Sammy Johns - America album flac
Genre: Rock / Pop
Style: Soft Rock
FLAC version ZIP size: 1221 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1481 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1735 mb
Other Formats: WAV AAC TTA MPC WMA RA AHX
Sammy Johns (February 7, 1946 – January 4, 2013) was an American country singer-songwriter, best known for his million-selling 1975 hit single, "Chevy Van". Sammy Reginald Johns was born in Charlotte, North Carolina. Johns' father gave him a guitar when he was nine, and he founded his first band (the Devilles) in his teenage years. The group performed locally and made a few records for Dixie Records. Johns moved to Atlanta, where he signed with General Recording in 1973
Sammy Johns is the first studio album by singer and songwriter Sammy Johns. After his eponymous debut album from General Recording Corporation, which included "Chevy Van," the singer inked a deal in 1976 with Warner-Curb, which resulted in Johns working on the soundtrack to The Van, the first movie to feature Danny DeVito. Linda Seida, All Music Guide. In 1996 Sammy Kershaw did a cover of "Chevy Van" on his album Politics, Religion and Her. Sammy Johns.
Sammy Johns is the first studio album by singer and songwriter Sammy Johns.
Unlike Sammy Johns' original chorus that opens "Cause like a princess she was laying there. July 4, 2016 ·. Happy 4th of July everyone - God Bless America. Sammy Johns - America (1973). The late Sammy Johns was popular for his Top 5 hit, "Chevy Van" youtube. Chevy Van" by Sammy Johns was the first single released from his eponymous debut album (1974).
Sammy Johns has written a number of hit songs for other artists, but the one he will always be remembered for is the one he recorded himself. Chevy Van," a song about a loose-loving man who picks up a woman while he's on the road, struck a loud chord with listeners in the sexually liberated '70s when Johns released it mid-decade. In 1985, Jennings serenaded the Statue of Liberty with Johns' "America" on a nationally broadcast event to mark the statue's restoration.
- Producer – Jay Senter, Larry Knechtel
- Written-By – Sammy Johns