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It was released in June as part of the soundtrack to the film Urban Cowboy , released that year. Marcy Levy was one of the female singers who provided backing vocals on the track. Lee, whose biggest hit to date had been a cover of Ricky Nelson's " Garden Party ", had been the main nightclub act behind Mickey Gilley himself at Gilley's, a nightclub owned by Sherwood Cryer and country music superstar Mickey Gilley. Record executive Irving Azoff offered Lee the chance to record "Lookin' For Love", [1] a song that plus artists had rejected. Critics were not kind to Lee nor the song. Country music historian Bill Malone once noted that "Lookin' for Love" — in his words, a "lilting little pop song" — became the featured song of Urban Cowboy and a huge commercial hit largely because "actor John Travolta the movie's co-star expressed a liking for it. Public reaction was much better. On the U. Cash Box Top , the song spent two weeks at No. The song was performed by Johnny Lee in an episode of Chips.
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His single " Lookin' for Love " became a crossover hit, spending three weeks at number 1 on the Billboard country singles chart while also appearing in the Top 5 on the Billboard Pop chart and Top 10 on Billboard's Adult Contemporary chart. He racked up a total of 17 top 40 country hits in the early and mids. In high school he formed a rock n' roll band, "Johnny Lee and the Roadrunners". He played cover tunes in Texas nightclubs and bars throughout the s. The soundtrack from the hit movie Urban Cowboy , which was largely shot at Gilley's, catapulted Lee to fame. The record spawned several hit singles, including Lee's "Lookin' for Love. From to , Lee was married to Dallas actress Charlene Tilton , with whom he had a daughter Cherish born He married his second wife, the late Deborah Spohr Lee, in After Johnny Lee Jr. In the fall of Lee began performing regularly in Branson , Missouri.
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It was released in June as part of the soundtrack to the film Urban Cowboy , released that year. Marcy Levy was one of the female singers who provided backing vocals on the track. Lee, whose biggest hit to date had been a cover of Ricky Nelson's " Garden Party ", had been the main nightclub act behind Mickey Gilley himself at Gilley's, a nightclub owned by Sherwood Cryer and country music superstar Mickey Gilley.

Record executive Irving Azoff offered Lee the chance to record "Lookin' For Love", [1] a song that plus artists had rejected. Critics were not kind to Lee nor the song. Country music historian Bill Malone once noted that "Lookin' for Love" — in his words, a "lilting little pop song" — became the featured song of Urban Cowboy and a huge commercial hit largely because "actor John Travolta the movie's co-star expressed a liking for it.

Public reaction was much better. On the U. Cash Box Top , the song spent two weeks at No. The song was performed by Johnny Lee in an episode of Chips. It could also be heard in two episodes of Dallas , episodes and This version peaked at No. The Star Trek: Deep Space Nine episode " Looking for par'Mach in All the Wrong Places " is titled in tribute to this song " par'Mach " is defined in the episode as "the Klingon word for love, but with more aggressive overtones".

The song was referenced in Operation Repo in season 11 episode 7. The song was punned in the January 13, comic strip Pearls Before Swine. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other uses, see Looking for Love disambiguation. This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Retrieved Retrieved April 8, A," 2nd rev. University of Texas Press, Austin, , p. Cashbox Magazine. Archived from the original on Top Adult Contemporary: — Record Research.

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