The imperative mood!

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Mad-ox

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Is the following sentence correct grammatically?

'Sing to us, Mr. John!' shouted someone from the crowd.



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[The event took place at a concert. Mr. John had such a nice voice that when he finished his show someone from the crowd shouted the sentence above.]
 

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Is John his first name or family name?
 

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But both are possible, Mr. Frodo.
 

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When I worked in Oman, the students were required to address us as 'Mr John/Ms Marie/Dr Andrea'. I didn't like it, but that was the rule.
 
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