Johnny did some pretty interesting work in his pre-"Urban Cowboy" years, and he proved so by covering this Elton John hit on his 1977 "He-e-e-ere's Johnny" album. I'm sure I probably garbled that title!
Johnny Lee (singer), John Lee Ham born July 3, 1946, known professionally as Johnny Lee, is an American country music singer His 1980 single Lookin' for Love became.
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Johnny Lee (born John Lee Ham; July 3, 1946) is an American country music singer. His 1980 single "Lookin' for Love" became a crossover hit, spending three weeks at number 1 on the Billboard country singles chart while also appearing in the Top 5 on the Billboard Pop chart and Top 10 on Billboard's Adult Contemporary chart. He racked up a total of 17 top 40 country hits in the early and mid-1980s.
Johnny Lee (Artist) Format: Vinyl.
Album "New Directions" (1989) by JOHNNY LEE song lyrics including "You Can't Fly Like An Eagle", "I Can Be A Heartbreaker, Too", "Cross My Heart", "Maybe I Won't Love You Anymore", "The Anniversary Song", "Heart To Heart Talk", "Treat Her Like A Lady", "I'm Not Over You", "By-Pass Row", "Anni".
Vocals, Keys and Guitar. The Band Johnny Lee added 12 new photos to the album Johnny Lee. 17 December 2018 ·. Johnny Lee. 12 photos.
Billing himself as Johnny Lee, Ham went from fan to performer in high school, when he and his friends formed a band called the Road Runners. The Road Runners' local success came to a halt when Lee joined the Navy and served in Southeast Asia as America's involvement in Vietnam grew. However, Lee and Tilton split up in 1984, and a year later, Lee recorded his last album for WEA, 1985's Workin' for a Livin'; after 1989's New Directions, a one-off release for Curb, Lee's days with the major labels were done, with the album's highest charting single, "I Can Be a Heartbreaker Too," peaking at a.
Johnny Lee, Category: Artist, Albums: Lookin' for Love: The Collection, The Headliners Are, 22 Country Hits, Country Party, Country Party, Singles: Looking for Love (Re-Recorded), Hooks, Lookin' For Love, Blueberry Hill, Biography: Texas-born country singer Johnny Lee spent years as a journeyman performer, playing Lone Star honky tonks and recording for various labels, before finally breaking through as a major crossover star with the 1980 hit "Lookin' for Love. Billing himself as Johnny Lee, Ham went from fan to performer in high school, when he and his friends formed a band called the Road Runners.
Featured New Releases.
|1||You Can't Fly Like an Eagle Tommy Dennis / Chris Gantry / Barry King / Tony Vincent||Johnny Lee||3:48|
|2||I Can Be a Heartbreaker Too Tommy Johnson / Lee Satterfield||Johnny Lee||3:53|
|3||Cross My Heart Greg Guidry||Johnny Lee||3:45|
|4||Maybe I Won't Love You Anymore Barbara Hart / Buzz Hart||Johnny Lee||2:38|
|5||The Anniversary Song Saul Chaplin / Al Jolson||Johnny Lee||2:44|
|6||Heart to Heart Talk Lee Ross||Johnny Lee||2:25|
|7||Treat Her Like a Lady Eddie Cornelius||Johnny Lee||2:28|
|8||I'm Not Over You Sam Neely||Johnny Lee||3:17|
|9||By-Pass Row Tommy Johnson||Johnny Lee||3:25|
|10||Anni Johnny Lee||Johnny Lee||2:22|
Credits:Saul Chaplin - Composer
Mike Chapman - Guitar (Bass)
Eddie Cornelius - Composer
Mike Daniel - Engineer, Producer
Tommy Dennis - Composer
Jimmy English - Guitar (Electric)
Peter Figen - Photography
Chris Gantry - Composer
Greg Guidry - Composer
Rob Hajacos - Fiddle
Barbara Hart - Composer
Buzz Hart - Composer
Tommy Johnson - Composer
Al Jolson - Composer
Barry King - Composer
Denny Knight - Assistant Engineer
Johnny Lee - Composer, Primary Artist, Producer, Vocals (Background)
Mick Lloyd - Producer
Kim Morrison - Vocals (Background)
Sam Neely - Composer
Jennifer O'Brien - Vocals (Background)
Benny Quinn - Mastering
Lee Ross - Composer
Lee Satterfield - Composer
Michael Severs - Guitar (Electric), Guitar (Rhythm)
Pat Severs - Dobro, Guitar (Rhythm), Guitar (Steel)
Jay Vern - Keyboards, Synthesizer
Tony Vincent - Composer
Lonnie Wilson - Drums, Percussion, Vocals (Background)