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Why "Johnny and the Lawmen"?

John and the Lawmen
Johnny and the Lawmen was a spin on a band named Johnny and the Moondogs, formerly the Quarrymen, then the Silver Beatles and finally known as The Beatles. The members of Johnny and the Moondogs, pictured above, were Pete Best, George Harrison, John Lennon, Paul McCartney and Stuart Sutcliffe. The "Lawmen" part comes from Johnny's early plans to become a lawyer.
John and the Lawmen
Johnny and the Lawmen
Talbot Trail, Leamington, ON, Canada - 1988
Paul, Johnny, Clint and Tony
Johnny and the Lawmen
Talbot Trail, Leamington, ON, Canada - 1988
Tony, Paul, Johnny and Clint

Smokin In The Boys Room - Lions Head (Windsor, ON) - Saturday, November 30, 2013
Special Guest Star Appearance by Clint McLaughlin on Drums
The lost recordings of Johnny and the Lawmen (Original Studio Tracks from first recording session in 1986, Essex, Ontario, Canada

Infamous Intro


Brown Eyed Girl


Takin' Care of Business


Slow Down


Roll Over Beethoven


Memphis


Johnny B. Goode


Jail House Rock


Give Me 3 Steps


Wipeout


 
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