It was released in June as part of the soundtrack to the film Urban Cowboy , released that year. Marcy Levy was one of the female singers who provided backing vocals on the track. Lee, whose biggest hit to date had been a cover of Ricky Nelson's " Garden Party ", had been the main nightclub act behind Mickey Gilley himself at Gilley's, a nightclub owned by Sherwood Cryer and country music superstar Mickey Gilley. Record executive Irving Azoff offered Lee the chance to record "Lookin' For Love",  a song that plus artists had rejected. Critics were not kind to Lee nor the song. Country music historian Bill Malone once noted that "Lookin' for Love" — in his words, a "lilting little pop song" — became the featured song of Urban Cowboy and a huge commercial hit largely because "actor John Travolta the movie's co-star expressed a liking for it. Public reaction was much better. On the U. Cash Box Top , the song spent two weeks at No. The song was performed by Johnny Lee in an episode of Chips.
His single " Lookin' for Love " became a crossover hit, spending three weeks at number 1 on the Billboard country singles chart while also appearing in the Top 5 on the Billboard Pop chart and Top 10 on Billboard's Adult Contemporary chart. He racked up a total of 17 top 40 country hits in the early and mids. In high school he formed a rock n' roll band, "Johnny Lee and the Roadrunners". He played cover tunes in Texas nightclubs and bars throughout the s. The soundtrack from the hit movie Urban Cowboy , which was largely shot at Gilley's, catapulted Lee to fame. The record spawned several hit singles, including Lee's "Lookin' for Love.
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