Jimmy Bowen

Real Name:James Albert Bowen

American singer, bassist, songwriter and producer.
Married to Keely Smith (1965-1969).
Founder of Amos Records (1968) and Universal Records (1988).
He started as Rockabilly singer in late 50s and was also member of The Rhythm Orchids, alongside Buddy Knox, but his career as recording artist did not take off.
In 1963 was hired by Frank Sinatra as producer at Reprise Records. Among the songs Bowen produced for Sinatra was the 1966 Strangers In The Night, which went to No. 1 in the US and UK, and won three Grammy Awards in 1967, including Record of the Year for Bowen.
In early 70s, he moved to Nashville, becoming president of several Country music labels.

Born November 30, 1937 in Santa Rita, New Mexico. , Wikipedia
Aliases:J.B. Pickers
In Groups:Jimmy Bowen Orchestra & Chorus, The Rhythm Orchids
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