It’s March 17, 1972. The place: New York City’s Madison Square Garden.
A crowd of 22,000 screaming teens anxiously awaits the on-stage arrival of the world’s highest paid performer — David Cassidy, age 22.
Following a warm-up performance by Tony Orlando and Dawn — who sing their latest hits, “Knock Three Times” and “Candida” — the venue erupts in utter pandemonium as Cassidy takes the stage in his Elvis-inspired white jumpsuit and starts to sing hits from his new album, Cherish, the audience screaming with delight the entire time.
Fast forward 44 years to June 10, 2016. The place: New Jersey’s Newton Theatre.
The excited crowd of mainly female baby boomers whoops and hollers as they wait for their former teen idol, David Cassidy, 66, to take the stage. To them, Cassidy is not only a singer, songwriter, guitarist, and actor, but a certified pop icon.
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