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Relive the excitement and remember the magical music of the early sixties with your host, Frankie Avalon. Recorded June 6, 1987 at Gulfstream Park, you can enjoy the playful exuberance of Peter Noone, the mellowness of The Association, the soaring falsetto of Lou Christie and the psychedelic sounds of Strawberry Alarm Clock singing their biggest hits. One of 4 shows to attract an older, affluent audience for Spring Break. Originally conceived as a "Spring Break" reunion to bring back yuppies and others who once frolicked on the Ft. Lauderdale beaches, the Broward Tourist Development Council decided to put on a series of concerts designed to bring back an older, more upscale clientele in order to attract visitors with money to spend in classy new hotels and gourmet restaurants.
Relive the excitement and remember the magical music of the early sixties with your host, Frankie Avalon. Recorded June 6, 1987 at Gulfstream Park, you can enjoy the playful exuberance of Peter Noone, the mellowness of The Association, the soaring falsetto of Lou Christie and the psychedelic sounds of Strawberry Alarm Clock singing their biggest hits. One of 4 shows to attract an older, affluent audience for Spring Break. Originally conceived as a "Spring Break" reunion to bring back yuppies and others who once frolicked on the Ft. Lauderdale beaches, the Broward Tourist Development Council decided to put on a series of concerts designed to bring back an older, more upscale clientele in order to attract visitors with money to spend in classy new hotels and gourmet restaurants.
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Relive the excitement and remember the magical music of the early sixties with your host, Frankie Avalon. Recorded June 6, 1987 at Gulfstream Park, you can enjoy the playful exuberance of Peter Noone, the mellowness of The Association, the soaring falsetto of Lou Christie and the psychedelic sounds of Strawberry Alarm Clock singing their biggest hits. One of 4 shows to attract an older, affluent audience for Spring Break. Originally conceived as a "Spring Break" reunion to bring back yuppies and others who once frolicked on the Ft. Lauderdale beaches, the Broward Tourist Development Council decided to put on a series of concerts designed to bring back an older, more upscale clientele in order to attract visitors with money to spend in classy new hotels and gourmet restaurants.
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