Comprised of 3 brothers and a friend, it's safe to say The Johner Boys have pretty much been playing music together their entire lives. Based in Saskatoon, SK, they took their talents on the road in 2011. Luc, Quinn, Matt, and Simon have since performed over 500 concerts across the Canadian prairies. The boys are following in the footsteps of their father Brad Johner, who is a staple in the canadian country music scene.
Remaining independent, they take pride in being a completely in-house band. From writing, to recording and producing it themselves, they enjoy having 100% creative control over their material which helps attain such a professional sounding production.
After releasing their debut album Stories in late 2016, the boys saw success when professional lacrosse team the Saskatchewan Rush decided to use the boys song Get Ready for the Rush as their theme song.
In October of 2018, the brothers put out their sophomore single Love in California. In Luc's words, the song "sounds like a sunset and feels like a roadtrip" with it's warm production and feel-good harmonies. Just 3 months later, the release of their holiday track Let It Snowman, Let It Reindeer was the modern classic people didn’t know they were missing.
Continuing to write, record, and tour their live show, The Johner Boys have only shown the tip of the iceberg in what is sure to be an expansive array of accomplishments in the industry.