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." Possessing a voice that was smooth and natural, with a light twang that was ideal for country songs, Lee's easygoing style gave his music a personality that was relatable as he brought life to songs about love and honky tonk life. The 1980 album Lookin' for Love was his best-selling album and also one of his strongest, 1984's Workin' for a Livin' featured two Top Ten country hits ("You Could've Heard a Heart Break" and "Rollin' Lonely"), and 2002's Live at Billy Bob's Texas captured his easy rapport with an audience. John Lee Ham was born in Alta Loma, Texas on July 3, 1946, and he came of age listening to ...
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