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Bobby Vinton

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Bobby Vinton broke through 60 years ago with 'Roses are Red'

In April 1962, American steelworkers announced a price increase that riled the White House, the Houston Colt .45s, later to be renamed the Houston Astros, played their first game, “Casablanca” director Michael Curtiz died, Walter Cronkite made his debut in the anchor chair on “The CBS Evening News,” and Bob Dylan unveiled “Blowin’ in the Wind.”
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Bobby Vinton broke through 60 years ago with 'Roses are Red'

In April 1962, American steelworkers announced a price increase that riled the White House, the Houston Colt .45s, later to be renamed the Houston Astros, played their first game, “Casablanca” director Michael Curtiz died, Walter Cronkite made his debut in the anchor chair on “The CBS Evening News,” and Bob Dylan unveiled “Blowin’ in the Wind.”