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Episode 20 - America's Oldies But Goodies - the '60s with guest Connie Francis53:43
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EPISODE 20 - Concetta Rosa Maria Franconero started out as an accordion player, but when she changed her name to Connie Francis, the hits just wouldn’t stop coming. With fifteen million sellers and a life story that has more ups and downs than the roller coaster at the Santa Cruz Boardwalk, Connie talks about “Who’s Sorry Now”, which she only recorded at her father’s insistence and the many recordings she’s made in fifteen different languages. And her movie roles – remember Angie in Where The Boys Are?