- Zella Lehr
Infobox musical artist
Name = Zella Lehr
Background = solo_singer
Born = Birth date and age|1951|3|14|mf=y
Burbank, California, USA
Instrument = vocals
Genre = Country
Occupation = Singer
Years_active = 1978-1985
Label = RCA
Zella Lehr is an American singer and entertainer. She had hit records on
RCA Recordsand Columbia Records, most notably Two Doors Down, a song written by Dolly Parton. She had been on the Billboard MagazineCountry charts for 18 weeks and in 1980 was nominated by the Academy of Country Musicand Cashbox Magazinefor the 'Most Promising Female Vocalist' award.
Zella has spent her life on stage, making her debut at the age of seven along with her Mom, Dad and two brothers performing as 'The Lehr Family'. She made guest appearances on the
Merv Griffin Showand The Tonight Show starring Johnny Carsonbefore becoming a regular on the CBS television show Hee Hawas the 'unicycle girl'. A TV Guidearticle of her exploits led to her first Las Vegas showroom engagement, which in turn resulted in appearances with Wayne Newton, Sammy Davis Jr., Glen Campbell, and the Statler Brothers. After relocating to Reno, Nevada she was named Northern Nevada's Entertainer of the Year for seven years in a row. She now lives in South Florida, where she continues to sing and entertain.
* [http://www.heehaw.com/ Hee Haw Official Site]
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