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What're Doing Tonight




According to Janie Fricke, her first chart single, "What're You Doing Tonight," came to her from her record producer.

Janie commented, "At that time, I followed the directions of my producer.  The song was written by Bob McDill and he was a very popular writer during those years.  So he pitched it to my producer, who thought the song was good for me, and my producer gave me the song and said, "here it is ... record it" and so I did.  "

"What're You Doing Tonight" made the country music charts September 17th, 1977 and peaked at #21.  It was Janie's first charted song and was on the charts for 13 weeks.




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