Mickey Gilley And Johnny Lee To Perform on HUCKABEE

Mickey Gilley And Johnny Lee To Perform on HUCKABEE

Viewers can catch legendary country artists Mickey Gilley and Johnny Lee performing on TBN's "Huckabee" Sat., Dec. 29 at 8/7c and again on Sunday at the same time. You can find your local TBN channel here.


The two legends will kick off their 2019 "Urban Cowboy Reunion" tour on Jan. 12 in Hinton, Okla. at the Sugar Creek Casino. For the latest on Gilley, keep with him on his website at gilleys.com. For updates on Johnny Lee, you can find him at www.thejohnnyleemusic.com.

2019 Urban Cowboy Reunion Tour Dates
Jan. 12 - Hinton, Okla. - Sugar Creek Casino
Feb. 9 - Weirsdale, Fla. - Orange Blossom Opry
March 3 - St. Louis, Mo. - River City Casino
March 9 - Florence, Ind. - Belterra Casino
March 16 - Kinder, La. - Coushatta Casino
March 17 - The Woodlands, Texas - Dosey Doe
April 5 - Mescalero, NM - Inn of the Mountain Gods Casino
April 6 - Santa Fe, N.M. - Buffalo Thunder Resort & Casino
April 7 - Phoenix, Ariz. - Orpheum Theater
April 10-14 - Laughlin, Nev. - Riverside Resort
April 22 - Branson, Mo. - Mickey Gilley's Shanghai Theater
April 26 - Fort Smith, Ark. - Kay Rodgers Park Expo Center
April 28, 29 - Branson, Mo. - Mickey Gilley's Shanghai Theater
May 5, 6 - Branson, Mo. - Mickey Gilley's Shanghai Theater
May 12, 13 - Branson, Mo. - Mickey Gilley's Shanghai Theater
May 19, 20 - Branson, Mo. - Mickey Gilley's Shanghai Theater
May 26, 27 - Branson, Mo. - Mickey Gilley's Shanghai Theater
June 7 - Washington, Pa. - The Meadows Racetrack & Casino
June 22 - Baton Rouge, La. - L'Auberge Casino
July 12 - Kansas City, Mo. - Ameristar Casino
July 19 - Houston, Texas - The Stampede
July 20 - Houston, Texas - Private show
Aug. 31 - Biloxi, Miss. - IP Casino
Sept. 15, 16 - Branson, Mo. - Mickey Gilley's Shanghai Theater
Sept. 22, 23 - Branson, Mo. - Mickey Gilley's Shanghai Theater
Sept. 29, 30 - Branson, Mo. - Mickey Gilley's Shanghai Theater
Oct. 6, 7 - Branson, Mo. - Mickey Gilley's Shanghai Theater
Oct. 13, 14 - Branson, Mo. - Mickey Gilley's Shanghai Theater
Oct. 20, 21 - Branson, Mo. - Mickey Gilley's Shanghai Theater
Oct. 25 - Lawton, Okla. - Apache Casino
Oct. 27, 28 - Branson, Mo. - Mickey Gilley's Shanghai Theater
Nov. 3, 4 - Branson, Mo. - Mickey Gilley's Shanghai Theater
Nov. 10, 11 - Branson, Mo. - Mickey Gilley's Shanghai Theater
Nov. 17, 18 - Branson, Mo. - Mickey Gilley's Shanghai Theater
Nov. 22 - Fort Hall, Ind. - Fort Hall Casino
Nov. 23 - Pendleton, Ore. - Wildhorse Resort & Casino
Nov. 24 - Airway Heights, Wash. - Northern Quest Resort & Casino
Dec. 1, 2 - Branson, Mo. - Mickey Gilley's Shanghai Theater

Country music artist Mickey Gilley has been wowing fans with his haunting sound of Louisiana rhythm and blues since 1957. The Mississippi native grew up with his two famous cousins, Jerry Lee Lewis and Jimmy Swaggart, surrounded by the influence of music. Gilley made his chart topper debut with his song "Is It Wrong For Loving You," in which Kenny Rogers played the guitar. After moving to Pasadena, Texas, in 1971, he opened his world famous honky-tonk nightclub, Gilley's. He continued to show chart success with hits like "City Lights" and "Don't The Girls All Get Prettier at Closing Time" both of which reached number one on the Billboard Country Charts. In 1980, Gilley appeared in the film "Urban Cowboy" alongside John Travolta and Johnny Lee. At age 82, Gilley is currently on the Urban Cowboy Reunion Tour with Johnny Lee, playing more than 40 dates across the United States in 2018. Keep up with Mickey on Facebook, Twitter, or visit his website at gilleys.com.

Johnny Lee was born on July 3, 1946 in Texas City, Texas and was raised on a Dairy Farm in Alta Loma, Texas. After high school, Lee enlisted in the Navy, serving a tour of duty on the U.S.S. Chicago in Vietnam. Immediately upon returning home, he started pursuing his music. In 1968, he began a 10 year working relationship with Mickey Gilley. Recording with ABC/DOT and GRT Records, Lee had moderate success with "Country Party." In 1979, Lee's first onscreen role was in the 1979 TV movie, "The Girls in the Office," starring Barbara Eden and Susan St. James. He was then asked to perform in the film, "Urban Cowboy," starring John Travolta and Deborah Winger, and for which he recorded several songs used in the soundtrack. "Lookin' For Love" from that soundtrack became Lee's first Gold Record. It spent three weeks at the top of the Billboard Country singles chart as No. 1, and No. 2 on the Pop singles chart. He followed up "Lookin' For Love" with "One In A Million", which spent two weeks at No. 1. In 2004, Johnny Lee was inducted into the Texas Country Music Hall of Fame. Currently Johnny can be seen performing solo and together with Mickey Gilley on the Urban Cowboy Reunion tour, playing more than 40 dates across the U.S. in 2018. Keep up with all things Johnny Lee at www.theofficialjohnnylee.com.

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