Nov 24, 2020
In this week’s episode you will hear from some of David’s long term and loyal fans from around the world.
Singer-songwriter, Harriet Schock, pays tribute to David for his recording of her song, That’s The Way It Is With You; Barbara Balducci and Ruth Poulding share their poetry; male fans Christopher Jones and...
Nov 21, 2020
Cherish is my first book, a compilation of fans' memories about what it means to be a David Cassidy fan.
Memories and tributes are from around the world as fans, friends, former colleagues and band-mates share their thoughts on how David influenced them in many different ways, amusing anecdotes and examples of his...
Nov 17, 2020
This week on The David Cassidy Connections podcast we make a special visit to a place which forms part of David’s legacy.
Located less than 15 miles from Manhatten, West Orange offers a rich history. The first settlers landed in 1666 at what is now Newark Bay.
Town historian, Joseph Fagan, whose family roots go back...
Nov 10, 2020
As a young girl growing up in Liverpool, Ruth McCartney, would sit around the kitchen table with her mother, Angie, helping to deal with millions of fan mail for The Beatles – and earn a little bit of pocket money. It was a matter of keeping it in the family when Paul McCartney is your stepbrother.
Ruth was four years...
Nov 3, 2020
You will often have seen David wearing a sweat shirt carrying the name – John Jay College of Criminal Justice.
The college was the venue for his only press conference ahead of the sell-out concert at Madison Square Garden in March 1972.
Pat Ravalgi was Editor of The Individualist literary magazine and music editor of...