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AIR DATE

FILM DATE

NAME

DETAILS

Mar 30
to
Apr 5

2008

The Cry Show!

One of Lonnie's music heroes of the 1950's was Johnnie Ray. He was the biggest pop start just prior to Elvis and many call him the bridge between the crooners and Rock'n'Roll. His influence over those who were to become the stars of Rock'n'Roll cannot be over emphasized. He freedom of vocal emotions and stage antics became part of the hallmark of Elvis's sexual appeal.

Lonnie decided he would like to perform a show that featured many of the monster hits that Johnnie Ray had during with 1950's and early 60's so he produced this 26 songs show.

He, The Leemen and a big band bring back to life these popular hits in true Lonnie Lee style.

It runs 1 hour 12 mins        

The Cry Show website

Apr 6
to
Apr 12

1992

Lonnie Lee's
Rock'n'Remember Show


In 1992 at the height of the Rock'n'Roll nostalgia revival Lonnie filmed one of his Rock'nRember Shows. This was in one night of the season at the NightRider Theatre in Homebush Sydney to a jammed packed audience. The atmosphere was electric and when this was filmed, they had already seen the first 45 minutes show that featured The Elderly Bros, The Rockettes and danced to Lonnie's fabulous Starlite Band.

It was filmed on new Hi8 tape then released on VHS tape. The production is not as good as what is available today, however it is quite an historic memory of those times.

It runs just under an hour.

Apr 13

to

Apr 19

1993

Lonnie Lee's
Dance Ranch

In 1993 The Country Line Dance craze took the world by storm. To satisfy hungry audiences and dancers, Lonnie started a weekly show called, 'Lonnie Lee's Dance Ranch' based at the big Mounties Workers Club. He not only featured special Line Dance instructors, but every week added 8 to 10 new songs that were associated with the new dances. The show went on tour and overall ran for just over one and a half years. During the run, Lonnie decided to film the event so that dancers across Australia who had the VHS or DVD, could also join in the fun.

It was filmed on VHS-C tape consequently not the quality one has come to expect today. 

It has 26 songs and runs 74 minutes

April 20

to

26


30th Anniversary of Six O'Clock Rock

Vol 1

In 1989 Lonnie celebrated the 30th anniversary of Australia's first live Rock'n'Roll TV Show, Six O'Clock Rock. He got together many of the major stars of that show and filmed it. Here is the first part of the show.

April 27

to

May 3


The Black and White TV Years
VOL 1

A selection of clips of Lonnie's appearances on Bandstand and other shows in the late 50's and early 60's
See Lonnie at 19 and up....

May 4

to

May 10


Aussie Roots,
Solid Gold, Hillbilly Cat and some interviews

A montage of clips from several of Lonnie's show over the last recent years. One is a tribute to his Aussie peers of that early era such as Col Joye, Johnny O'Keefe, Warren Williams, Lucky Starr, Johnny Devlin, Adam, Johnny Rebb, The Delltones, Noeleen Batley and more. Another is a show to celebrate the songs that the young Elvis recorded at Sun Records and in his early RCA days. A recent selection of songs from his popular Solid Gold show is also featured along with some recent TV interviews.

May 11

to

May 17


Lonnie Lee at Little Darlin's Rock'n'Roll Palace Florida
USA

In the early 1990's Lonnie made several appearances as a Special Guest at the famous Little Darlin's Rock'n'Roll Palace in Kissimmee Orlando in Florida USA. With the fantastic band Michael Frankin and his fabulous Rockin' Robin band, Lonnie rocked the house night after night. Here are some of these shows. Also featured is Johnny Thunder.

May 18

to

May 24


The TV Shows

Since returning to Australia after living in USA in the 70's and 80's, Lonnie has made many TV appearances. Here are some of them.

May 25

to

May 31


Good Rockin' Tonight

Every year Lonnie did shows at the then entertainment capital club, Canterbury Hurlstone Park RSL.
This is one of those shows from 2003

June 1

to

June 7


Canberra Festival

In the 1980's and 90's Lonnie and his show performed at most of the biggest music festivals from Darling Harbour many times to Tamworth.
Here is an outdoor show for the 1992 Canberra Festival.

June 8

to

June 14


30th Anniversary of Six O'Clock Rock

Vol 2

In 1989 Lonnie celebrated the 30th anniversary of Australia's first live Rock'n'Roll TV Show, Six O'Clock Rock.
He got together many of the major stars of that show and filmed it.
Here is the second part of that show where all the artists sing 3 of the songs they sang on the TV show.

June 15

to

June 21


The Black and White TV Years
VOL 2


More clips of Lonnie's appearances on Bandstand and other shows in the late 50's and early 60's

See Lonnie at 19 and up....





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