Run Johnny Run is:

Rob Litlejohn


Former 1st Tenor with "The Fabulous Lord's" of Boston. Rob's background is rooted in R&B and branches out to Jazz, Rock & Roll, Soul and beyond.

Entertaining since 1968, Rob has performed in Clubs and Concert venues from Mexico to Las Vegas, Canada, through-out New England and many places in between and abroad.

Rob has 'Groove Chemistry' with "Run Johnny Run, having worked well with all these Seasoned Musicians, in other settings.

Dan Gioioso


Dan started out in 1965 with the Boston-based band "The Strangers". He helped pen the 45 record "What a Life" that has become a Garage band classic. It appears on two of the most popular Garage band CD's: Essential Pebbles (Vol. 1) and Teenage Shutdown (no tease), this is distributed Worldwide.

Dan then played with the Rock act "Leapin Lena" in the early 70's, playing showrooms and concert halls throughout New England. He then landed the lead guitar position with Doo Wopp Hall of Famers, "The G-Clefs" that continues to this day.

Dan has opened or backed up such artists as James Brown, Chuck Berry, The Righteous Brothers, The Temptations, Johnny Maestro, and Lou Christie. Within the last year, Dan has performed with The Tuneweavers, The Skyliners, Little Anthony, and The Flamingo's at venues such as Symphony Hall, The Hatch Shell, Scullers Jazz Club, Zeiterion Theatre and the Opera House. Along with doing the Clef's shows, hes having a blast playing with the guys in Run Johnny Run.

Joe Sinopoli

Bass Guitar

Joe has been playing bass since the mid 80's, performing in numerous clubs and venues throughout New England. He enjoys playing all styles of music from old time R&B and Classic Rock, to todays Pop and Dance hits. "

Matt Beddia


Drums and Matt go together like sausages and potatoes.

John Muise


One of Johnny's first jobs came with popular band Dario and the Rainbows in 1965 playing all those groovy rooms. Then came "New Direction" in the 80's playing showrooms and clubs throughout New England.

Then Johnny landed a position with Michael J's In Crowd, playing with The Temptations, Joey D, The Skyliners, Lou Christie, Chubby Checker to name a few. Along with Michael J's band he freelanced with another popular band "Usual Suspects" doing shows for 103 FM at City Hall Plaza opening for The Grass Roots and Brenda Lee.

Johnny feels he's come full circle playing his horn with the seasoned players of Run Johnny Run.