Artists Johnny Favourite The Tonight Album Yeh Yeh (Boomtang Boys remix). Yeh Yeh (Boomtang Boys remix) Johnny Favourite. Unknown Submit Tempo. Top Songs Johnny Favourite.
The song 'Cry Me A River' by Johnny Favourite has a tempo of 180 beats per minute (BPM) on 'Troubadour'. Artists Johnny Favourite Troubadour Cry Me a River. Cry Me a River Johnny Favourite.
In 2011, Johnny Favourite, the vocalist and bandleader of Canada’s once most popular swing orchestra, had reached a turning point in his career. A year after releasing his aptly named Troubadour album on the Sony label, he had indeed become a wandering, seafaring minstrel, playing six shows a day, seven days a week, aboard cruise ships
Tonight is the sixteenth studio album by English musician David Bowie, released on 29 September 1984 by EMI America Records. It followed his most commercially successful album Let's Dance. He described the album, released immediately after his previous album's tour wrapped up, as an effort to "keep my hand in, so to speak," and to retain the new audience that he had recently acquired.
Tonight is the sixth album by FM, a progressive rock group from Toronto, Ontario, Canada, released on Duke Street Records in 1987. It was their last studio album for 28 years. Further albums of live and demo material were issued between this period. Two members of this version of the group did not appear on any other FM albums: Simon Brierley (ex Lee Aaron's band and Strange Advance) on guitars, and Greg Critchley (ex Portland Bros. and The Spoons) on drums, the latter replacing Martin Deller.
Good Rocking Tonight is a compilation album by the blues musician Roy Brown. Released by Route 66 Records in 1978 in mono as KIX-6, and is a follow-up to an earlier release titled Laughing But Crying (KIX-2). This album's subtitle is "Legendary Recordings, Vol 2 (1947–1954)". The cover features a portrait of Roy Brown, courtesy of Roy Brown, taken in 1950
Johnny Favourite Swing Orchestra. Johnny Favourite Swing Orchestra. Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada Other band members included Wes Mackey J. Colin Hudson, Pete Johnston, Matt Myer, Craig Sheppard, "Hound Dog" Dave Fitzgerald, Eric Landry, David Christensen, Dawn Hatfield and Andrew Killawee. They won an East Coast Music Award for Best Jazz Group in 1998, and signed to Universal Records that year.
Johnny Favourite - All of Me. Johnny Favourite (director/co writer). Johnny Favourite- San Miguel De Allende. TY1 - Mysterious Ways ft. Johnny Favourite. HARD 8 - Johnny Favourite Swing Orchestra. Johnny Favourite Demo.