Polka Is Focus Of Heritage

Bessman, Jim
November 1998
Billboard;11/07/98, Vol. 110 Issue 45, p13
Trade Publication
State that Cleveland International Records has launched a sister label, Our Heritage...Pass It On. Efforts to reflect America's ethnic Midwest; Comments of company president Steve Popovich; Release of `Here Come The Polka Heroes Volume 1 (The Greatest Polka Album Ever!!!)' and `Rocco Scotti With The Rome Symphony,' by former Cleveland Indians `Star Spangled Banner' singer; The polka collection as continuing Popovich's long-running crusade on behalf of the ethnic dance music genre.


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