John Littlejohn featured performance in the 2010 Christmas Jazz band

This is John featured in the song "Driving that drum machine" in the Glynn Middle School 2010 Christmas concert. Go John !

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Glynn Academy Marching Band - October 25, 2014 - Sound of Gold Competition
The Glynn Academy Marching Band performed their competition show, The Lion King, in the 17th Annual Okefenokee Sound of Gold Marching Championship on Saturday, October 25, 2014 at Memorial Stadium in Waycross, GA. The band received "Superior" ratings for Drum Major, Field Percussion, Pit Percussion, Band (from all three judges) and an Overall Rating of "Superior". The band also won Best in Class AAA Awards for Drum Major, Field Percussion, Pit Percussion, and won Best Band in Class AAA. With a very strong performance, the Glynn Academy Marching Band went on to finish in 2nd place in the overall competition. This video includes: Glynn Academy Marching Band Performance - 00:11 Awards Ceremony - 08:22 Celebration - 12:21 Enjoy their outstanding performance!

John Littlejohn, C. Bell, L.Burton, W. Kent & C. Jones - Live Audio 'Bloody Tears'
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Boston Brass and The Glynn Middle School Band
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John Littlejohn What In The World You Goin' To Do (1968)
I do not own the copyright to this recording so if it needs to be removed, I will remove it. This video is for educational purposes only Composed by John Funchess John Littlejohn Funchess was born on April 16, 1931 in either Lake or Learned, MS. depending on the source. He learned how to play guitar from a man by the name of Henry Martin, a friend of his father. Littlejohn left home at the age of fifteen in 1946. He traveled far and wide playing in Jackson, MS., Arkansas, Rochester, NY. and Gary, IN. where he finally settled in 1951 so he could play in Chicago. Littlejohn didn't record until 1968. He cut a handful of 45 RPM's released on small Chicago labels such as Margaret, Terrell, T-D-S, and Weis. His first full length album was released on Arhoolie, in late 1968. Four sides for Chess the following year were not issued at the time but have sinced been issued on a double-LP compilation on that label. (title unknown). He wouldn't record another album until 1985 when "So-Called Friends" was released on Rooster Blues. John Littlejohn fell into bad health soon after recording this album, and passed away in Chicago, IL. on February 2, 1994. In 1995 the Denmark-based Storyville Records label released "Dream" that was recorded in 1976, in a live club performace. John Littlejohn Funchess:Vocals & Guitar Robert Pulliam:Tenor Sax Willie Young:Tenor Sax Monroe Jones,Jr.:Guitar Alvin Nichols:Bass Booker Sidgrave:Drums Recorded in Chicago, IL. November 14, 1968 Originally issued on the 1969 album "John Littlejohn's Chicago Blues Stars" (Arhoolie 1043) (LP) This recording taken from the 1996 4CD Box Set "New Orleans To Chicago:Mississippi Blues"