John Capek is a Real Bohemian. When your music speaks to billions of people all around the world - you’re bringing some serious jam to the game. That’s what Real Bohemians do.
One of John’s smash, international hits was recorded by the great pop/rock and roll icon -
Rod is a Scot - not a Bohemian - but when it comes to hit songs - he looks for something worthy of his stratospheric talent.
That’s when you call in the Czech .
John Capek has the rhythm of his native ancestry coursing through his musical veins. This heritage, woven together with a deep resonance to African rhythms, the Blues, a little gospel and formal, classical training, have been the lifeblood of his hit - making chops. They are the underpinnings of the chart hits, multi-platinum awards and Grammy nods that overwhelm the walls of his studio.
The big artists of our time come to John for songs with staying power. That’s a Bonnie Raitt, a Joe Cocker, Cher, Diana Ross, to name only a few.
When you are that good at it - people want to hear what you have to say - and play. For all of these reasons - he is in demand as a lecturer, a teacher, a mentor, a virtuoso player and a producer.
His particular skills and insight into the art and the craft of hits have taken him around the world.
In Australia, Canada, South Africa, Jamaica, Japan, the UK, Denmark, Sweden, Germany and France, you will hear John’s songs.
Besides the accolades, audiences and awards - John has his eye on the larger scheme of things. John's message is to remind artists, students and business of the power of the iconic song to affect society. At the end of the day, don’t we all want the quality of our songs and our work, to transcend genre and time.
More than a songwriter and producer - and something more substantive than even visionary - John brings to his work - a power that pushed you to put your finger on the button - and Press It.