Where the Boys Are" is a song written by Neil Sedaka and Howard Greenfield for, and first recorded by, Connie Francis as the title track of the 1960 movie by the same name in which she was co-starring. Connie Francis recorded "Where the Boys Are" as the theme song for the motion picture Where the Boys Are a 1961 MGM release filmed in 1960 in which Francis made her movie acting debut as one of four coeds on spring break in Fort Lauderdale.
Connie Francis (born 12 December 1938 in Newark, New Jersey, USA) is an American pop singer best known for international hit songs such as "Who's Sorry Now?," "Where The Boys Are", and "Everybody's Somebody's Fool". Born Concetta Rosa Maria Franconero in Newark's Italian Down Neck or Ironbound section of Newark, New Jersey neighbourhood, she is considered the most prolific and popular female rock 'n' roll hit-maker of the early rock era – the late 1950s to the early 1960s.
One for the Boys is an unreleased studio album recorded by American entertainer Connie Francis. The album follows the concept of a tribute to the great crooners of the 1950s and their most famous hits. Between August 22, 1959 and August 26, 1959, Francis recorded the following songs at EMI's legendary Abbey Road Studios in London
Where The Boys Are. This song is by Connie Francis and appear. his song has been covered by Mary Sarah under the title "Where The Boys Are". Where the boys are, someone waits for meA smilin' face, a warm embrace, two arms to hold me tenderly. Where the boys are, my true love will beHe's walkin' down some street in town and I know he's lookin' there for me. In the crowd of a million people I'll find my valentineAnd then I'll climb to the highest steeple and tell the world he's mine.
Album · 1997 · 24 Songs. Turn On the Sunshine (From "Where the Boys Are"). 3. Follow the Boys (From "Follow the Boys"). 4. Tonight's My Night (From "Follow the Boys"). 5. Waiting for Billy (From "Follow the Boys"). 6. Italian Lullabye (From "Follow the Boys").
Album: Where the Boys Are Soundtrack (1960). Barry from Sauquoit, NyOn December 28th 1960, the movie "Where The Boys Are" opened in theaters across the . One month later on January 16th, 1961 the theme song entered Billboard's Hot Top 100 chart; and on March 20th, 1961 it peaked at (for 1 week) and spent 15 weeks on the Top 100 (with five. Williamson Henderson from Manhattan, Ny"Where The Boys Are" is still being performed by Miss Connie Francis nearly 50 incredible years later!!!!! During that song, the production showed film clips from the film "WTBA" on two huge outdoor movie screens. To show how she's still up with the times, Connie introduced the song as the "Gay National Anthem"!
Where The Boys Are. Artist: Connie Francis. Album: The Very Best Of Connie Francis - Connie's 21 Biggest Hits, 1963. Connie Francis quotes. I was never encouraged to do it and I played the accordion, which I hated. I wish I had taken piano because I definitely would have written more songs of my own, but I didn't.
By this time, Connie Francis was established as one of the top female vocal talents of her generation, and she was ready to experiment - you hear her successful move into country music, wonderful outtakes, and never-issued songs from her early-'60s sessions. Disc one has more highlights than most greatest-hits albums, notable among them a pair of unissued "Swinging Medley" tracks, and tracks from the most daring of all of her albums, Songs to a Swinging Band . Where the Boys Are. Howard Greenfield, Neil Sedaka.
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