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1963 Dick Clark "Caravan of Stars" program cover — tour headlined by Johnny Tillotson, The Supremes, The Crystals, Dee Dee Sharp, The Hondells, Lou Christie, & more.

Darlene Love (The Crystals), Ronnie Spector (The Ronettes), Dee Dee Sharp, Muhammad Ali, Dionne Warwick, 13 year old Stevie Wonder and Micki Harris (The Shirelles) at The Apollo, Harlem USA, 1963.

1965 Dick Clark "Winter Caravan of Stars" program cover — tour headlined by The Byrds, We Five, Paul Revere & the Raiders and Bo Diddly, & more.

The Crystals The Crystals, a singing group from the New York City area, was one of the most successful girl groups of the early 1960s, best remembered for the hit singles "He's A Rebel", "Da Doo Ron Ron" and "Then He Kissed Me".

from Accordion Uprising

Viola Turpeinen, the first recorded woman accordionist?

Viola Turpeinen was probably the first woman accordionist to record, and certainly the first female accordion star in America. A second-generation Finnish-American, starting in the 1920’s she played the Finnish dance circuit in the upper mid-west region of Michigan / Wisconsin / Minnesota. Eventually based out of New York, she toured widely and it became a tradition for dancers to see her headlining travelling shows every summer.

The Fat Spy (1966) Stars: Phyllis Diller, Jack E. Leonard, Brian Donlevy, Johnny Tillotson, Jayne Mansfield, Lauree Berger, Jordan Christopher ~ Director: Joseph Cates

from Rolling Stone

Bruce Springsteen - Rocking the Stars and Stripes

Rock 'n' roll icon Steve Winwood has his star unveiled on the Music City Walk of Fame June 5, 2012 in Nashville

from Rolling Stone

Fats Domino - 13 Rock Stars Who Disappeared