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If it’s Sinatra’s world and we just live in it, how come he didn’t take us with him when he died?

Plenty of classical and jazz musicians have crossed over to rock ’n’ roll, but not many crooners. Where are the interpreters in the style of Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Ella Fitzgerald, and Tony Bennett? 539 more words


July 24, 1957 - Where are You, Bernardine?

On July 24, 1957, Fox Twentieth-Century Fox premiered Bernardine, starring one of America’s most popular teen heart-throbs. Concerts and albums already had this twenty-two-year-old in the millionaire club. 324 more words


June 16, 1957 - American Broadcasting Airs "The Amateur Hour"

On June 16, 1957, Americans watching Sunday night television tuned in to ABC at 9:00 PM for “The Amateur Hour“, hosted by Ted Mack.  156 more words


47. 'I'll Be Home', by Pat Boone

I’ll Be Home, by Pat Boone (his 1st and only #1)

5 weeks, from 15th June to 20th July 1956

Having just read back through my last post – poor old… 901 more words

Uk Singles Chart

INTERVIEW: Pat Boone- An Original

It’s not often you find originals.  Everything seems to be a copy or some kind of transposition from something that has been made or done before. 1,039 more words


My Weekly Spock: That Darn Hat! (Photos)

If you’ve ever seen Baffled with Leonard Nimoy and Susan Hampshire you might have noticed Nimoy wearing this brown bucket hat in a couple of scenes: 202 more words

Leonard Nimoy

90. Jerry Keller - Here Comes Summer (1959)

Here Comes Summer is often considered one of the first tailor-made summer anthems. The problem is, in the UK at least, that it arrived late. It entered the charts in August 1959 and didn’t reach number 1 until 9 October, toppling… 367 more words