Johnny Rodriguez w/Special Guest Debby Campbell, A Tribute to my Father Glen Campbell*
JMT MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT presents Johnny Rodriguez w/Special Guest Debby Campbell, A Tribute to my Father, Glen Campbell
LOVE THAT RODRIGUEZ SOUND......
In 1979, Johnny moved from Mercury to Epic Records, where he worked with producer Billy Sherrill. His debut album with Epic, "Rodriguez", contained with one exception, songs written by Johnny. His successes included: "What'll I Tell Virginia", "Love Look At Us Now", "North Of The Border", "Foolin", "How Could I Love Her So Much", and "Rose Of My Heart".
The union of producer Tom Collins and Capitol Records in 1987 resulted in Rodriguez' album titled "Gracias", which contained such hits as "I Didn't (Every Chance I Had)", "I Want To Wake Up With You" and "You Might Want To Use Me Again". In 1993, Johnny recorded "Run For The Border" on Intersound and in 1996 he reunited with the Dea/Kennedy team to truly capture the fire and magic of their past collaborations with the creation of "You Can Say That Again".
In the past 40 years, Johnny has released 35 albums and charted 45 singles. He has beat the pavement touring in every state in the U.S. and enjoys an enormous response when touring overseas in countries such as Switzerland, England, S. Korea, France, Spain, East & West Germany, Japan, Belgium, Guam, Poland, Canada and Mexico.
Country music singer and activist for Alzheimer’s, Debby Campbell was born in Albuquerque, New Mexico in 1956 to Diane Kirk and Glen Travis Campbell. She is the eldest of 8 children and the daughter of the most famous “Rhinestone Cowboy” Glen Campbell. Debby loved singing from an early age and spent many summers with her dad on tour, and in the television studios with his Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour television show.
Debby graduated high school in England living with her mom and step-dad Jack, while her step-dad was in the Air Force. Her dad, Glen became a world sensation, and would perform in England and send for Debby so she could spend time with him.