, pub-8431740912952467, DIRECT, f08c47fec0942fa0

Johnny Dee Fury (rock, rockabilly)

Campbellford, Ontario singer-songwriter Johnny Douglas, was an established recording artist stateside (Rowan Brothers, Dancer, John Stewart) when he moved to Toronto and signed a solo deal with Orient Records/RCA. After his debut album ‘Shakedown’ in 1981, he continued on with Orient through 1982 under the name Johnny Dee Fury, as a rockabilly artist. In addition to coast to coast airplay, the Roger Corman movie, ‘Screwballs’, featured nine songs off Johnny’s debut album. In recent years he’s been living in Brentwood, Tennessee near Nashville writing and recording music for TV and film in his home studio. Jaimie Vernon, The Canadian Pop Music Encyclopedia

johnny dee fury.PNG
Johnny Dee Fury - Born To Bop - 1982.jpg

Born To Bop - 1982


Can't Stop The Bop                                             Rockabilly Rooster

Knock Knock                                                       This Heart's On Fire

Coyote                                                                 That's What It Takes

The Devil Can't Dance                                        Come Back Baby

Shake That Thing                                                Wildcat

Country Gentleman (Instrumental)                      Born To Bop


Help support Rock My World Canada! with a one-time donation -

Ad Banner.jpg