Johnny Lee*

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Date(s) - Saturday, 09/23/2017
7:30 pm - 9:00 pm


JMT MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT presents

Helping Hurricane

Harvey Victims

JOHNNY LEE

JODY MILLER, LEON RAUSCH, AMBER DIGBY,MARCUS LEARY, RANCE NORTON, CLAUDE GRAY & FRANKIE MILLER

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In 1979, Johnny Lee‘s first screen role was in a 1979 TV Movie, The Girls in the Office, starring Barbara Eden and Susan St. James. He was then asked to perform in the film, Urban Cowboy, which starred John Travolta and Deborah Winger, and for which he also recorded several songs used in the soundtrack. “Lookin’ For Love”, from that same soundtrack, became Lee’s first Gold Record. The song spent 3 weeks at the top of the Billboard Country Music Singles Charts as #1, and #2 on the Pop Music Singles Charts.
He followed up “Lookin’ For Love” with “One In A Million”, which spent two weeks at #1. More #1 Singles during this time included – “Bet Your Heart On Me,” “The Yellow Rose (a duet with Lane Brody),” and “You Could’ve Heard a Heart Break.” His string of Top 10 hits continued with “Pickin’ Up Strangers,” “Prisoner of Hope,” “Be There for Me Baby,” “Cherokee Fiddle,” “Sounds Like Love,” “Hey Bartender” and “Rollin’ Lonely.”
During the height of his success, he appeared on talk shows, several network specials and series such as “Fantasy Island”, “CHiPS”, “The Fall Guy”, “The A-Team”, and “The Grande Ole Opry.”

Jody Miller is a multiple-Billboard charting entertainer with Grammy winning hit “Queen of the House,” which broke on a jazz station and reached #12 on Billboard Hot 100, #5 on Hot Country, and #4 on Easy Listening.

Leon Rausch is known as “the voice” of “Bob Wills and his Texas Playboys”. Rausch was lead vocalist from 1958 until the early 60s when he created his own band “The New Texas Playboys”.

“Amber D has an amazing voice! She continues to carry on with that unique style which makes her voice one of the finest female country vocalists! Her voice touches my heart and my soul.” – Ronnie Milsap, Country Music Legend

Marcus Leary developed a love for country music at a young age, among others like gospel music, from church where he enjoyed singing them.

Rance Norton has always had a love for traditional country music. “If it doesn’t have fiddle or steel guitar, it isn’t country music.” Norton has always tried to live by this mantra.

Singer/songwriter/guitarist Claude Gray stood 6’5″ and was frequently called “the Tall Texan.” During his nearly 60 years in music, he scored numerous hits, and was considered a major country star.

Frankie Miller hits on the country charts included “Blackland Farmer”, “Family Man”, “Baby Rocked Her Dolly”, and “A Little South of Memphis”.

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