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Bobby Darin (1936 – 1973), born Walden Robert Perciville Cassotto, was a two-time Grammy Award-winning American singer, Oscar-nominated actor and accomplished musician. Troubled childhood Bobby Darin was born to a poor, working-class family of mostly Italian descent in The Bronx. The person thought to be his father (who was actually his grandfather) died in jail   Read More …

Dream a little dream of me All I have to do is dream Life could be a dream

And now, only The Teenagers:

“Little Darlin” is a popular Top 40 song. It was written by Maurice Williams with both melody and doo-wop accompaniment strongly emphasizing the clave rhythm, and was released during 1957 as a rhythm and blues song by The Gladiolas. It was later covered successfully by The Diamonds, a pop group that had been performing the   Read More …

Bill Haley (July 6, 1925 – February 9, 1981) was one of the first American rock and roll musicians. He is credited by many with first popularizing this form of music in the early 1950s with his group Bill Haley & His Comets and their hit song “Rock Around the Clock“. Bill was precocious, having   Read More …

Categories: Stories of artists

There’s a moon out tonight There’s a glow in my heart 🙂 Frank Sinatra – Moon River Moon River – Connie Francis

The Rubettes were an English pop band of the 1970s. As a trademark, they were wearing on stage white suits and cloth caps. Their first release, “Sugar Baby Love“, was an instant hit remaining at number one in the UK for four weeks in May 1974 and remains their best-known record. The album “Sugar Baby   Read More …

Categories: Stories of artists

Watch and learn! The Temptations – My Girl Little Eva – The Loco-motion The Supremes – Where did our love go