Jo Ann Campbell

ABOUT

Jo Ann Campbell (b. July 20, 1938) is a pop/rock singer who became famous during the early 1960s as a pioneer of the then-emerging rockabilly genre. She is best known for the spunky "(I'm The Girl On) Wolverton Mountain" (1962), her Top 40 hit answer song to Claude King's "Wolverton Mountain." She appeared in "Go, Johnny, Go" (1959) and "Hey, Let's Twist!" (1962).


Best known songs (with years) include:

  • A Kookie Little Paradise (1960)
  • (I'm The Girl On) Wolverton Mountain (1962)
  • Mother, Please! (1963)
  • I Found A Love Oh What A Love (1964)

Pop charts debut year: 1960

Years active: ca. late 1950s - ca. mid 1960s

Genres: Pop/rock, rockabilly

Labels: El Dorado, ABC-Paramount, Cameo, Atlantic

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