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Freddy Cannon Raves over OUR R & B music!

Interview by June Harris, Disc, December 1962

STRICTLY NON-working hours for Freddy Cannon whenever he visits Britain are spent, whenever possible, at London's Marquee jazz club, watching Alexis Korner at work. As ...

Freddy Cannon Success is Simple: He Stays Himself

Interview by Louise Criscione, KRLA Beat, October 1965

A TORNADO OF talent just hit our offices in the person of one Mr. Freddy Cannon! Freddy is a phenomenon of our times because he ...

Freddy Cannon

Book Excerpt by Phil Hardy, Dave Laing, The Faber Companion to 20th-Century Popular Music, 2001

b. Frederick Anthony Picariello, 4 December 1939, Revere, Massachusetts, USA ...

Chuck Barris: Confessions of a Populist Mind

Interview by Steven R Rosen, Rock's Backpages, March 2003

Steven Rosen talks to self-confessed CIA assassin Chuck Barris – inspiration to George Clooney – about the pop classic he penned back in 1962. ...

Freddy Cannon:
Boom Boom Rock 'n' Roll: The Best of Freddy Cannon (Shout Factory)

Review by Steven R Rosen, blurtonline, February 2009

HERE'S THE MOST amazing music-trivia factoid in a long time, courtesy of the liner notes to Boom Boom 24-song greatest-hits collection: Mick Jagger acknowledges he ...

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