Country Classic Spotlight Features Johnny Duncan
Johnny Duncan was born into a musically gifted family. Born October 5, 1938, he was a cousin of Dan Seals, a member of the group Seals and Crofts and a well-known country singer .
At age twelve he knew he wanted to play music and sing.
He was influenced by early idols like Eddy Arnold, Kim Reeves and his cousins Eddie, Jimmy and Dan Seals.
Duncan’s number one hits include “Thinking of a Rendezvous,” “It Couldn’t Have Been Any Better,” “She Can Put Her Shoes Under My Bed Anytime” and “Sweet Country Woman.”
Duncan performed duets with Janie Fricke in the 1970’s . Duncan was a DJ at radio station WAGG in Franklin, Tennessee. He also appeared on a WSM TV show with Ralph Emery.
Sadly he died of a heart attack on August 14, 2006 at the age of 67.
He is survived by three daughters with his first wife Betty Deisher and one son with Connie Duncan.
Join me as I relive the music and life of Johnny Duncan, Sunday, December 18th at 11:00 AM on the 98 Country Classic Show.