d. May 26, 2001, Lebanon, Tennessee
Songwriter, musician Larry Lee Favorite.
Numerous other same name artists exist. See list below to help select correct artist.
Mr. Favorite, who wrote or co-wrote hundreds of songs under the name Larry Lee, including the country standard "Fourteen Carat Mind". Back in the mid 1950s, Michigan country music and rockabilly fans listened to a young man named Larry Lee, the Country Cat. Mr. Favorite's career in country music spanned the past 40 years and included working with Johnny Cash as head of the Cash Publishing Companies, the Mel Tillis organization, Screen Gems and Cedarwood Publishing. Many artists recorded his songs including the Statler Brothers, Roy Acuff, Wanda Jackson, Connie Smith, Johnny Paycheck and George Jones.
Larry Lee may refer to:
Larry Lee (2) (singer, songwriter, guitarist best known for his work with Al Green and Jimi Hendrix)
Larry Lee (3) aka Larry Michael Lee (producer, songwriter, musician with The Ozark Mountain Daredevils)
Larry Lee (6) (in group Scooters, The (2))
Larry Lee (7) (European producer, songwriter, often credited with Tom Whitlock and Giorgio Moroder)
Larry Lee (8) (aka Larry "Lee" Harper, Doo-Wop vocalist)