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Johnny Lee

Johnny Lee
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At the Gene Williams Theater (formerly the Branson Hall of Fame Theatre), 2206 W Highway 76; located inside the Branson Mall.


Here's your chance to see the legendary country music singer Johnny Lee and his Urban Cowboy Band perform LIVE in Branson.


Johnny Lee performed in the film Urban Cowboy which starred John Travolta and Deborah Winger. He also recorded several songs used in the soundtrack. His 1980 single "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."


Johnny has an extra-special guest with him this time - his son, Johnny Lee II, joins the band on the drums.


Click here to visit Johnny Lee's website and his Online Jukebox to hear some of his top songs and watch a few videos. Listen to "Lookin' For Love," "Cherokee Fiddle," "Down Home Country Girl," "The Way Things Oughtta Be," "One In A Million," "Hello Texas-Live," "Down In Dallas," "13th of July," "Hey Bartender," "Prisoner of Hope," "Love, Look What You've Done-Live," "Pickin' Up Strangers" and "Yellow Rose."


Johnny's latest projects include a Christmas album called "Santa Claus Is Lookin' For Love," a cookbook called "Chef Boy 'R' Lee" and the possible release of his own food lines.


Shows are September 2 through December 20, 2008; Monday - Saturday at 8 p.m.



Revised: Thu Apr 16 14:28:35 GMT 2009