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Tuesday, 20 August 2013

Bobby Curtola In Liverpool

Bobby Curtola, (April 17, 1943 –) is an early Canadian rock and roll singer and one-time teen idol.  In the fall of 1959, sixteen-year-old high school student Bobby Curtola went from pumping gas at his father’s garage in Thunder Bay  Ontario, to the life of a teen idol.  The hit “Fortune Teller” was released in 1962 and went Gold in Canada. Curtola moved to Liverpool in September 2004 to the appreciation of a great many of his local fans. The 1960s singer hit the international spotlight with his 1963 hit, “Fortune Teller.” Over his career, he garnered 25 Canadian Gold singles and 12 Canadian Gold Albums.

Curtola Website: http://bobbycurtola.com/en/

Fortune Teller:    http://youtu.be/zKXdFriKuE8

On Aug. 26, 2005, Curtola performed before thousands of fans at Queens County Sea Fest in Brooklyn.

August 17th, 2013, in Liverpool, Curtola, Canada’s Rock n Roll legend, was awarded the Duke of Edinburgh Humanitarianism Award, for community service; to add to his collection of many others for his hard work, dedication and accomplishments.

Bobby said: “I am honoured to receive this award in the new place I call home, Liverpool!  And to receive it at the performance of Godspell, with these talented kids, it’s amazing”

A commemorative medal had been created to mark the celebration of both the 60th anniversary of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’s accession to the Throne in 1952, as well as the 40th anniversary of the Duke of Edinburgh Award Programme in Nova Scotia.

CONGRATULATIONS BOBBY on your successes and thank you for your gift of music. 

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