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Frankie Lymon

"Little Bitty Pretty One"

60th anniversary ceremony of "In the Still of the Night."
February 22, 2016

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Plaque in St. Bernadette's church basement - New Haven, Ct
Original recording location in church basement
Fred Parris with wife, Emma, and original sax player, Vinnie Mazzetta
St. Bernadette's students singing "In the Still of the Night" to Fred
"Wild" Wayne with Fred Parris and wife, Emma, at reception
"Wild" Wayne and Fred
"Wild" Wayne presenting Fred with citation from US Senator Richard Blumenthal
"Welcome" banner

"Wild" Wayne presents original Frankie Lymon & Teenagers
tour jacket to the RRHOF
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"Wild" Wayne in front of the RRHOF
The Teenagers wearing original 50's tour jackets
"Wild" Wayne with Original Teenager Herman Santiago wearing original jacket (2016)
"Wild" Wayne presenting jacket to the RRHOF

Alan Freed reinterment ceremony in Cleveland, Oh - May 7th, 2016

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"Wild" Wayne with Lance Freed (Alan's son) & Jimmy Clanton
Unveiling of new Alan Freed marker
Unveiling of new Alan Freed marker (2)
Freed family in front of new marker
Lance Freed and Little Stevie Van Zandt at rear of Freed marker
"Wild" Wayne with Lance Freed and Little Stevie
Rear view (jukebox) of Freed marker
Front view of marker
"Wild" Wayne shares a private moment with Alan

The Rock 'N Roll Memory Machine has been your home for the best rock-n-roll from the 50's and early 60's for over four decades on WWUH, 91.3FM. Here, you can learn a little about the host, "Wild" Wayne, and get access to additional information you won't find anywhere else. Find the homepages of your favorite early rock and rollers, keep up-to-date with upcoming events in the Southern New England area and link directly to the online radio broadcast of the Memory Machine to listen every Sunday night between 6:00pm and 8:00pm Eastern Time from anywhere in the world!

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