More than 58 years ago, in 1961, Mike Love and his cousins Brian Wilson, Carl Wilson and Dennis Wilson, together with their friend from the Al Jardine family, formed a different type of "garage band." They took everything related to summer: the laity Back to their lifestyle, girls and fun, wrapped in their inclination towards southern California by the beach, sun and surf, and created their own songs and A different sound to everything someone has heard. His optimistic songs, but intricately arranged, emerged thanks to the strange wiring of Brian Wilson and the creative juices of Mike Love.
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In a sea full of tributes of "Rat Pack", there is only one who asks the question, "What if?"
What would happen if Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Sammy Davis, Jr. were still here? How would they react to today's world? How would they manage? Would they continue to resonate with the crowds when audience members are dragged in so many different musical directions? What would they joke about in a world that has also become P.C. or off the charts in the disgusting department? How would they make the world "cool" again?
Those are the questions that Rick Michel asked himself while designing a program based on Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Sammy Davis, Jr.
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Tropicana Bingo manager Marie Myers is responsible for making the game attractive and enjoyable on her property, which has been voted the best bingo hall in Laughlin for four consecutive years in the Mohave Valley Daily News reader survey Best of