No Clowns Yet

Hutchinson, John
May 1976
National Review;5/28/1976, Vol. 28 Issue 19, p564
The article presents a narrative of the author's experience during Bing Crosby's benefit performance for the Tarzana Psychiatric Hospital and the Sugar Ray Robinson Foundation at the Los Angeles Music Center in California in 1976. The author describes how Crosby behaved at the backstage before he performed. The highlights of the show are also discussed.


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