Well Frank, I was out there with the older kids on the street corners of Bridgeport's East Side joining in with some of those 1958 Doo Wop tunes.fdce54 said:
nfd2004 said:As the saying goes: "The Show Must Go On". But in these days of quarantine due to the coronavirus, that is NOT the case at all.nfd2004 said:
The Doo Wop Show that was scheduled for Staten Islands Center for the Arts, was forced to cancel their Saturday April 4th evening show.
But on that date, April 4th, Stilletto and Saxman came up with an idea. They wanted to put on a show of their own for all of us to enjoy during these days of quarantine.
The show was originally scheduled the same day that this site member, Chief Jack Kleehaas (68jk09) would celebrate his Birthday.
So Chief we dedicate this one to you as we wish you a Happy Belated Birthday.
Here is; "Stilletto and Saxman"
Yes, thanks, I have read some of that book about the "Wrecking Crew" and I was well aquainted with their drummer, Hal Blaine, staying in touch with him until he passed away.memory master said:Gman, did you get the pm I sent you recently?
Read the same book G, so impressed with Hal and Carol Kaye. The impact they made to music is immeasurable! Kind of Jealous that you knew Hal.guitarman314 said:
Thursday, May 7th was the 60th Wedding Anniversary for Doreen Arminio's father, Retired FDNY Firefighter Tom Brusca and his wife Lois.68jk09 said:Doreen Arminio's Father Tom Brusca 310 bottom row...... https://photos.google.com/share/AF1...?key=QzdDNWZlZjNQRWhOcllrQnUxdXZvOHhkMTl1Rk5n ........also her Dad on the left ....Glenn Harris R*2 & then 113 CPT Sal Cassano later Fire Commisioner....... https://postimg.cc/4Y2Y15Sp