Leslie Morrison (born 29 December 1940), better known by his stage name Lucky Starr, is an Australian singer.
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.
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Yeah Thats How Rock'n'Roll Was Born
Poor Little Jimmy Brown
With Abba on Bandstand
I've been Everywhere
One Last Kiss
The Three Trees
Way Down Yonder
Rock Around The Clock (live)
Don't Let Go
Lucky Starr - I Love You So - 1962
June In Junee