John 'K' Krsulja

Independent Singer/Songwriter

This is My Story

John Krsulja, or Johnny K known to friends is originally from the Sutherland Shire, and after many years of travelling around the world and Australia, Johnny K settled in the hills of gold, Nundle outside of Tamworth, Australia’s Country Music Capital.

“I took the time to travel ‘round until I found a place, a place that’s me”, says Johnny K. That place is Nundle, at The DAG Sheep Station where he and his wife Belinda with their two little girls Brooke and Jade now live.

2015 saw the release of his Debut Album, TRAVELLIN’, Produced by the late Karl Broadie, a collection of songs spanning over 20 years, including co writes with Golden Guitar Winners Luke O’Shea and Lachlan Bryan and the Award Winning Karl Broadie.

In 2017 John Krsulja & Luke O’Shea were awarded a CMAA Golden Guitar for Heritage Song Of The Year, for ‘The Old Mans Shed’, co-written and recorded by Luke O’Shea.

It’s been 5 years since my Debut Album, Travellin’, the songs within ‘Burden Of The Fool’ contain the journey faced by myself, my family, my friends & one and all, over the time in between and includes co-writes with Lachlan Bryan, Allison Forbes, Jen Mize & Brendan Nawrocki and a gift of a song, by Kelly Cork for Karl Broadie and me.

Produced & Engineered by Glen Hannah and Matt Fell
Recorded at Studio Goonga & Love Hz Studio
Mastered by Jeff McCormack

Drums & Percussion – Josh Schuberth
Bass, Guitars, Ukulele, Keyboards, Percussion, Backing Vocals – Matt Fell
Guitars, Harmonica – Pete Cornelius
Acoustic Guitar (Black To Blue) – Glen Hannah
Piano Accordion – Michael Webb
Acoustic Guitar, Vocals – John Krsulja

Photography by Andrew Pearson
Album design by Glen Perkins

“THIS…… it…….you gotta get it….good on you John”
Jodie Crosby

Golden Guitar winning singer/songwriter & radio presenter

In a world where authenticity is in short supply and the music ‘biz’ awash with fakery on all sides, John Krsulja’s debut album Travellin’ arrives as a welcome blast of honesty and integrity.

The songs are heartfelt and real, full of fine words on family and life, rendered by John in a voice that is warm and convincing.

The songs are wrapped in a suitably tasteful Karl Broadie production palette allowing the songs and the spirit to cut through the babble and white noise of modern life. They deserve to be heard.

Michael Roberts (MBE)

Producer & Musician