Photo courtesy of Jack Hunt

 

By Justin Criado

Pittsburgh rocker Jack Hunt of Johnny Angels and the Halos fame opened the doors to his new memorabilia store, Johnny Angels Ginchy Stuff, Friday, Aug. 8. Store hours are every day Noon-5 p.m. Appointments are available outside of store hours. For more information visit the store’s official website.

 

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Photo by Justin Criado.

Brighton Heights native Jack Hunt (left) a.k.a “Johnny Angel” of Johnny Angel and the Halos with friend and fellow rocker Mike Vale (right) of Tommy James and the Shondells at the grand opening of his new memorabilia store, Johnny Angels Ginchy Stuff, at 3623 California Ave. Friday, Aug. 8.

 

 

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Jack Hunt interacting with customers during the the grand opening of his new memorabilia store, Johnny Angels Ginchy Stuff, at 3623 California Ave. Friday, Aug. 8. Hunt accumulated his collection over 60 years in and around the rock ‘n roll and entertainment  business.

 

 

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Photo by Justin Criado.

Jack Hunt talking vinyls with customers during the the grand opening of his new memorabilia store, Johnny Angels Ginchy Stuff, at 3623 California Ave. Friday, Aug. 8.

 

 

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Jack Hunt posing beside his 1963 Chevrolet Corvair during the the grand opening of his new memorabilia store, Johnny Angels Ginchy Stuff, at 3623 California Ave. Friday, Aug. 8.

 

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A closer look of Hunt’s 1963 Chevrolet Corvair, which is all original except for the hubcaps. Hunt had the fire engine red ride out during the annual Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix in Schenley Park. Like everything else in his collection, the car is for sale.