FILE - In this Nov. 27, 1978 file photo, singer Connie Francis poses for a portrait in Los Angeles. Francis, who gained fame in the 1950s, is auctioning some of her favorite trinkets at Heritage Auctions in Beverly Hills on Sunday. (Wally Fong, File/Associated Press)
FORT LAUDERDALE, FL. - Connie Francis' decades-long career was marked by all the glitter things of Hollywood royalty. There were No. 1 hit songs, iconic movies, Hollywood boyfriends, glamorous gowns and TV ap
Tune in to WOND AM 1400 Radio on Saturday, August 19th at 8PM as Connie Francis is interviewed live, by Jim Craine in Atlantic City NJ. For listeners outside of the Atlantic City area, the interview will be streamed from www.wondradio.com. #Interview #ConnieFrancis #AtlanticCity #WOND1400AMRadio
Connie Francis was recently interviewed at her home for a Japanese TV program "Song To Soul" which was televised Sunday, July 2nd at 11:00 GMT on BS-TBS. She discussed her 1962 Top 10 Hit "VACATION" among numerous others!
Connie has stated that "when "Vacation" was brought to me, they only had 'V-a-c-a-t-i-o-n in the summer sun.' That's all they wrote. I wrote the rest of the lyrics and didn't even take credit for it." http://www.bs-tbs.co.jp/songtosoul/ #Interview #ConnieF
Tune in on Friday evening, June 23rd at 11PM NYT to SiriusXM Radio Channel 21! Connie Francis will give an exclusive in-depth interview to radio host, Genya Ravan.
http://www.siriusxm.com/undergroundgarage/weeklyschedule #Interview #ConnieFrancis #SiriusXMRadio
(Photo credit Michael Razler) Her breezy pop hits and beach party movies made Connie Francis one of the biggest stars of the ’50s and early ’60s, but her life has been far from sunny. After a successful singing career with mega-hits like “Who’s Sorry Now,” “Lipstick on Your Collar,” and “Stupid Cupid,” plus a starring role in the 1960 spring break classic Where the Boys Are, the chanteuse suffered hardship and heartbreak in the decades to come—including rape, murder, and the