with a healthy bit of humor they also challenge
the way we sometimes live it.
From CONCERTS, SCHOOLS, FESTIVALS and CHURCHES
to CONFERENCES, WORKSHOPS and RETREATS
From CLUBS, PARTIES and the GRAND OLE OPRY
to MALLS, RALLIES, and CAMPFIRE SINGALONGS
From GRANDFOLKS and KIDFOLKS
to MOST EVERYBODY IN BETWEEN
From MAINLY THE MIDWEST
to ALASKA, RUSSIA, and NORTHERN IRELAND
From PROFOUND, MEDITATIVE and VISIONARY
to EVERYDAY, SILLY, AND FUN.....
Accompanying herself on guitar, piano and banjo, and with a hearty
dose of audience participation, Carol has indeed warmed hearts
and lifted spirits of countless thousands through her delightful
recordings and personable presentations.