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Where are the Johnny Young now?

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Johnny Young, he is still, at heart, a rock and roller. The most recent information regarding the former Young Talent Time presenter

He was the host and producer of the popular television show Young Talent Time, which ran on Network 10 from 1971 until 1988. The show ran from 1971 until 1988.

Young Talent Time, a well-liked television program that aired on Network 10 from 1971 to 1988, was hosted and produced by him.

Johnny Young was honored. in 1990 by being added. to the TV Week Logie Awards Hall of the Fame. His induction into the Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) Hall of Fame took place on October 27, 2010, and Tina Arena sang his song “The Star” during the ceremony. He is only the one honoured in both halls.

“I feel lucky to have worked in the music industry for 50 years in so many diverse industries. really I am just a rock ‘n’ roller,” Johnny Young stated in response to the news of his upcoming induction. The icing on this fantastic cake is being given this honor. I’m appreciative of everyone that helped and motivated me.

Where do you call home?

My family is dispersed and spread out through the page. over Western Australia, from the north to the south, where they call home. But as part of my job, I frequently go to Sydney, Melbourne, and Brisbane to record radio shows for the Magic network and do “live” concerts with performers from the Go!! Performance, including Normie Rowe.

What’s the best advice you’ve received?

My father, who is also John, taught me by doing. He advised me to “always give it your all,” which I try to do, and that “any task worth doing is worth doing well.”

Never tell yourself that “near enough” is sufficient. So, my dad taught me to live by that. Give everything you do your all.

What Magic song has been requested the most frequently?

Johnny Young some success with my pop songs, such as “Step Back” and “Cara Lyn,” the songs I wrote for other people, such as “The Real Thing” for Russell Morris and “Smiley” for Ronnie Burns, were all very nice. Close your eyes and I’ll kiss you and All my Love is the song that I get requested the most.

What song is your favorite?

Johnny Young The Beatles’ “All you need is love” is the one song that always cheers me up. I think it has the ideal message, and I have a personal stake in it because I was in London for the recording with Molly and a tonne of other people, and it was a fantastic experience.

What activities do you enjoy doing the most?

Johnny Young On the radio, “communicating.” to having fun on Magic, I enjoy writing, receiving phone calls from listeners, and performing with my rock ‘n roll band.

I’m a rock ‘n’ roll at heart, remember? I began playing in a rock ‘n roll band when I was 14 years old, and I still like performing my favorite songs by Chuck Berry and Eddie Cochran because, at my core, I am a rock ‘n roll musician. I still enjoy going on tour with Colleen Hewitt, Ronnie Burns, and many other celebrities I knew when I was younger. My life is music.

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With whom have you toured?

Johnny Young privilege of touring with The Rolling Stones, The Walker Brothers, and The Yardbirds, Roy Orbison remains my all-time favorite musician to do so. On the final day of our Australian tour, Roy, a shy man, held a tiny box while we were on stage for the sound check at Melbourne’s Festival Hall.

What activities do you enjoy doing the most?

Johnny Young On the radio, “communicating.” to having fun on Magic, I enjoy writing, receiving phone calls from listeners, and performing with my rock ‘n roll band.

I’m a rock ‘n’ roll at heart, remember? I began playing in a rock ‘n roll band when I was 14 years old, and I still like performing my favorite songs by Chuck Berry and Eddie Cochran because, at my core, I am a rock ‘n roll musician. I still enjoy going on tour with Colleen Hewitt, Ronnie Burns, and many other celebrities I knew when I was younger. My life is music.

With whom have you toured?

Johnny Young privilege of touring with The Rolling Stones, The Walker Brothers, and The Yardbirds, Roy Orbison remains my all-time favorite musician to do so. On the last day of our Australian tour, Roy the shy man held a small box as we were onstage for the sound check at Melbourne’s Festival Hall.

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