Guitar hero Johnnie Jackson has gone viral this week by using the theme of the UK's current lockdown to give some classic songs a twist.
The Addicks’ Assistant Manager has raised more than £2,700 for Children With Cancer UK with most of those donations pouring in following the release of his first song ‘That’s Isolation’ over the weekend.
The singer/songwriter clearly has some musical talent and has impressed Lee Bowyer. The Charlton Manager said: “I’ve seen a few of his songs. He’s good. It’s something that he’s hidden. I don’t know how it’s got out there but he kept them within our group. He’s very good and he’s self-taught, no lessons."
Bowyer added that he won’t be joining Jackson for a duet. He said with a smile: “He obviously has too much time on his hands! I’ll never join him, social-distancing is my excuse. If I sung, no-one would listen to any of them. I’m a horrendous singer.”
Watch Jackson's other songs below.
Interview transcription by Nicks Emms