Young voices have often carried well on the charts
February 25, 1989
La Crosse Tribune
La Crosse, Wisconsin
It must be a fascinating experience to be a talented youngster with a hit record on the charts. I’m not referring to the 21 or older set. (Elvis and the Beatles were young adults before their first hits appeared.) I’m thinking about the handful of juveniles who made it big.
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Remember the family group the Cowsills of “Rain, Park and Other Things” and “Hair” fame? They were all teeny boppers. Lead singer Barry was only 12 when their first hits were released.
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