Hey Johnny how you doing man? I want to get some extensive research and reflect back on our last conversation about your dad the late Johnny Bristol. First I want to say what do you think about us coming out with a story for your father and pursuing it to the big screen. When we look at this would you say your father was a legend. How often do you listen to his music?
Johnny Jr. said that back when my dad was a kid he had a group. He played the piano. He played the drums. My sister Karla is musical and sister Shanna. I myself write music. I wrote when your love is gone. I know he sung in talent shows but you can talk to my mother about that. Also talk to Aunt Noodie and Uncle Calvin.
Dad was a strict person. He had a great sense of integrity. He was always there with us and his children. He would rather not be famous if he could not be with his family and do his music all at the same time. He made us apart of everything that he done. He always came and got us. I mean we would always be with him for everything, springbreak, Thanksgiving, Christmas.
My father had 2 brothers and 1 is alive. His older brother died. He know his dad was awesome. He was the nicest guy. He had dinner with us and everything. This guy said something like he was doing a tribute to hat windows to put in his house. This guy looked at the picture and was like no way your Johnny Jr.
This guy brought Johnny that he took with his dad backstage and it was 5 months before he died and he was telling you how much his dad meant to you. His fondest moments were when he went to Jamaica and with Soul Train traveling to Europe.