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Best known for their one appearance on the Batman TV series titled “Jokes Up Surfs Under”
and playing the music score on the show.
Seen in Life Magazine with Marilyn Monroe gracing the cover, August 8, 1964.
Featured band and main attraction at the World’s Fair held in New York in 1964 for the play “To Broadway with Love.”
Johnny and his Greenmen toured many countries playing for the President of the United States, King Constantine of Greece, and the Shah of Iran.
The group toured with The Rolling Stones, The Beatles, and Bob Hope in Viet Nam.
Johnny Green & The Greenmen played the Grand Military Ball for President Nixon at the Los Angeles Times Building.
In 1967, Johnny Green & The Greenmen opened in the movie “The Ballad of Billie Blue” with Eric Estrada and performed the music soundtrack.
In 1969, Johnny Green & The Greenmen left the United States to play for the Shah of Iran. Both The Greenmen and the Shah decided the group would extend their stay for another year where they were the Shah’s personal musicians. They left to play for the President of Iraq in Baghdad for six months and then on to Beirut, Lebanon, to perform at the Casino de Lebanon.
Johnny Green & The Greenmen returned to New York to work on one of Holland America’s larger ships, the U.S.S. Ro
The Green & The Greenmen performed many shows in Las Vegas.