comes to mind.
the King of Rock 'N' Roll. As my good buddy Karo
will tell you, too much Elvis is never enough!
"Too Much" - Elvis Presley (Valentine's Day 1957)
"Magic Moments" - Perry Como (Valentine's Day 1958)
"Catch a Falling Star" - Perry Como (Valentine's Day 1958)
Bowlerama striking, sparing, gutter balling, playing arcade
games and eating junk food. There was another reason why
we loved to hang out there. The place had one other thing
we could not get at home: air conditioning. In those days,
a/c was considered by many families, including mine, to be
a luxury rather than a necessity.
"Peter Gunn" - Ray Anthony & Orchestra
(Valentine's Day 1959)
"Beyond the Sea" - Bobby Darin (Valentine's Day 1960)
"There's a Moon Out Tonight" - Capris
(Valentine's Day 1961)
to make difficult spare combinations for cash prizes.
Around Halloween 1961, Don became the first bowler
on Make That Spare to convert the very difficult
6-7-8-10 Grandma's Teeth super split, collecting
$18,000. That's the equivalent of a gazillion today!
"Little Town Flirt" - Del Shannon (Valentine's Day 1963)
I pleaded. "All Dell rats are
presumed innocent until proven
guilty in a court of law!"