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Connie Francis

Connie Francis: Among My Souvenirs… Besame Mucho… Carolina Moon… Lipstick On Your Collar… Stupid Cupid… Three Coins In A Fountain… Where The Boys Are… Who’s Sorry Now…

Connie Francis (born Concetta Rosa Maria Franconero, December 12, 1938) is an American pop singer and top-charting female vocalist of the late 1950s and early 1960s. Despite several interruptions in her career, she is still active as a recording and performing artist.

 

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From the age of four, Connie Francis was encouraged by her father to appear regularly at talent contests, pageants, and other neighbourhood festivities as a singer and accordion player.  In her teens she continued with this and also performed in talent shows (some of which were broadcast on television).  She also appeared on NBC’s variety show, “Startime Kids”, between 1953 and 1955.

In 1958, Francis was launched into worldwide stardom with the single “Who’s Sorry Now”. It reached Number 1 on the UK Singles Chart and Number 4 in the US.  Her second single, “Stupid Cupid”, was her second Number 1 in the UK and it reached Number 14 on the Billboard Chart.

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Connie Francis Backing Tracks -Al Di La    …    Among My Souvenirs  … Besame Mucho  … Burning A Hole In My Mind  … Carolina Moon  … Cincinnati Ohio  … Don’t Break The Heart That Loves You  … Everybody’s Somebody’s Fool  … For Mama  … Frankie  … Hollywood  … Hurtin’All Over  … It It Ain’t Love  … I’ll Come Runnin’  … I’ll Talk To Him  …I Never Once Stopped Loving You  … Just One Time  … Lili Marlene  … Lipstick On Your Collar  … Many Tears Ago  … My Happiness  … My Heart Has A Mind Of Its Own  … My Yiddish Mama  … Never Before  … Nobody But A Fool Would Love You  … Once A Day  … Robot Man  … Roundabout  … Stupid Cupid  … Run Away Little Tears  … Three Coins In A Fountain  … Together  … Vacation  … Where The Boys Are  … Who’s Sorry Now  …

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