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Morning Man Classic: David Cassidy

David Cassidy , the biggest teen idol of the 70s, is in critical condition with organ failure at a Fort Lauderdale, Florida, area hospital.
Now 67, Cassidy earlier this year announced that he is battling dementia. Wishing him the best as he fights for his life.

Ten albums by The Partridge Family and five solo albums by Cassidy were produced during the show’s four year run on ABC and included such hits as I Think I Love You, I Woke Up This Morning, Doesn’t Somebody Want to Be Wanted and I’ll Meet You Halfway.

Cassidy became such a big solo concert draw that he sold out such US venues as Madison Square Garden and the Houston Astrodome and six sellout at the UK’s Wembly Stadium.

Cassidy never stopped working and starred for a season on the NBC series David Cassidy: Man Undercover in the late 70s and has had many successes on the stage including Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat and Blood Brothers on Broadway and Time on London’s West End.

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  1. November 20th, 2017 at 3:12 pm
    Robert A Lopez says:

    I am sad to hear about David Cassidy. I remember the show The Partridge Family back in 1972, which is 45yrs ago. Very handsome guy.

  2. I remember feeling a little giggly when David would shake that head of long dark hair. I never got to see him in person, or in concert. I had to subsist on his photos, and TV show. I will certainly miss his being with us on Earth.

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