The Life And Times Of Connie Francis Part Five
It’s been awhile, but I also up dated the first three, and I have enough information for two more blogs, but first here’s The Life And Times Of Connie Francis Part Four, and feel free to listen to the album afterwards.
1974– 1981: Tragedy and also return
After her moderate success with “(Should I) Tie a Yellow Ribbon Round the Old Oak Tree?” Francis started doing consistently once more. While showing up at the Westbury Music Fair in New York, on November 8, 1974, Francis was raped at the Jericho Turnpike Howard Johnson’s Lodge in Jericho, New York and also virtually stifled to fatality under the weight of a hefty bed mattress the wrongdoer had actually tossed upon her...Read More