In 1959, Johnny O'Keefe claimed he had 40 suits all worth over 100 pounds each.
This is a segment of a longer recording made in 1972 for an unidentified radio station where Johnny, in brief grabs, introduces himself and gives his thoughts on various social issues.
Throughout the late 1960s and into the ’70s, Johnny O'Keefe continued to perform and release records.
This clip features a 1967 guest appearance by rock'n'roll star Johnny O'Keefe on the Channel 10 game show, Personality Squares.
Recorded at the start of 1964, this clip from episode 66 of Sing Sing Sing features hit-makers of the day Paul Wayne, Digby Richards, Johnny Devlin and Johnny O’Keefe singing excerpts
Johnny O'Keefe talks with ABC Radio's Terry Malcolm in 1977 about recording 'Shout' in the 1950s.
Johnny O’Keefe initially saw television as just another gig, but soon realised the power of the medium to reach and build a national audience.
In January 1970, 5 months after Woodstock, the small NSW town of Ourimbah hosted Australia’s first major music festival.
Sunbury’s 1973 iteration has been hailed by several pundits as the most successful of the Sunbury festivals.
The second scrapbook compiled by Johnny’s mother, Thelma covers 1962-1965.