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This article is about the country music singer. "Country" Johnny Mathis_sentence_0

For the popular music singer, see Johnny Mathis. "Country" Johnny Mathis_sentence_1

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"Country" Johnny Mathis"Country" Johnny Mathis_header_cell_0_0_0
Birth name"Country" Johnny Mathis_header_cell_0_1_0 John Mathis"Country" Johnny Mathis_cell_0_1_1
Born"Country" Johnny Mathis_header_cell_0_2_0 (1930-09-28)September 28, 1930

Maud, Texas, U.S."Country" Johnny Mathis_cell_0_2_1

Died"Country" Johnny Mathis_header_cell_0_3_0 September 27, 2011(2011-09-27) (aged 80)

Cornersville, Tennessee, U.S."Country" Johnny Mathis_cell_0_3_1

Genres"Country" Johnny Mathis_header_cell_0_4_0 Country"Country" Johnny Mathis_cell_0_4_1
Occupation(s)"Country" Johnny Mathis_header_cell_0_5_0 Singer-songwriter"Country" Johnny Mathis_cell_0_5_1
Years active"Country" Johnny Mathis_header_cell_0_6_0 1951–1999"Country" Johnny Mathis_cell_0_6_1
Labels"Country" Johnny Mathis_header_cell_0_7_0 United Artists"Country" Johnny Mathis_cell_0_7_1
Associated acts"Country" Johnny Mathis_header_cell_0_8_0 Jimmy & Johnny"Country" Johnny Mathis_cell_0_8_1

"Country" Johnny Mathis (September 28, 1930 – September 27, 2011) was an American country music singer and songwriter. "Country" Johnny Mathis_sentence_2

He is credited with penning more than 500 tunes over the course of his long career. "Country" Johnny Mathis_sentence_3

Biography "Country" Johnny Mathis_section_0

John Mathis was born on September 28, 1930, in Maud, Texas. "Country" Johnny Mathis_sentence_4

He played on Louisiana Hayride from 1951 to 1960, as a solo artist and as a member of the musical duo Jimmy & Johnny (with Jimmy Lee Fautheree). "Country" Johnny Mathis_sentence_5

Mathis left the group to go solo in the middle of the 1950s, leaving Fautheree's brother, Lynn, to fill his shoes. "Country" Johnny Mathis_sentence_6

Jimmy and Lynn, however, saved the name Jimmy & Johnny, which proved ideal for Mathis who returned to the group from 1959 to 1961. "Country" Johnny Mathis_sentence_7

As a solo artist, he released several singles for D Records, Decca, United Artists, and Little Darlin'. "Country" Johnny Mathis_sentence_8

His final charting single was "Please Talk to My Heart", released in 1963. "Country" Johnny Mathis_sentence_9

He also encountered significant success as a songwriter, penning songs for Johnny Paycheck, George Jones, and Webb Pierce among others. "Country" Johnny Mathis_sentence_10

For few decades, until the late 1990s, he sang gospel music and focused on his family. "Country" Johnny Mathis_sentence_11

Mathis suffered a stroke in February 1999, and was no longer able to perform. "Country" Johnny Mathis_sentence_12

The stroke left him in poor health until his death in Cornersville, Tennessee on September 27, 2011, on the eve of his 81st birthday. "Country" Johnny Mathis_sentence_13

He is survived by Jeannie Mathis, his wife of 43 years, and four children. "Country" Johnny Mathis_sentence_14

Singles "Country" Johnny Mathis_section_1

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  • "I’ve Been Known To Cry""Country" Johnny Mathis_item_0_0
  • "Welcome Home""Country" Johnny Mathis_item_0_1
  • "Country Music Keeps on Growing""Country" Johnny Mathis_item_0_2
  • "Make Me One More Memory""Country" Johnny Mathis_item_0_3
  • "Harbor Of Love""Country" Johnny Mathis_item_0_4
  • "Please Talk to My Heart" (1963), U.S. Country No. 14"Country" Johnny Mathis_item_0_5


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