Remembering a Teen Idol

This is a story about an unlikely teen idol. When he was interviewed for National Public Radio in 1999, he explained,“…the biggest record of my career came late in the ’60s. It was an innocent little song that came out during the heyday of The Beatles during the San Francisco flower power thing. It was a song that was – it seemed the least likely to succeed. It was such a soft little innocent tune. And it kind of crept up the charts. And by the end of 1967, it was the biggest selling record of my entire career.” Continue reading