Definitions for "Jimmy Johnson"
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James William Johnson (born August 14, 1943 in Port Arthur, Texas) is an American football coach and broadcaster. He was the first football coach whose teams won both a NCAA Division 1A National Championship and a Super Bowl. In 1993, Johnson wrote Turning The Thing Around: My Life in Football (ghostwritten by Ed Hinton).
James Earl Johnson (born March 31, 1938 in Dallas, Texas) was an American football cornerback for the San Francisco 49ers. In 1994, he was enshrined into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. He played both offense and defense as a college football player at the UCLA.
Jimmy Johnson is a bass player who can be heard with a very wide range of artists, including Allan Holdsworth and James Taylor, as well as his own work with Flim & the BB's. Johnson has also appeared on keyboardist Derek Sherinian solo albums "Inertia" (2001) and "Blood of the Snake" (2006). He also appears on Planet X's "Moonbabies" (2002) and new Planet X release scheduled for 2007.