Turning Points in Rock and Roll: The Key Events That Affected Popular Music
by Hank Bordowitz
Citadel August 1, 2004
on Page 44:
. . . Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet, yet as they rose, his music also became central to the plot. The Partridge Family, which took the already middle-of-the-road Cowsills and pulled that vision of a family band even further into a pop-rather-than-rock direction, lasted four years and revived the sort of teen-idol worship that had made stars of Bandstand regulars like Fabian. . . .