RIP Dick Clark

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taabru45 said:
....a big part of many of us growing up....RIP....sir......Steffan
I guess it was on Saturday mornings so it was big part of our household growing up in the '60's. My sister always was showing us the latest dance move she learned from it (it didn't hurt me either at the school sockhops :wink: )
 

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I remember always turning on American Bandstand when I'd get home from school. It was from Philly in those days and there were numerous hot babes that were regulars on the show.

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6L6 said:
I remember always turning on American Bandstand when I'd get home from school. It was from Philly in those days and there were numerous hot babes that were regulars on the show.

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I can relate, and I certainly remember the "hot babes" part. 8)

RIP, D Clark. :(

Joe
 

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I watched Bandstand a lot growing up. In addition to the popular music I remember Dick as having a pretty good ear for new sounds. It wasn't a big part of the show but he often slid in some new stuff that sounded odd at first, but proved popular over time. Look at the list and you'll see what I mean. RIP, Dick.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_acts_who_appeared_on_American_Bandstand
 
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