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Big Sugar front man stays a servant to the music - Kamloops Daily News

Article by Jason Hewlett

For someone who has dedicated his life to rock and roll, the last words Big Sugar and Grady front man Gordie Johnson wanted to hear were "You might never play guitar again."

It was a lifetime of rocking catching up to me. I had to seriously consider if I was going to play anymore, said Johnson.

That lifetime of rocking left Johnson with carpal tunnel and circulatory issues in his left hand. His doctor gave him a choice: take a chance that surgery might correct the problem or give up the profession he has a passion for.

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