Jennifer Warnes

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Eligible since: 1993 (The 1994 Induction Ceremony)

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There are currently two references to Jennifer Warnes at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame: The biography of the Righteous Brothers and the biography of Leonard Cohen. Pretty soon there will be more.

Jennifer Warnes started as a solo artist in the late 60s. None of her albums or singles charted until 1977. Her biggest solo hit was "Right Time of the Night". She was a back-up singer for Leonard Cohen throughout the 1970s on albums and tours. She's had many hits as a duet partner. She also released Famous Blue Raincoat in 1987, an entire album of Leonard Cohen songs, which included duets with Leonard Cohen and Stevie Ray Vaughn

The Men of Jennifer Warnes:

Joe Cocker (Up Where We Belong) # 1
Bill Medley (I've Had the Time of My Life) # 1
Chris Thompson (All the Right Moves)
Leonard Cohen (Joan of Arc)
Stevie Ray Vaughn (First We Take Manhatten)

Jennifer Warnes and Stevie Ray Vaughn are both in the music video for First We Take Manhatten. Leonard Cohen is there too, just standing around

Posted by Roy on Monday, 05.26.08 @ 11:30am


So over boring.. A true humble artistic snob No thanks What Cohen see in her is beyond my knowledge..
No thank you!!

Posted by mrxyz on Saturday, 12.6.08 @ 22:12pm


There are currently two references to Jennifer Warnes at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame: The biography of the Righteous Brothers and the biography of Leonard Cohen. Pretty soon there will be more.

Jennifer Warnes started as a solo artist in the late 60s. None of her albums or singles charted until 1977. Her biggest solo hit was "Right Time of the Night". She was a back-up singer for Leonard Cohen throughout the 1970s on albums and tours. She's had many hits as a duet partner. She also released Famous Blue Raincoat in 1987, an entire album of Leonard Cohen songs, which included duets with Leonard Cohen and Stevie Ray Vaughan

The Men of Jennifer Warnes:

Joe Cocker (Up Where We Belong) # 1
Bill Medley (I've Had the Time of My Life) # 1
Chris Thompson (All the Right Moves)
Leonard Cohen (Joan of Arc)
Stevie Ray Vaughan on guitar (First We Take Manhatten)

Jennifer Warnes and Stevie Ray Vaughn are both in the music video for First We Take Manhatten. Leonard Cohen is there too, just standing around

Posted by Roy on Sunday, 11.21.10 @ 07:18am


There are currently two references to Jennifer Warnes at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame: The biography of the Righteous Brothers and the biography of Leonard Cohen. Pretty soon there will be more.

Jennifer Warnes started as a solo artist in the late 60s. None of her albums or singles charted until 1977. Her biggest solo hit was "Right Time of the Night". She was a back-up singer for Leonard Cohen throughout the 1970s on albums and tours. She's had many hits as a duet partner. She also released Famous Blue Raincoat in 1987, an entire album of Leonard Cohen songs, which included duets with Leonard Cohen and Stevie Ray Vaughan

The Men of Jennifer Warnes:

Joe Cocker (Up Where We Belong) # 1
Bill Medley (I've Had the Time of My Life) # 1
Chris Thompson (All the Right Moves)
Leonard Cohen (Joan of Arc)
Stevie Ray Vaughan on guitar (First We Take Manhatten)

Jennifer Warnes and Stevie Ray Vaughan are both in the music video for First We Take Manhatten. Leonard Cohen is there too, just standing around

Posted by Roy on Sunday, 11.21.10 @ 07:19am


Sidemen category maybe?

Posted by asif on Sunday, 11.21.10 @ 07:26am


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