In the mid 1970s, Dickey Lee recorded “9,999,999 Tears”, and it became a country and pop hit in 1976, and in 1977, Lee repeated this with another Bailey tune, “Peanut Butter,” which also went into the charts. As his songwriting talents became known, Bailey signed with RCA Records and in 1978 began releasing singles of his own songs. His first hit as a singer-songwriter, “What Time Do You Have To Be Back In Heaven?”, was on the charts for over four months. Bailey charted a total of seven No. 1 singles on Billboard‘s “Country” charts and another eight Top 10 in the late 1970s- early 1980s. His sound combines R&B influences with country; his version of Wilson Pickett’s “In the Midnight Hour” was a country hit. His last country No. 1 hit was with “She Left Love All Over Me” in 1982.
Bailey has had three double sided number 1’s in succession on the Country charts, a feat never accomplished by any other artist.
He also operates Razzy’s Hit House, his recording studio where he is helping other artist with their projects.
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