About Johnny Prill
Johnny Prill has been called "one of the most creative songwriters of our time" (Bobby Vinton). From his hometown in Bad Axe, Michigan Johnny still possesses the same immense passion for music as he did when he first began playing at the age of eight. This zest is always apparent to anyone lucky enough to catch one of his shows. From a young
teenager volunteering to entertain the residents of a local nursing home to the many clubs
and venues he has performed at throughout the years, Johnny does everything a hundred and ten percent. In 2004, Johnny received the National Songwriter's Award from The
National Grandparents Day Council in Chula Vista, California. The award was presented in recognition of Johnny’s highly popular composition, “A Song for Grandma and Grandpa” which is now the official song of National Grandparents Day. Johnny's
song was chosen because it portrays the wonderful unique relationship between grandparents and their grandchildren. United States Senator Debbie Stabenow told Prill: You have put into words the unique relationship between grandparents and their grandchildren.