David performed at Hard Rock Live in Northfield Park, OH on June 4, 2016
Photo by Jane Burris. (More photos here)
We had a great time at Ohio’s Rocksino June 4th. You did an amazing job at keeping the positive energy flowing. I had my 24 yr old daughter with me who has become a fan of the Partridge Family. She was starstruck. She was wearing a gold signet pinky ring as a tribute to you! I love how you incorporated other people’s music, telling stories of them (BB King, John Lennon, Davey Jones, your dad Jack). You have guitar-playing talent and seemed to really be enjoying yourself. Thanks for a free feeling, enjoyable time. Your band is so very talented and seemed to really love what they were doing. I am so glad to have seen you. Keep it up!! We really support you.
Janet and Naomi
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JUNE 8, 2016
David will be interviewed on the radio at 12 noon on http://www.474themix.com/
If you missed the interview you can listen here
David is being interviewed for print media (Princeton Packet – a group of papers) after the radio show.
Read the interview here
JUNE 3, 2016
David will be interviewed on the Mark Simone Show on WOR Radio in NYC
Listen in at 11:40AM on http://710wor.iheart.com/
The interview will also air on the iheartradio radio app.
If you are overseas or you miss the original show, you will be able to listen via the Podcast on wor710 after the show. Click over to the Mark Simone page and click on Marks podcast page for June 3rd, hour 2.
A Spooky Night With David Cassidy
David immediately captured the minds and hearts of the enthusiastic crowd with an opening Partridge Family troika of ‘C’mon Get Happy’, ‘Heartbeat’ and ‘Albuquerque’, all sung with energy and his usual commitment to excellence. The voice was smooth and clear with David effortlessly gliding up and down the octaves as he did over forty years ago……
Personally, the highlight of the concert was a perfectly executed version of ‘Spooky’ that took most of us long-time fans by surprise. With a punchy beat, the song rocks and allures while David’s impish come-hither smile had a number of young ladies excitedly giggling away.
The variety continued with a jazzy ‘Night and Day’, sing-a-long ‘Daydream Believer’, theatrical ‘On Broadway’, hard hitting ‘Sweet Little Angel’ and fierce ‘Hush’ before David made the announcement about his first solo top 10 single. I could see security grimace when they had to again chase away the wild women of Tonawanda as they rushed the stage to the opening bars of “Cherish is the word I use to descri-ibe…”.
Read more of Lucio’s review and see more of his photos here.