The Johnston Brothers. Profilo: Johnny Johnston, Alan Dean, and Denny Vaughan. All male singing trio formed in 1949. Membri: Johnny Johnston. Varianti: Stai visualizzando tutto The Johnston Brothers. The Johnston Brothers And The Johnny Douglas Band - Everybody Sing With The Johnston Brothers (7"). The Johnston Brothers And George Chisholme - Join In And Sing Again.
Charles Thomas Johnston (born August 15, 1948) is an American musician. He is a guitarist and vocalist, known principally as a founder, guitarist, lead vocalist and songwriter for the rock group The Doobie Brothers, as well as for his own solo career. He has played off-and-on with The Doobie Brothers for more than 40 years, in several styles.
The Johnston Brothers Band, Jacksonville, Florida. Blues musicians in Jacksonville trying to spread the good word. The Johnston Brothers Band. 12 June 2016 ·. Good morning friends. The Johnston Brothers Band is going to be on the Sounds Good! Radio Show today at 2 and 6 Eastern time.
Join in and Sing No. 3 Medley. The Johnston Brothers. View full artist profile.
Johnny Douglas (19 June 1920 – 20 April 2003) was an English composer, musical director and string arranger, perhaps best known for his work in the easy listening genre. He recorded over 500 tracks for DECCA and over 80 albums for RCA, and wrote the soundtrack to the 1971 film The Railway Children, plus 37 other feature films.
Album · 1955 · 4 Songs. The Johnston Brothers & Johnny Douglas and His Orchestra.
The group was formed by Johnny Johnston (born John Harold Johnston, 10 July 1919 - 10 June 1998, London). He had formed a music publishing company, Michael Reine Music, in London in 1946, and was used by the BBC Light Programme radio channel as a singer and arranger. His first big success was to write and perform, with his vocal quartet The Keynotes, the theme to the successful comedy series Take It From Here in 1948. The Johnston Brothers had a number of smaller follow-up hits in the UK, including the medley "Join In And Sing Again" (1955) and "Heart" (1957), and also recorded with Joan Regan. They provided backing for theBritish vocalist, Suzi Miller, on their UK joint hit, "Happy Days and Lonely Nights" in 1955.
|Join In And Sing - Side 1|
|A2||You Were Meant For Me|
|A3||I Can't Give You Anything But Love|
|Join In And Sing - Side 2|
|B1||If You Knew Susie|
|B2||Ain't She Sweet|
|B3||Toot, Toot, Tootsie|
|45-F 10414||The Johnston Brothers||Join In And Sing (7", Single)||Decca||45-F 10414||UK||1954|