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Mentioning Names-Shirley Jones-Music Man Fame

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  • bostonshrimp
    Dear Dan and Music Man Fans Yes, You re right. The Boston Common does that song and it IS on their recording. And speaking of mentioning names Shirley Jones
    Message 1 of 5 , Nov 9, 2005
      Dear Dan and Music Man Fans

      Yes, You're right. The Boston Common does that song and it IS on
      their recording.

      And 'speaking of mentioning names' Shirley Jones of Marian the
      Librarian fame was a guest of my Radisson Hotel in Boston last week.

      My idol! What a thrill to meet her in person... and she looks
      great! Ms. Jones looks very much like our friend, Judy Steinkamp.
      (Yes, Lloyd's child bride.) I've been singing ever since I saw her
      and my heart won't let me stop. Ah, what a way to live!

      Love to you all,
      Rosalind Severs-Frizzell
      The Boston Shrimp---

      In bbshop@yahoogroups.com, Dan Paymar <Dan@O...> wrote:
      > >I looking for a song that was sung by the Bar-B-Q-4 years ago when
      > >brother Dick sang with them. I think the name is "Don't mention my
      > >I talked with both Buzz Heager and Joe Liels. Both new of the song
      > >could not come up with any sheet music. Buzz seemed to think that
      the Bar
      > >B Q 4 got it from the Cleff Dweelers. I would like to find a chart
      on it
      > >,if at all possible.
      > >
      > >Any info will be greatly appreciated
      > >
      > >Thanks in advance,
      > >
      > >Gerry Carroll.
      > Gerry, you're probably thinking of "Mention My Name In Sheboygan".
      > have an LP of the Boston Common singing it, but I don't have the
      > sheet music. Actually, I would like it, too.
      > Dan
      > --
      > Dan Paymar
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