Johnny Crawford

Johnny comes from a family of musicians and was performing from the time he could walk. In 1955 his singing impersonation of Johnnie Ray led to a contract with Disney, where he became one of the original Mouseketeers. As an actor, Johnny has appeared in over 250 television productions, 15 movies, and 12 plays. He received an Emmy Nomination at the age of 13 for his role in the western TV series, “The Rifleman”.

Signed by Del-Fi Records in 1961, Johnny had five hits in the 1960s: “Cindy's Birthday”, “Rumors”, “Your Nose Is Gonna Grow”, “Proud”, and “Patti Ann”. During the same period he also had four albums in the top 40. A collection of his Del-Fi recordings from the 1960s, is available on CD (The Best of Johnny Crawford).

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