Johnny Crawford comes from a family of musicians and was performing from the time he could walk. In 1955 his singing impersonation of Johnnie Ray led to a contract with Disney, where he became one of the original Mouseketeers. As an actor, Johnny Crawford has appeared in over 250 television productions, 15 movies, and 12 plays. He received an Emmy Nomination at the age of 13 for his role in the western television series, "The Rifleman."
Signed by Del-Fi Records in 1961, Johnny had five hits in the 1960s.Johnny has long been a fan of dance records from the first half of the 20th century. After making occasional appearances during the 1980s singing songs of that period to his own guitar accompaniment, Johnny spent two years in New York (1987-1989) as the vocalist in Vince Giordano's Nighthawks Orchestra. With The Nighthawks, Johnny was seen in numerous appearances on the East Coast.Now Johnny enjoys singing with his own vintage dance band as well as producing period music for film and special events. Since 1990 The Johnny Crawford Dance Orchestra has gathered an enthusiastic following in Southern California.
In a rebroadcast from 6/15/05, George Noory talked with astropsychologist and seer Dr. Louis Turi, who recounted his UFO abduction experiences and shared predictions. The first hour guest was Johnny Crawford. ... More »Host: George Noory
Astropsychologist and seer Dr. Louis Turi recounted his UFO abduction experiences and also shared some new predictions. Through hypnosis, he was able to recall being "sucked into the belly of a flying saucer," in August of 1991 during a Southern California highway trip. Turi said he witnessed "greys" as well as the blonde "Nordics" on the craft. His wife, who was also abducted, had a fetus removed from her, he reported, and a laser-like scar appeared afterwards that was not there before. Further, he noted that a "helmet" was dropped from the ceiling and placed onto his head, causing him to download a massive amount of cosmic information in a fraction of a second. ... More »Host: George Noory