Lee Hazlewood

Country Singer

Birthday July 9, 1929

Birth Sign Cancer

Birthplace Oklahoma

DEATH DATE Aug 4, 2007 (78)

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Country music singer, producer, and songwriter who was a key figure in the musical style later known as Cowboy Psychedelia.

Before Fame

He grew up in the American South and fought for the United States in the Korean War.


He wrote and produced Nancy Sinatra's hit #1 song These Boots Are Made for Walkin', the popularity of which spanned generations.

Family Life

He was survived by his wife Jeane, his son Mark, and his two daughters Debbie and Samantha.

Associated With

He was involved in the early stages of the career of infamous record producer Phil Spector.