J.C. Crowley

J.C. Crowley

Real Name:
John Charles Crowley II
Profile:
An award-winning artist who has blazed his own trail as a songwriter, singer, musician, composer, screenwriter and poet, J.C. Crowley is an American original. After a series of rugged jobs ranging from ranch hand in Texas to forest-fire fighter and boat pilot in Alaska, the fourth-generation Texan co-founded pop-rock band Player. He made two gold albums with the band and co-wrote its No. 1 single, “Baby Come Back” (1978), which continues to be featured in movies, TV shows and national ad campaigns. As a solo act in the 1980s, Crowley broke new ground with “Paint the Town and Hang the Moon Tonight,” a rockabilly roof-shaker that climbed to No. 13 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles chart. Over the years, Crowley has penned songs recorded by such artists such as Johnny Cash, Smokey Robinson, Guy Clark, Emmylou Harris and Charlie Wilson. He recently branched out into composing for film and television productions.
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J.C. Crowley Discography

Albums

8370-1-R J.C. Crowley Beneath The Texas Moon(LP, Album) RCA 8370-1-R US 1988 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

J.C. Crowley Beneath The Texas Moon (Single) RCA US 1988 Sell This Version
J.C. Crowley Paint The Town And Hang The Moon Tonight (Single) RCA US 1988 Sell This Version
J.C. Crowley I Know What I've Got (Single) RCA US 1988 Sell This Version
8634-7-R J.C. Crowley Boxcar 109 / Living For The Fire(7", Single) RCA 8634-7-R US 1988 Sell This Version