Johnny Tillotson

Johnny Tillotson and Gary Puckett backstage at the PBS filming of American Soundtrack: Rock at 50 in Pittsburgh

Memories are made of this

John Pechickjian and Johnny Tillotson on stage in England during their last tour together, November 2000

Johnny Russell and Johnny Tillotson backstage at The Grand Ole Opry. They were great friends.! Johnny Russell passed away 2001 many years too soon!

Johnny was lucky enough to have the opportunity to spend time with Ray in his Studio

Johnny Tillotson and Ray Charles (Lost too soon, God Rest His Soul 1930-2004)

Johnny Tillotson and Dion during Show at Blaisdell Center in Honolulu Hawaii. Also on the show Bobby Vee, The Diamonds, and The Crystals

Johnny Tillotson and one of the great innovators of Rock n Roll . Jerry Lee Lewis "Great Balls Of Fire"

Johnny Tillotson with Charlie Walker and Johnny Cash at Owen Bradley’s Studio in Nashville

John Pechickjian - Johnny’s Musical Director and dear friend for 26 years.   1951-2000

Michael Lloyd, Tommy Roe, Johnny Tillotson, Brian

Hyland while recording a song for Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer the Movie

Johnny Tillotson and Jackie DeShannon at the Cinnamon Cinder in California early 1960’s

Gary Greene (Concert Master), Johnny Tillotson, Dr. Katz, Mary Ann Mobley, Wink Martindale, backstage at the Tribute to Pat and 68 years of Conducting the Jr. Philharmonic for Dr. Katz

Johnny Tillotson and Gene Pitney July 1963

Johnny Tillotson and Lenny Welch hanging out in Los Angeles

Archie Bleyer owner of Cadence Records and a great Record Producer ,with Johnny Tillotson after the release of Johnny’s first album

Johnny and Nancy late 1990’s during a Music Video Shoot

That’s Johnny in the third picture behind Elvis at the age of 15 in Jacksonville Florida at the Jacksonville Theater

Johnny Tillotson with Roy Rogers and The Sons of the Pioneers, Landmark Hotel in Las Vegas


In loving memory of Jim Wagner .He is gone to soon from our world. Jim was my manager of 40 years and he was simply the greatest guy! Such a loss cannot be measured, not even by our grief.        1941—2010