Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) September 27, 2013
Olrick Johnson, Jr., former NFL linebacker with the New England Patriots, Minnesota Vikings and NY Jets, is a multi-talented singer/songwriter/pianist from Miami, Florida. He has worked, written and produced for Tweet, Mario Winans, and Tony Terry. His first album, “Bless My Soul,” has sold in stores throughout Florida, Georgia and Philadelphia. Additionally, the hit single, "Your Love Has Always Carried Me," was in heavy rotation on Hot 105 FM and 99 Jamz (Cox Radio) in Miami, and he is currently working on his second CD.
He went to AMTC to sing and act and was surprised at how well he did in modeling! He won Overall Finalist for Male Mature Models. He was also the winner in the Adult Singer category as well as the finalist in the Male Adult Actor category.
About the song, Locker Room, he says, “it’s reality for husbands or athletes. It can happen to you in the locker room, at the job, wherever you are. That’s the flesh. You find yourself in a compromising situation.” He went on to say that it’s important to stay true.
Olrick’s talents have been noticed in theatre, as he has starred in a variety of plays and musicals. During his latest performance, he starred in the hit musical dramedy, “How Did We Get Here.” Olrick helped produce the score for the musical, and songs from his album, “Bless My Soul,” were used as part of the show that entertained sold out audiences across South Florida.
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