Moments To Remember - My Music


Updated Thu, Feb 27, 2014 1:29 pm

Tuesday, March 18 • 8 p.m.

The popular “Moments To Remember,” part of the “My Music” series, returns to PBS in March. Featuring legends of the late 50s and early 60s pop era, “Moments To Remember” is part of special programming airing on PBS. The performances and archival classics are co-hosted by Patti Page and Nick Clooney.

In this trip down memory lane, the late Frankie Laine came out of retirement to “spend one more night in our old rendezvous” singing his sentimental “That’s My Desire.” Italian crooner Julius La Rosa takes the stage to perform his classics “Eh Compari” and “Domani,” while Page sings her million-selling “Allegheny Moon.” The Four Lads, Four Aces, Four Freshmen, Roger Williams, Herb Reed’s Platters, DeCastro Sisters and others appear to sing their greatest hits. Archival performances from Rosemary Clooney and Perry Como round out this nostalgic special.

“Moments To Remember” includes:

• The Four Lads – “Moments to Remember”

• The Four Lads – “Down by the Riverside”

• The Four Aces – “Heart of My Heart”

• The Four Aces – “Tell Me Why”

• Patti Page – “Allegheny Moon”

• Rosemary Clooney – “Come On-a My House”

• Roger Williams – “Autumn Leaves”

• The Four Freshman – “Graduation Day”

• Perry Como – “Hot Diggity”

• Perry Como – “Wanted”

• Julius La Rosa – “Domani”

• Julius La Rosa – “Eh Compari”

• Frankie Laine – “That’s My Desire”

• Nat King Cole – “Mona Lisa”

• Nat King Cole – “Too Young”

• The DeCastro Sisters – “Teach Me Tonight”

• The Brothers Four – “Try to Remember”

• Lenny Welch – “Since I Fell for You”

• The Skyliners – “When I Fall in Love”

• Herb Reed’s Platters – “Harbor Lights”

• Herb Reed’s Platters – “My Prayer”

• The Duprees – “Why Won’t You Believe Me?”

• The Duprees – “My Own True Love”

• The Duprees – “You Belong to Me”

• Rosemary Clooney – “I’ll Be Seeing You”

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