Golden Hits Radio........Dateline: Oldies
- For those of you who will be pahking your cah in the yahd around Bahston in November........
- Apparently those little blue pills work :-)
- Two of the all-time great "troubadors" team up on the road
- Yet another artist whose family seems to keep digging up stuff to make a buck.......
- Barbra Streisand has a celebrity stalker
- Now HERE'S a diary I think we'd all like to take a peek at
Where In The World Is.......The Murmaids?
The Murmaids were a trio consisting of 2 sisters, Carol and Terry Fischer, and Sally Gordon. Hailing from Los Angeles, their one brief shining moment in the spotlight came with "Popsicles and Icicles" in 1964. It hit #3 in Billboard, and their lack of a follow up hit might best be described as a case of bad timing. The #1 song when "Popsicles" peaked was a little tune called "I Wanna Hold Your Hand" by a group you might have heard a thing or two about, ushering in the British Invasion.
They recorded an album following the success of "Popsicles" that was never released. The group's label, Chattahoochee Records, carried on the Murmaids name without any of the three original group members participating. Terry Fischer and Sally Gordon went to college, and Carol Fischer continued high school. Terry later became a successful background vocalist, making numerous television appearances and recording as a member of the Carnival featuring former vocalists for Sergio Mendes. In 1998, the Fischer sisters reformed The Murmaids with a new third wheel, Cynthia Perry. They recorded and released a CD, and they still actively tour. Find out more about The Murmaids on their website here.
Enjoy a sample of The Murmaids' wares..........
Golden Hits Radio's Burning Question of the Day
What was the first CD to sell a million copies?
Check back tomorrow @ Everything Oldies for the answer, and leave a Comment to take your best guess!!
Friday's Burning Question (and Answer) of the Day
Who were the biggest female solo artist, male solo artist, and group of the 70s?
Answer: Olivia Newton-John, Elton John, and The Bee Gees