So long, Andy Williams.


84 years. RIP, Andy.
We never missed his show growing up. The Osmond Brothers, Claudine Longet (oo la la), Ray Stevens; every week someone new, someone sharing their talent for song, or dance, or story telling. No, we never missed it.

4 Responses

  1. Dude had a good long run.
    Seldom watched his show, but my parents did. He might be the last of the smooth crooners of the 20th century.

  2. None of you have heard me but I was a professional vocalist for several decades and the head Cantor at two of the wealthiest Catholic churches in Texas. When I was a kid, it was singing along with Andy Williams and Nat King Cole records that shaped my breath control and tone.
    Moon River still one of my favorite songs ever.
    That world of music is fading away.
    Like the drifters on that lyrical tide…

    • If you would like, I would consider it an honor and a privilege to host a video of you. Just let me know.

    • I was a baritone in my high school honors choir and the only one who could get hit and hold a low E. My best friend still talks about it, he said no porcelain bath room fixture was safe when I hit that note.
      I was a huge Nat King Cole and Johnny Mathis fan.
      I did love Andy’s ‘Moon River.’ The song was perfect for his voice and style and had it all to be a hit and make a name.

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