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About David Cassidy
In 1970, David Cassidy made his career by becoming Keith Partridge on the television series The Partridge Family. When he first took the part, Cassidy had to convince the music producer that he was capable of singing, as he was originally not going to do any singing at all. Afterwards he became the frontman of The Partridge Family as the lead singer. As soon as “I Think I Love You” became a hit, Cassidy started on solo albums. His own single, “Cherish”, reached #9 in the U.S. placed David Cassidy on tour and under the category of “teen idol”.
The Partridge Family released a total of ten albums and Cassidy also released solo albums. He was one of the world’s highest paid live entertainers and right so, considering his concerts would break records for selling out stadiums in the U.S. and all over the world. His concerts often had herds of teenage girls stampeding toward the stage and in May 1974 in London, one girl, Bernadette Whelan, died from injuries. Afterwards, Cassidy no longer performed his weekend concerts. He had quit touring and acting in The Partridge Family anyway, focusing on recording and song-writing instead. His international success continued even though his United States success wavered a bit. In 1990 he came back to U.S. success with his album Lying To Myself. 1998 brought another top adult contemporary hit with “No Bridge I Wouldn’t Cross”. In 2002, his album Then and Now went international platinum and brought him back up to the top 5 in UK charts (the first time since 1974). He continues to record and tour all over the world.