Johnny Lee
Saturday, February 21, 2015

Lee worked 10 years with Mickey Gilley, both on tour and at Gilley’s Club in Pasadena, Texas. The soundtrack from the 1980 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."

In addition to "Lookin' for Love", Lee had five songs reach the top of the Billboard magazine Hot Country Singles chart: "One in a Million" (1980); "Bet Your Heart on Me" (1981); "The Yellow Rose" (1984, a duet with Lane Brody and the theme song to the NBC TV-series of the same name); and "You Could Have Heard a Heartbreak" (1984). His other major hits include "Pickin' Up Strangers" (1981), "Prisoner of Hope" (1981), "Cherokee Fiddle", "Sounds Like Love", "Hey Bartender" (1983), "Rollin' Lonely", and "Save the Last Chance" (1985).

Saturday, February 14th

Valentine's Reservation Includes Red Covered Candle Lit Table
Surprise Gifts to the 1st 100 Ladies
Cutest/Best Dressed Couple Contest

Mardi Gras

♦Artist & Dates♦
Ira Bradford - & Bustin' Loose, Fri - Feb 13th  $7

Benji Allen Band, Sat - Feb 14th  $10
Reservation includes red covered candlelit table.
Surprise gifts for the 1st 100 ladies.
Cutest/Best dressed couple contest.

Dance DJ Music & Potluck, Feb 17th $5

Ryan Kirkland's Smokin Ace Band, Fri - Feb 20th  $7
Brazos Point, Fri - Feb 27th  $7
Dr. Honky Tonk, Fri - March 13th  $7
 Empty Pockets Band, Fri - March 27th  $7