Connie Stevens

Connie Stevens

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Live radio is a lot of fun, especially when the unexpected happens. Listen to what happens in the middle of this interview when I interviewed Connie Stevens about her latest movie. The little girls at that time, Jolie and Tricia, she had when she was married to Eddie Fisher. Connie tried to control the situation with little luck. Connie Stevens was born Concetta Rosalie Ann Ingolia. She began her career in 1957 and got her first taste of fame playing Cricket Blake on the TV series “Hawaiian Eye” in 1959. Connie also had a hit record that we played back in 1960 called “Sixteen Reasons.”
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Live radio is a lot of fun, especially when the unexpected happens. Listen to what happens in the middle of this interview when I interviewed Connie Stevens about her latest movie. The little girls at that time, Jolie and Tricia, she had when she was married to Eddie Fisher. Connie tried to control the situation with little luck. Connie Stevens was born Concetta Rosalie Ann Ingolia. She began her career in 1957 and got her first taste of fame playing Cricket Blake on the TV series “Hawaiian Eye” in 1959. Connie also had a hit record that we played back in 1960 called “Sixteen Reasons.”
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