Hard Rock Live, 777 West Cherokee Street, Catoosa, OK 74015
Must be 21 years of age or older & have a valid, government-issued photo ID to attend.
Gilley and Lee have earned an outstanding 38 chart singles with 20 No. 1 hits including Gilley’s “Room Full of Roses,” “Don’t the Girls all Get Prettier at Closing Time,” and Lee’s “Cherokee Fiddle” and “Lookin’ for Love.”
Mickey Gilley first scored his first string of consecutive No. 1 hits in the 1970s that included “I Overlooked an Orchid,” “City Lights” and “Window Up Above.” In 1976, he swept the ACM Awards, winning Entertainer of the Year, Top Male Vocalist, Song of the Year, Single of the Year and Album of the Year. In the 80s, he became a smooth crooner of country love songs like “That’s All That Matters to Me,” “Headache Tomorrow, Heartache Tonight,” “I’m Just a Fool for Your Love” and “Paradise Tonight.”
Johnny Lee’s career kick started in 1968 when he paired up with Gilley both on the road and in the nightclub in Pasadena, Texas. He was later asked to perform in “Urban Cowboy” and record several songs for the soundtrack. “Lookin’ for Love,” from that same soundtrack, became Lee’s first Gold record. The song spent three weeks at the top of the Billboard Country Music Singles Charts as No. 1, and No. 2 on the Pop Music Singles Charts. His other hits include “One in a Million,” “Bet Your Heart on Me,” “You Could’ve Heard a Heart Break,” and “Pickin’ Up Strangers.”