Rock ‘n’ Roll Singer. In 1956 along with his brother Dorsey Burnette and guitarist Paul Burlison, he created the group, the Rock’n’ Roll Trio or Johnny Burnette and the Rock ‘n’ Roll Trio. That same year they began to record for the Decca Music Label and continued to until the band went there separate ways in 1957
Johnny Burnette Coral Records - 1956 - 1960
Johnny Burnette - Dreamin`
Johnny Burnette Train Kept A Rollin'
Johnny Burnette - You're Sixteen
johnny burnette rockabilly boogie
Johnny Burnette - All By Myself
Lonesome Train (on a lonesome track) - Johnny Burnette's Rock 'n' Roll Trio
JOHNNY BURNETTE - YOU'RE SIXTEEN HD.wmv
Johnny Burnette - Full Album
Johnny Burnette Trio - Tear It Up
Johnny Burnette - Wampus Cat
Johnny Burnette Trio - Sweet Love On My Mind
Johnny Burnette Rock'n'Roll Trio On The Ted Mack Amateur Hour
Johnny Burnette - Dreamin
Johnny Burnette Trio-Train Kept A Rollin'
JOHNNY BURNETTE LONESOME TEARS IN MY EYRS
Johnny Burnette - Moody River
You're Sixteen, You're Beautiful (And You're Mine) Johnny Burnette
Johnny Burnette - Little Boy Sad
JOHNNY BURNETTE Big Big World
Girl Of My Best Friend - Johnny Burnette 1962
Johnny Burnette & the Rock 'n Roll Trio : Honey Hush
The Very Best of Johnny Burnette | Johnny Burnette Greatest Hits
Lonesome Train - Johnny Burnette & the Rock & Roll Trio (1956)
Little Boy Sad (1961) Stereo Audio - Johnny Burnette
Johnny Burnette - Cincinnati Fireball (STEREO)
Johnny Burnette - Clown shoes
THE JOHNNY BURNETTE TRIO. HONEY HUSH.
Johnny Burnette - Hound Dog
Johnny Burnette & The Rock 'n' Roll Trio - The train kept a-rollin'
Johnny Burnette - Honey Hush
Johnny Burnette - Ballad of the one-eyed jacks
MIDNIGHT TRAIN - Johnny Burnette Trio
Johnny Burnette.....Clown Shoes
Johnny Burnette - Mona Lisa (Livingston-Evans)
Johnny Burnette - Cincinnati Fireball
DTV Pop & Rock - Johnny Burnette - Dreamin'
Johnny Burnette - "Cincinnati Fireball"
Johnny Burnette - Red sails in the sunset
Johnny Burnette - Rock-a-billy Boogie
Johnny Burnette - Dreamin'
Johnny Burnette - The train kept a-rollin
Johnny Burnette All by myself
Johnny Burnette - Sweet love on my mind
Birth: Mar. 25, 1934
Death: Aug. 14, 1964
Burnette went on to achieve a somewhat solo career and also recorded for the labels, Liberty, EMI, MCA, United Artists, Solid Smoke, Coral and BGO. He was considered to be a contemporary of Elvis Presley and worked with the likes of, Buddy Holly, Buddy Knox, Johnny Horton, Bill Haley and Eddie Cochran. In 1956 he appeared as himself in the motion picture “Rock, Rock, Rock.” Among his many recordings are “You’re 16” (later a hit recording by Ringo Starr), “Train Kept A-Rollin,” “Dreamin,” “Little Boy Sad,” “Mona Lisa,” “I’m Still Dreamin,” “In The Chapel In The Moonlight,” “Big Big World,” “Ballad Of One-Eyed Jacks,” “The Treasure Of Love,” “The Fool,” “Blue Blue Morning,” “Memories Are Made Of This,” “Pledge Of Love,” “Rock Therapy,” and “Honey Hush.”
Cause of death: Drowned in boating accident