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My father, James Brinn, worked at WXZY form 1948 until about 1980 as an engineer. Through him I met many of these talents shown in your website.

As the "Four Seasons sound" became more and more defined, other signature touches emerged, including dense but pristine-sounding percussion, such as the military-sounding march cadences and drum-stomps of "Sherry", "Big Girls Don't Cry", and "Walk Like a Man". The sophisticated harmonic patterns of the Four Seasons punctuated by the distinctive falsetto of Frankie Valli were at once classic and innovative, as was Crewe's use of melancholy harmonica on " Big Man in Town ", the space-age organ of " Save It for Me ", and the otherworldly glissandos of " Candy Girl ".

Dan is without doubt one of the most (if not THE most) entertaining, charismatic and energetic Robbie Williams tribute acts currently performing on the circuit today!

He can sing, he can swing, "He's the closest thing to the real thing!" , says Robbie's dad Pete Conway!

He has been fortunate to be praised by Pete who says "Dan's tribute to Rob is spot on! I couldn't tell the difference".

He has exploded onto the local scene in a way truly reminiscent of the man himself.
His energy and commitment levels are boundless and his resemblance to Robbie is striking to say the least.

So let him completely entertain you with the latest, the greatest and the swing hits too!

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I remember Detroit radio back into the 1940s and for some reason the name of Carl Zetterberg came to mind. I believe he was a newscaster on one of the Detroit radio stations in the 1940s and 1950s, maybe even into the 1960s. I remember hearing him bring evening news into our home in Plymouth. Does anyone else remember Carl Zetterberg, and I don’t mean the Red Wing player?

In South Africa "Mammy Blue" was recorded by the session group Charisma featuring vocalists Paddy Powell and Stevie Vann : produced by Graeme Beggs, this version spent twelve weeks at #1 making it the second longest running South African #1 hit. [3]


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