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Connie Francis

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Connie Francis: Connie Will Rock For Britain!

Interview by Alan Smith, New Musical Express, 10 August 1962

THERE'LL BE no more weepie-weepie songs from Connie Francis once her current hit 'Vacation' leaves the charts... for Connie is to record special future releases ...

Connie Francis: Strictly For The Boys — That's Connie!

Interview by uncredited writer, Record Mirror, 9 March 1963


Connie Francis Returns to Sing for our Queen

Report and Interview by Alan Smith, New Musical Express, 28 June 1963

CONNIE FRANCIS must hold some kind of record for the number of times she's visited Britain in the past few years! She'll be adding another ...

Venus: The Role Of Women In Fifties Music

Overview by John Pidgeon, The History of Rock, 1981

APART FROM the amiable and avuncular Bill Haley, the most memorable figures of the first years of rock'n'roll presented an aggressively sexual, flamboyant, even threatening ...

Connie Francis: All-American Girl

Profile by Martin Hawkins, The History of Rock, September 1982

LISTENING TODAY to many of the records Connie Francis made for MGM in the late Fifties and early Sixties it is difficult to see their ...

One From the Heart: the Connie Francis Interview

Interview by Mary Harron, Collusion, September 1983

When the '60s British Invasion of the American charts began, Connie Francis' songs of teenage life and love were hits all over America. But the ...


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