PHOTOS:
Main Group Photo
View Of Billboard
Group Photo #2
Group Photo #3
Group Photo #4
Group Photo #5
Group Photo #6
Group Photo #7
Group Photo #8
Willie Bryant/Bill Johnson

APPEARANCES:
Frolic Show Bar-Detroit
Baby Grand Cafe-NYC
Club Astoria-Baltimore
Bengasi-Washington DC
City Auditorium-Atlanta
Mercurs
Ciros Restaurant
Emerson's Rainbow Room-Philadelphia
Emerson's Rainbow Room-Philadelphia #2
Emerson's Rainbow Room-Philadelphia #3
New Bali Restaurant-Washington DC
Club Downbeat-New York City
Ebony Lounge-Cleveland
Marlin Hotel-New Jersey
Howard Theater-Washington DC
Club 53 Restaurant

RECORD ADS:
Chickasaw Limited Ad
Half A Love Ad
Pretty Eyed Baby Ad
Let's Be Sweethearts Again Ad
That Night We Said Goodbye Ad

DISCOGRAPHY (1946-1954):
(Click on each underlined link to see label & listen to realaudio)

Alert 202 (Circa 1946)
As by "Bill Johnson And Orchestra"
If I Was A Itty Bitty Girl, Part 1
If I Was A Itty Bitty Girl, Part 2

Harlem 1011 (March 1947)
Don't You Think I Oughta Know
Stuff In D Flat

RCA Victor 20-2225 (March 1947)
Don't You Think I Oughta Know
Shorty's Got To Go

RCA Victor 20-2235 (April 1947)
You Didn't Have To Say I Love You
Pretty Eyed Baby

Queen 4171 (June 1947)
Don't You Think I Oughta Know
[Flip is by Tubby “Tab” Smith]

King 4171
Don't You Think I Ought To Know
[Flip is by Tab “Tubby” Smith]

RCA Victor 20-2298 (June 1947)
That Night We Said Goodbye
Sharkies' Boogie

RCA Victor 20-2362 (July 1947)
Half A Love
Leave It To Fate, Gate

RCA Victor 20-2427 (September 1947)
For Once In Your Life
My Little Redhead

RCA Victor 20-2498 (October 1947)
You're The Dream Of A Lifetime
Chickasaw Limited

RCA Victor 20-2591 (November 1947)
Let's Be Sweethearts Again
Mama, Mama, Mama

RCA Victor 20-2618 (December 1947)
So Tired
I Learned To Cry

RCA Victor 20-2749 (March 1948)
All Dressed Up With A Broken Heart
My Baby Likes To Be-Bop

RCA Victor 20-3108 (September 1948)
Elevator Boogie
My Baby's Giving Me The Brush

RCA Victor 20-3037 (November 1948)
Believe Me, Beloved
Say Something Nice About Me

King 4286 (March 1949)
How Would You Know
Roselle

King 4338 (December 1949)
I Love You More Each Day
What Can I Do?

Regal 3318 (March 1951)
I'd Give The World To Know How I Stand With You
Mad Money Blues

Tru-Blue 414 (ca. May 1954)
When Your Hair Has Turned To Silver
Let's Walk

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ARTICLE:
Click HERE for an article about Bill Johnson And His Musical Notes by Marv Goldberg (will open in separate window).

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Last Revised: 5/17/06

This site is non-commercial. All information displayed is provided to further the general public's knowledge of RnB vocal group harmony. Special thanks to Gus Gordon for the "photos/appearances/record ads" images. Thanks to Paul Ressler for the main group photo and to Marv Goldberg for his article. Thanks to Dave Saviet for the audio restoration. Also, thanks to Ferdie Gonzalez for the record release dates.