Johnny Mathis

Johnny Mathis (born September 30, 1935 in Gilmer, Texas) is an American popular singer, and one of the few remaining male vocalists associated with Traditional Pop music.

Mathis grew up in San Francisco, and began singing at school. While training to become a teacher, he was talent-spotted at a concert and signed by Columbia Records. He sang one of his first hits, "It's Not For Me To Say", in the film, Lizzie, in which he also had a small acting role. Around the same time, he had his first number one hit with "Chances Are".

Although frequently described as a "Romantic" singer, his vast discography contains Jazz, Traditional Pop, Brazilian & Spanish music, Soul, Soft Rock, and Broadway Show Tunes. His hit songs include "Wonderful Wonderful", "A Certain Smile", "Chances Are", "The Twelfth of Never", "Misty", "Too Much, Too Little, Too Late", and "I'm Coming Home", and the original recording of the Thom Bell-Linda Creed composition "Life Is a Song Worth Singing", later made popular by Soul/R&B vocalist Teddy Pendergrass. Mathis has recorded over 100 albums of original music and has sold more than 180 million albums worldwide.

Frank Sinatra used to privately refer to him as "The African Queen".


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Frank Sinatra used to privately refer to him as "The African Queen". Debelah is reportedly working on a new album. Mathis has recorded over 100 albums of original music and has sold more than 180 million albums worldwide. One of her songs from the Dance With Me album was featured on the Spyder Games soundtrack, while a new Diane Warren ballad was on the soundtrack for Osmosis Jones. His hit songs include "Wonderful Wonderful", "A Certain Smile", "Chances Are", "The Twelfth of Never", "Misty", "Too Much, Too Little, Too Late", and "I'm Coming Home", and the original recording of the Thom Bell-Linda Creed composition "Life Is a Song Worth Singing", later made popular by Soul/R&B vocalist Teddy Pendergrass. She also released a second single called I Remember.. Although frequently described as a "Romantic" singer, his vast discography contains Jazz, Traditional Pop, Brazilian & Spanish music, Soul, Soft Rock, and Broadway Show Tunes. In Spain it was also released with Spanish lyrics, titled Baila Conmigo.

Around the same time, he had his first number one hit with "Chances Are". 8 on the Billboard Singles chart and gaining popularity all over the world. He sang one of his first hits, "It's Not For Me To Say", in the film, Lizzie, in which he also had a small acting role. The album called Dance With Me was released in 2000, and the title track, a tango style song, became a hit, peaking at No. While training to become a teacher, he was talent-spotted at a concert and signed by Columbia Records. She presented the material to her first label Atlantic, who signed her again (didn't even remembering she was signed to them before). Mathis grew up in San Francisco, and began singing at school. All the tracks were written by her and her brother.

Johnny Mathis (born September 30, 1935 in Gilmer, Texas) is an American popular singer, and one of the few remaining male vocalists associated with Traditional Pop music. Debelah had to file for bankruptcy, but she didn't give up and began to work on a new album. A.," "Our Friend Martin" and "Stuart Little".) On the Our Friend Martin soundtrack she sang a new song written by Diane Warren, the other soundtracks featured songs from her It's Not Over album. In 1998 and 1999 Debelah was featured on three soundtrack albums ("Fame L. Debelah didn't want to be just another black hip-hop artist, she wanted to do a pop-r&b album that appeals to all races, so she left them.

Motown was bought by Universal, and they wanted Debelah to record an urban album. Her songs I Love You and Yesterday were moderate hits. Again it wasn't released worldwide, only in Europe and Asia. Half of the tracks were co-written by her and some were co-written by her brother Giloh.

She signed to Motown and released her second album titled It's Not Over in 1998. Her label dropped her after the release. This album is her rarest, it wasn't released worldwide, only in the US and Japan, and even there it wasn't really promoted. At the age of seventeen she signed to Atlantic Records and released her debut album titled Debelah.

She majored in Vocal Performance. She also learned to sing in many different languages besides English (French, Italian, German, Hindi, and Portuguese.) Later she and her family moved to Arizona where she won beauty pageants at the age of fifteen and organized a gospel choir in her high school. She started taking piano lessons at the age of 3. Debelah was born to an Indian mother and an African-American father.

Debelah Morgan (born September 29, 1977, Detroit, Michigan) is an American r&b singer and songwriter. I Remember. Dance With Me (8th on Billboard's Hot 100 Singles Chart, 2000). Yesterday (79th on Billboard's Hot 100 Singles Chart, 1998).

I Love You (1998). Take It Easy (1994). Dance With Me (Atlantic, 2000). It's Not Over (Motown, 1998).

Debelah (Atlantic, 1994).

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