Rocky Burnette

Jonathan Burnette

Also known as Burnette, R. Burnette, Rockman, The, Son Of Rock And Roll
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Discography of Rocky Burnette:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Tired Of Toein' The Line 2 Audio 1979 EMI
2 Angel In Chambray 2 Audio 1979 EMI Music Netherlands
3 Tired Of Toein' The Line / Boogie Down In Mobile, Alabama 2 Audio 1979 EMI America
4 The Son Of Rock And Roll 10 Audio 1980 EMI America
5 Fallin' In Love (Bein' Friends) 2 Audio 1980
6 The Son Of Rock And Roll 12 Audio 1979 EMI Electrola
7 Tired Of Toein' The Line 2 Audio 1979
8 Heart Stopper 10 Audio 1982 The Goods Records
9 Tired Of Toein' The Line 2 Audio 1980 EMI
10 The Son Of Rock And Roll 12 Audio 1979 EMI
11 The Son Of Rock And Roll 12 Audio 1979 EMI
12 Fingerprints 2 Audio 1982 EMI
13 Tired Of Toein In The Line / Fallin In Love (Bein Friends) 2 Audio 1980 EMI
14 The Son Of Rock And Roll 12 Audio 1979 EMI
15 Tired Of Toein The Line 4 Audio 1979 EMI
16 Baby Tonight 2 Audio 1980 EMI
17 The Son Of Rock And Roll 12 Audio 1979 EMI
18 Tired Of Toein' The Line 2 Audio 1979 EMI
19 Tired Of Toein' The Line / Boogie Down In Mobile, Alabama 2 Audio 1979 EMI America
20 Tired Of Toein' The Line 2 Audio 1979 EMI
21 Fallin' In Love (Bein' Friends) 2 Audio 1980 EMI
22 The Son Of Rock And Roll 10 Audio 1980 EMI
23 Baby Tonight 2 Audio 1979 EMI America
24 Baby Tonight 2 Audio 1979 EMI America
25 Heartstopper 2 Audio 1982 The Goods Records
26 The Son Of Rock And Roll 10 Audio 1980 EMI
27 Baby Tonight 2 Audio 1980 EMI
28 Baby Tonight 2 Audio 1980 EMI
29 The Son Of Rock And Roll 12 Audio 1980 EMI Records Australia
30 Fallin' In Love (Bein' Friends) 2 Audio 1980 EMI


American rock and roll singer - songwriter born 12 June 1953 in Memphis, Tennessee.

Son of [a=Johnny Burnette]

After two solo albums in the early '80s and a major hit like "Tired Of Toein' The Line" that never managed to top, he appeared again in the mid-'90s as co-writer for [a=Rosie Flores] and [a=Dwight Twilley] and a third solo album in 1996, titled "Tear It Up". In 1997 he wrote "You Got Away With Love", a european hit for [a=Percy Sledge].


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