Tommy James visits WNNJ


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  • Singer Tommy James performs his song DragginþÄô the Line.




  • James and his accompanist Jonathon Ash begin the March 16 mini concert at WNNJ Radio.




Pop star singer Tommy James performed a mini concert, live radio broadcast and meet and greet on Thursday, March 16, at the Franklin Sussex Auto Mall Performance Studio housed within local radio station WNNJ. To the delight of the audience, James sang popular hits like Crystal Blue Persuasion, Draggin’ the Line and Hanky Panky.

The personable singer spoke humorously about his bookings on the Ed Sullivan show and his opening for Hubert Humphrey’s political rallies and more recently his newly authored book Me, the Mob and the Music as well as his upcoming movie of the same title.

— Photos by Janet Redyke



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