Good Morning Everyone!
John and Del Torrison spent a couple of days with us last week. We had a lot of fun. As you might expect we visited the Mall of America and toured the lakes within the city of Minneapolis. Minneapolis is a "Cool" place. St. Paul is "Cool" too, just a different kind of cool. Maybe next time we'll check that out with them.
We're gaining traction on our upcoming visit to Port Washington Saturday the 19th. So far we can count on seeing John & Del Torrison, John & Sharon Magnusson, Vic & Nancy and Bob Kattner. Here's hoping we can attract a few more of you busy folks!
Vic suggested Upper Park Beer Garden if it's nice out. Personally I'm hoping to be outside drinking a beer, eating cheese curds and listening to German Polka music. If the weather does not cooperate we'll go to the Dockside Deli or Twisted Willow.
I'll provide an update later this week with more details.
OK Now down to Business!
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"My Special Angel" is a popular song by Jimmy Duncan, published in 1957. The song became a crossover hit in 1957 for Bobby Helms. "My Special Angel," which Bobby Helms recorded in July 1957, peaked at number seven on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and spent four weeks at number one on the US Country music chart. The single made the R&B chart as well peaking at number eight. It became a gold record.
"Save Your Heart for Me" is a song written by Gary Geld and Peter Udell and is most well known by a version recorded in 1965 by American pop group Gary Lewis & the Playboys and appears on the group's 1965 album A Session with Gary Lewis and the Playboys. Lewis and his band released their version as a single in June 1965, and it peaked at number two on the Billboard Hot 100 chart the week of August 21, 1965.
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"Personality" is a 1959 R&B/pop hit with music and lyrics by Harold Logan and Lloyd Price. It was released as a single by Price. The single reached #2 for three weeks on the Billboard Hot 100 and became one of Lloyd Price's most popular crossover hits. The song was also a #1 U.S. R&B hit, maintaining the top spot for four weeks. Billboard ranked it as the No. 3 song for 1959. The song reached #9 in the U.K..
Till Next Week