About Me & My Company

recordingstudio2Johnny Vieira of J. O.T.S Records and J.V.M is an independent A&R executive who is also an active Songwriter / Producer. In addition to that Johnny still spends a good portion of his time developing and Managing artists. He started at a very early age developing his chops in the San Francisco Bay Area and after college moved to Los Angeles to start J.O.T.S Productions. Its was then that he discovered Vanessa Hudgens in 2004 and launched her as an artist / actress using The High School Musical as a vehicle to make her the success that she still is today. Johnny was the executive producer along with Hollywood records on all Vanessa’s solo albums, which has since gone Gold. Johnny continued to launch several other teen artists including Janelle Parrish (Pretty Little Liars),Cierra Ramirez and signed 3 of the 5 girls that make up 5thHarmony. He was instrumental in guiding these and other careers through the treacherous waters that is the entertainment business. He has continued developing and producing other artists like Rachel Page who he got signed to Interscope records, Carissa Rae who was signed to Republic Universal, Colby Odonis who was signed to Interscope records and several other artists/ bands including Bre Kennedy who he recently signed to Kobalt Music in Nashville.

Johnny Vieira is currently signed to BMG music and has a Joint Venture partnership to bring BMG artists, writers and other opportunities to them that he feels would be a good fit.

Currently Johnny is producing and developing the Pop Rock Band FourEver and also producing singer songwriter Jarrod Allen, Chris Wise and has in hand in several other ventures.

Selena Gomez Says She Has New Music, But Doesn’t ‘Know Where It’s Gonna Go’

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Selena Gomez said her new music is “intentional, refreshing and moody” but she still doesn’t really know in which direction her album is going.

Speaking with Carson Daly on 97.1 AMP Radio Thursday (June 8), the “Bad Liar” singer said, “I’ve been in the studio for a year. So I can technically say I have an album, but I don’t know where I want to go with it because of how different everything sounds.”

She continued, “I’m not just saying that because I feel like, ‘Oh, that’s exciting!’ Every song I’m setting up to be a single is just completely separate from each other and I love that. So, I don’t know where it’s gonna go, but I can say I have an album because it’s a lot of music.