Jon English discography. Jon English discography. Jon English singing at Royal Theatre, Canberra, in December 2011.
It's All a Game, his second solo album, was released in 1974 on Warm & Genuineand featured "Turn the Page" which peaked at N. 0 on the national singles charts in February 1975. Lovin' Arms" was released in June 1975 as the lead single from his third studio album, Hollywood Seven The album produced three singles including "Hollywood Seven". which peaked at N. 3 in May 1976. English performed a duet with fellow Superstar lead, Trevor White to release a single "Laid Back in Anger" but it had no singles chart success
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It is Jon English who elevates the show from a club cover band to an experience, with his unique and masterful stagecraft. Fantastic value for money musically, and a lot of fun, with the rock history stories and the banter between the ‘old man’ and his young crew keeping the crowd laughing as well as rocking on. Newcastle Herald. English’s brilliant group of vibrant and versatile young musician. hey sing; they switch instruments, they cavort across the stage. Quite simply, they rock.
English's next album, It's All a Game yielded his first hit single, "Turn the Page," which peaked at number seven in Australia in February 1975. He then joined a new production of Jesus Christ Superstar and released his third album, Hollywood Seven. Minutes to Midnight followed and English toured with his recently formed Jon English Band. His next album, Words Are Not Enough, scored hits with "Words Are Not Enough," which peaked at number five in July 1978 and "Nights in Paradise" which peaked at number 21 in October.
Jon English was an Australian songwriter, singer, actor, and musician who is very well known for his tracks such as Hot Town, Six Ribbons, Turn the Page, Words are Not Enough, and Hollywood Seven. He has been a part of television series like Against the Wind for which he was awarded the TV Week Logie Award for the nomination for Best New Talent in Australia. For the series, he had even contributed as a writer and worked on the background score along with ‘Mario Millo’. His next album was It’s All a Game and the song Turn the Page from the album ranked on the seventh position on Australia charts in the year 1975. He released his third album Hollywood Seven when he joined Jesus Christ Superstar Production House.
Jon English, Actor: All Together Now. Jon English was born on March 26, 1949 in Hampstead, London, England as Jonathan James English. He is known for his work on All Together Now (1991), Against the Wind (1978) and The Pirates of Penzance (1994). He was married to Carmen Sora. He died on March 9, 2016 in Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia. 1976 Homicide (TV Series) (soundtrack music - 1 episode). soundtrack music: From "It's all a Game"). 1991 All Together Now (TV Series) (1 episode).
Performer:Jon English Genre: Rock / Pop Title: It's All A Game Released: 1974 MP3 version ZIP size: 1491 mb FLAC version RAR size: 1256 mb Rating: 4.4 Votes: 868 Other Formats: DTS VOC DXD AU MP3 RA AC3