From the Ask American Profile page in the American Profile Magazine.
Fron Newport, RI. and played in the late 60s with hits like "Indian Lake," "Hair" and "The Rain, the Park and Other Things." They continue making music despite losing their mother Barbara Cowsill who died in 1985. Brothers Barry and Bill Cowsill died in 2005 and 2006 respectively.
Siblings Paul, Susan, John and Bob recently began touring as a family again. Bob also plays drums for the Beach Boys. Of course, they were the inspiration of TV's "Partridge Family. They have a film documentary and a book in the works.
"She asked me why?" Why what?
BAY CITY ROLLERS
A Scottish pop band who took the Bay City part of their name from a Michigan town, split up in 1981 but have had brief revivals. Les McKeown was the lead singer back when they had their big hit "Saturday Night." He left the group in 1978. Now 54, he lives in London and tours up to 60 times a year with his Les McKeown's Legendary Bay City Rollers.
I remember our next door neighbor in Round Lake Beach was a huge fan of the group. She had to have worn out a couple albums and 45s.
How do you beat that spelling out "S-A-T-U-R-D-A-Y Night."
OK!! Now Stop Spelling It Out. --RoadDog
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