JOHNNY MATHIS: MILLIONAIRE WITH PROBLEMS
- FOREVER JOHNNY. Green, Jesse // New Yorker;07/03/2000, Vol. 76 Issue 17, p54
Profiles United States singer Johnny Mathis. Comparison with other great singers; Predisposition of Mathis to silence; High jumper in college; Admiration of Barbra Streisand for the recordings of Mathis; Self-effacing conduct onstage.
- BOY WITH THE GOLDEN VOICE. // Ebony;Dec1957, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p28
The article focuses on San Francisco, California-born singer Johnny Mathis who is expected to earn over 200,000 U.S. dollars for his successful records including "Wonderful, Wonderful," "It's Not For Me To Say," and "Chances Are."
- JOHNNY MATHIS: HIS OWN MAN NOW. // Ebony;Mar1976, Vol. 31 Issue 5, p44
The article profiles popular vocalist Johnny Mathis and features his luxurious home in Hollywood Hills, California. It recalls how Mathis pursued his singing career and entered the industry. The singer purchased the house from billionaire Howard Hughes for 170,000 dollars and extensively...
- INTERVIEW: JOHNNY MATHIS. Stone, Christopher // Advocate;2/25/76, Issue 184, p35
Interviews singer Johnny Mathis. Reason for Mathis' reluctance to being interviewed; His comments on how he survived in the show business for 20 years; Activities he indulges in besides singing and playing golf; His comments on why he contributed money to the L.A. Gay Community Services...
- JOHNNY MATHIS. Mitchell, Gail // Billboard;7/23/2011, Vol. 123 Issue 25, p17
The article discusses the career of singer Johnny Mathis as of July 23, 2011, focusing on his 49 hit songs on "Billboard" magazine's adult contemporary songs chart between 1962 and 2003, as well as Mathis' personal views on his career and his love of music.
- Johnny Mathis. Horak, Terri // Billboard;10/23/93, Vol. 105 Issue 43, p26
Reviews the performance of Johnny Mathis at the Carnegie Hall on October 9, 1993. Numbers performed; Choice of material and arrangements; Highlights of the show.
- Pop Hopefuls. // Time;9/2/1957, Vol. 70 Issue 10, p45
The article offers information on several young singers who are developed for the growth of the music industry. It says that 21-year-old Johnny Mathis, a high-jump athlete in San Francisco State College, was discovered by Columbia Records. Constance Franconero, also known as Connie Francis,...
- Safe and sound. Shapiro, Gregg // Gay & Lesbian Times;4/29/2004, Issue 853, p54
Interviews singer Jane Olivor concerning the album titled "Safe Return" in the United States. Songs included in the album; Duet with Johnny Mathis; Significance of the album.
- What's Playing in Johnny Mathis's Ear. Frampton, Scott // O, The Oprah Magazine;Mar2008, Vol. 9 Issue 3, p60
The article features the music that singer Johnny Mathis usually listens to on his compact disc (CD) player. These include Ernestine Anderson's "My Kinda Swing," "The Very Best of Patti Austin" and Stevie Wonder's "Songs in the Key of Life." Mathis explains why these are among his top choices....