Lucky Starr (singer)
Lucky Starr (born Leslie Morrison; 29 December 1940) is an Australian pop and folk singer and television presenter. He released the tongue-twisting "I've Been Everywhere" as a single in 1962, written by the singer-songwriter Geoff Mack, which name-drops numerous Australian towns. Adapted to American towns, it became a hit for Hank Snow.
Morrison began his rock and roll career in 1957 as lead singer of The Hepparays. He was a regular on Bandstand and Six O'Clock Rock, and took over from Johnny O'Keefe as host of the latter for a season in 1960. He has a son and Grandson Jackson Morrison He also has a beautiful daughter Danielle. He still tours and performs regularly
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