It was 30 years ago today that the Queen of Comedy, Lucille Ball, died. Her work continues to endure and entertain various generations throughout the world because everyone loved Lucy! 🎭📺😆❤️😂
Remembering actor, singer and musician David Cassidy on what would have been his 68th birthday today. 🎵🎤🎸📺
Actor, singer, musician and author David Cassidy has died. Last week, he was admitted in to a Florida hospital due to kidney and liver failure. He was as 67.
In Feb. 2017, Cassidy appeared in an episode of Dr. Phil where he had admitted to having been diagnosed with dementia, which his mother had died from.
Cassidy was best known as having portrayed Keith Partridge in the comedy series The Partridge Family, which ran on ABC-TV from 1970 to 1974. He became a teen idol, whose face was plastered all over female teenagers’ bedroom walls during this time. When he wasn’t starring as Keith, he spent most of his ‘free’ time recording albums and performing in concerts all over the world. Before he got the The Partridge Family role, he had appeared in episodes of Adam-12, Bonanza and The Love Boat.
Cassidy was a great singer and musician. Sadly, I never got the opportunity to see him perform live. I know he’s putting on one heck of a great show in Heaven. Rest In Peace, David. 🎭📺🎤🎸🎵
Here’s one of my favorite DC/PF songs.
On Jan. 23, 1976, the Donny & Marie variety show premiered on ABC-TV. The series starred Pop singing siblings Donny and Marie Osmond.
Donny’s popularity first rose when he sang in a group with his older brothers and released such singles as “One Bad Apple” and “Down By The Lazy River.” He then went on to have a solo career and released hit songs like “Puppy Love” and “Go Away Little Girl.” Marie’s first hit song came at the age of 13 when she released the single “Paper Roses,” which reached #1 on the Billboard Country Music charts.
And the rest is HIStory and HERstory! 😀 🙂
On Dec. 31, 1985, actor, singer, songwriter and musician Rick Nelson, along with his fiancée Helen Blair, four members of his band and Nelson’s manager, were killed when the fourteen-seat, DC-3 private plane they were traveling in crash-landed near DeKalb, Texas.
From 1952 to 1966, Nelson appeared on his parents’ television show, The Adventures of Ozzie & Harriet. It was while he was on the series that he began singing, which eventually propelled his career into Rock and Roll stardom.
Here’s one of my favorite Ricky Nelson songs. 😀 ❤
Happy Birthday to one of my favorites: Actor Michael Vartan! 😀 ❤