Who sang Have You Never Been Mellow?

Who sang Have You Never Been Mellow?

Olivia Newton-John
Have You Never Been Mellow/Artists

“Have You Never Been Mellow” is a popular song written by John Farrar and recorded by Olivia Newton-John as the title track for her album of the same name.

Who wrote Have You Never Been Mellow?

John Farrar
Have You Never Been Mellow/Lyricists

What accent does Olivia Newton-John have?

“I’m good, thank you!” she says brightly, her Australian accent still strong even though she has been living in the US for more than 45 years.

When was Have You Ever Been Mellow released?

Have You Never Been Mellow/Released

How old is Olivia Newton John?

72 years (September 26, 1948)
Olivia Newton-John/Age

Why does Sandy not have an Australian accent?

caused some confusion for fans of the 1978 movie when it was revealed that Sandy was from Salt Lake City, Utah — not Australia. The Australian Olivia Newton-John famously portrayed Sandy opposite of John Travolta’s Danny in the film, so she kept her accent for the film.

When was Olivia Newton John first?

Olivia Newton-John’s first significant break came in 1971 when her version of the Bob Dylan song If Not For You became an international hit, and her success in the field of country music saw her win three Grammy Awards in 1974 and 1975 for Best Female Country Vocal Performance.

When did Olivia Newton John release Have you never been Mellow?

Newton-John received a Grammy nomination for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance for her work on the song “Have You Never Been Mellow,” but lost to “At Seventeen” by Janis Ian. The album was certified Gold in the US. The LP sold 169,380 in Japan.

Who is the singer of Have you never been Mellow?

Song Have You Never Been Mellow Artist Olivia Newton-John Album Have You Never Been Mellow Writers John Farrar Licensed to YouTube by

Where did have you never been Mellow chart?

Have You Never Been Mellow was not as successful outside the US, and failed to chart in some countries like the United Kingdom. However, the title song was Newton-John’s first charting single in Japan, where it reached number 26 on the Oricon singles chart.