Frankie Avalon is an actor, pop singer, and former teen idol from the late 1950s. His best known songs include "Venus" and "Why," both of which topped the charts in 1959. Later hits with links to song clips are given below. Avalon appeared in many films, including a number of beach movies co-starring Annette Funicello.
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- Don't Throw Away All Those Teardrops 1960
- Swingin' On A Rainbow 1959
- Togetherness 1960
- Venus 1959
(This oldies classic, which was written by Ed Marshall and Peter DeAngelis, topped the charts in 1959. A disco version was later recorded in 1976 which topped the Adult Contemporary charts.)
- Where Are You 1960
- You Are Mine 1962
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