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"I've always felt that Blues, Rock 'n' Roll and Country are just about a beat apart." - Waylon Jennings

This Week's Featured Artist

Connie Francis,
who recorded her breakthrough hit, "Who's Sorry Now"
this week in 1957.

Be sure to read
Gary James' interview with Connie Francis

Did You Know?

Connie Francis first heard the song "Stupid Cupid"
the same day that Neil Sedaka and Howard Greenfield
had written it. When she recorded it,
the song reached #14 in America and #1 in Great Britain.

Who sang that song that you have stuck in your head?
How high did it climb on the charts and in what year?
You can find out in our Who Sang That Hit? Section
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of some of the music world's biggest stars
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