Johnny began singing, playing drums, and playing piano in his father's church, at the age of three. A true prodigy by the age of seven, he even played the tuba for his elementary school band. By the time Johnny was twelve years old he was performing professionally throughout the Delaware Valley with his four brothers.
Johnny traveled the world performing with R&B legends Al Green and Patti LaBelle for over fourteen years. In 2002 he was featured in the Grammy Award-Winning Film, "Standing in the Shadows of Motown," about Motown's prodigious studio band–the Funk Brothers. Johnny toured the world with the Funk Brothers until 2004 when he left to assume the role of lead singer with MFSB. Johnny has appeared on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno, and has a cameo role in the first-run movie, "A Soldier's Story."
Johnny Ingram Drumstick Collection
Current Drumstick Count in Collection: 2.