These from the comments on the YouTube page:That looks like Robert Goulet, but it isn't him, is it?
I'm trying to ignore the creepy fact that he's old enough to be her father - at least!
Where are these ladies now?
Boy, WBZ-AM and Hit Parader bring back some memories!When I got my first AM transistor radio..."Leader Of The Pack" was vying for Number 1 on WBZ-AM, 50,000 watts from Boston
Back then, as other 'geezers will agree, there was no MTV or Youtube, so what you saw was what came on Ed Sullivan or Shindig or ("Shudder!") Hullabaloo. Only magazine worth reading was Hit Parader, and you got lyrics to tunes as well...(who else might have interviewed Mike Bloomfield about what gear he used with Butter?)
I look back with warm nostalgia...then...think of some unmentionable thing that must have happened to three 14-year-old (or there abouts) girls who thought hey could break into the big time Where are these ladies now?
Saw them open for the Kinks in 1971 at the Santa Monica Civic. They were so good I figured they'd be headlining somewhere in the near future.You want some real All Ladies Rock-N-Roll?