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Cowsills Will Be King's Spring Concert Replacement
March 29, 1968
Times Leader
Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania


Junior Class of King’s College will present its annual spring concert meeting tomorrow night at 8 in the Kingston Armory.

Pictured are the famed “Cowsills,” a mother and her four singing sons, who are a lat replacement for “The Young Rascals” King’s students learned at the eleventh hour that the Rascals were pulling out of their concert here because their guitarist Gene Cornish, had contracted the mumps.

Members of the “Cowsills” include in front, John; from left to right are Bill, Barbara, the mother; Bob and Barry.

King’s students had song 2,500 tickets for the Rascal concert when the mumps intervened. Through fast work by the agency in New York City, the “Cowsills” agreed to fill the concert billing here. Doors to the armory will be open Saturday night at 6.

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