JOHNNY MANN - AUTOGRAPHED INSCRIBED PHOTOGRAPH - HFSID 326727
Sale Price $180.00
Candid color photograph of Johnny Mann wearing a red suit and tie. Inscribed to fan. (4x6)
Inscribed photograph signed: "Hi Clint/Johnny Mann", in blue felt tip. Color, 4x6. Singer and composer and conductor Johnny Mann (1928-2014) is probably best known as leader of the Johnny Mann Singers, a vocal group that hosted its own TV show, Stand Up and Cheer, in 1971. Known for their clean-cut music and dress, the Johnny Mann Singers earned Grammies for their album Great Band With Great Voices in 1961 and their single Up-Up and Away in 1967. Mann was music director of The Joey Bishop Show, The NBC Comedy Hour, and The Alvin Show (doubling as the voice of Alvin the Chipmunk). Mann ran recording sessions for Eddie Cochran, Johnny Burnette and The Crickets. He composed "The Voice of Freedom", first released on an album of patriotic music by the Johnny Mann Singers, is now in the repertoire of the US Army Field Band. Mann is also a noted composer of radio jingles. Ink note (unknown hand) on verso. Fine condition.
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