Last Kiss  In 1964, J. Frank Wilson and the Cavaliers had the first real commercial success with the song. The cover was released in June 1964 and reached the Top 10 in October. It eventually reached number 2 on the Billboard Hot 100 charts, and also earned the band a gold record.

J. FRANK WILSON Last Kiss Original 45 rpm

Last Kiss In 1964, J. Frank Wilson and the Cavaliers had the first real commercial success with the song. The cover was released in June 1964 and reached the Top 10 in October. It eventually reached number 2 on the Billboard Hot 100 charts, and also earned the band a gold record.

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Dev kiss it song made it to the number 1 on San Diego's radio z90 top 20s fans countdown

Max Martin - the ASCAP Pop Music Awards, 2013

Max Martin Photos Photos: Arrivals at the ASCAP Pop Music Awards

Colonel Parker had accepted an offer with a few local radio announcers to interview Elvis in the private hallway entrance of the International shortly before showtime; in exchange for $100,000 (which he had lost gambling in the Casino before the show began).

Colonel Parker had accepted an offer with a few local radio announcers to interview Elvis in the private hallway entrance of the International shortly before showtime; in exchange for $100,000 (which he had lost gambling in the Casino before the show began).

This issue: MSNBC host Chris Matthews says the GOP's "number one goal is to keep blacks from voting," while journalists debate whether Donald Trump more resembles an American Adolf Hitler or a "right-wing" talk radio host. Meanwhile, NBC anchor Lester Holt is already getting tingles up his leg about the prospect of "the first female President;" Disney boss Robert Iger insists that George Stephanopoulos is "fair and unbiased;" and an NPR reporter gushes that being kissed by Fidel Castro's…

This issue: MSNBC host Chris Matthews says the GOP's "number one goal is to keep blacks from voting," while journalists debate whether Donald Trump more resembles an American Adolf Hitler or a "right-wing" talk radio host. Meanwhile, NBC anchor Lester Holt is already getting tingles up his leg about the prospect of "the first female President;" Disney boss Robert Iger insists that George Stephanopoulos is "fair and unbiased;" and an NPR reporter gushes that being kissed by Fidel Castro's…

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