John Sebastian - Stories We Could Tell: The Very Best Of John Sebastian

John Sebastian - Stories We Could Tell: The Very Best Of John Sebastian

As the leader of The Lovin' Spoonful, John Sebastian was responsible for a string of hits including, 'Do You Believe In Magic,' and 'Summer In The City.

This speaks to me.... Johniarty and John/Sebastian xD Johniarty is more of my OTP than Johnlock honestly!

This speaks to me. Johniarty and John/Sebastian xD Johniarty is more of my OTP than Johnlock honestly! <<<< this post speaks to me on a spiritual level 🙏🏼

John Sebastian, Graham Nash, Joni Mitchell, David Crosby and Stephen Stills | Photo by Robert Altman taken in September 1969 during the Big Sur Folk Festival.

John Sebastian, Graham Nash, Joni Mitchell, David Crosby and Stephen Stills Big Sur ~ September 1969

This Jacket is the Ultimate! Photo- Woodstock 1969

greateststar: “ John Sebastian performing Darling Be Home Soon at Woodstock, August ”

Bob Dylan and John Sebastian(on back of Triumph), and the Paturel children, in the alley behind Cafe Espresso -1964

Bob Dylan and John Sebastian(on back of Triumph), and the Paturel children, in the alley behind Cafe Espresso 1964

Today 5-8 in 1976, John Sebastion hit the No 1 spot on Billboard with his theme for Welcome Back Kotter

Today in John Sebastion hit the No 1 spot on Billboard with his theme for Welcome Back Kotter

John Sebastian jumped on stage for an impromptu five-song set. Here he is in the best pants of the festival singing “younger generation” which he dedicated to a baby that was born at the festival.

Forgotten Woodstock: Never Seen Before Images of the Greatest Rock Concert of all Time!

Forgotten Woodstock: Never Seen Before Images of the Greatest Rock Concert of all Time! - Page 62 of 81 - History Hole

JOHN SEBASTIAN - WELCOME BACK

"Welcome Back" is a popular record that was the theme song of the American television sitcom Welcome Back, Kotter.

John Sebastian (Lovin' Spoonful).  You just don't see much autoharp in rock music.

We loved seeing John Sebastian playing his autoharp with The Lovin Spoonful.

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