Former teen idol David Cassidy now has his own station on Exclusive Radio.
For a time in the 1970’s David’s photograph, poster size, was probably on the bedroom wall of more teenage girls than any other teenybop star.
He came to fame in the role of Keith Partridge in the musical-sitcom The Partridge Family, the son of Shirley Partridge, who was played by his stepmother Shirley Jones. Indeed, the two of them were the only cast members to appear on any Partridge Family recordings.
Once I Think I Love You, the first single released by The Partridge Family pop group, became a hit, Cassidy began work on solo albums, including Cherish and Rock Me Baby, both released in 1972. Within the first year, he had produced his own single, a cover of The Association’s Cherish; the song reached number nine in the United States, number two in the United Kingdom (a double A-side with Could It Be Forever), and number one in Australia and New Zealand. He began tours that featured Partridge Family tunes and his own hits.
David achieved far greater solo chart success in the UK than in his native America, including a cover of The Young Rascals How Can I Be Sure and the double A-side single Daydreamer / The Puppy Song, a UK number one which failed to chart in the States. In Britain, Cassidy the solo star remains best known for Daydreamer, How Can I Be Sure and Could It Be Forever, all released during his 1972–73 solo chart peak.
You can now enjoy the music of David and the Partridge Family right here!
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