John Reynolds aka Jukebox Johnny R.I.P. 1948 – 2017.

Juke BoxJohnny WM.Hi all, I just wanted to let you all know that sadly John Reynolds passed away on Wednesday. John who was well known around Hamilton and in his younger years he played football and was a football agent. Later in life, he cleaned windows and was a pioneer of the music singing contests where he appeared on Michael Barrymore’s ‘My Kind of People’.

John was a karaoke singer and he sang I a lot of pubs & clubs around Hamilton & Lanarkshire. In his recent years, he has been in a home with Alzheimer’s.

Our thoughts are with John’s family at this time and I am sure that you will all agree that we have lost another Hamilton legend who will ever be in our thoughts for years to come. John’s family will let us know in due course where & when his funeral will be held.

John Reynolds 1948 – 2017.

3 thoughts on “John Reynolds aka Jukebox Johnny R.I.P. 1948 – 2017.”

  1. Sad too hear the sad news about jukebox I played football against him when I was 16 and he was much older a great character and always full of good advice rest in peace old friend💔💔💔

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  2. Is that the same John Reynolds who lived in Hillhouse, has an older brother called Archie, and played junior football with East Kilbride Thistle? I knew him very well, he was a great guy. RIP John.

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  3. So very sorry to hear this only just came across this article. He was indeed larger than life and an absolute character. Lost touch with him years back and always wondered what had happened to him as I never heard anything of him. The loss of a truly big hearted guy with an incredible zest for life. Love and light to his family, friends and fans.

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