"Indian Lake is a scene you should make", and just about everyone from Andy Williams to Henry Mancini made that scene last Friday night at the Anaheim Convention Center.
The concert was staged as a benefit for the newly established Indian Scholarship Fund, and the line up was unbelieveable. It was out-a-sight!
Jonathan Winter served as master of ceremonies (slipping in a few routines of his own). Introduced dignitaries from various Indian tribal councils as well as Andy Williams, the Paul Weston Orchestra, Henry Mancini & last but not least the Cowsills, who completely brought down the house with songs ranging from "The Rain, The Park and Other Things" to "Poor Baby."
The Cowsills are relatively new to the musical scene but this isn't stopping them from ten guest shots and M.G.M has started talking about movies. Their first album, entitled "The Cowsill", was a complete hit. In February of '68 the Cowsills took their first trip to Europe. They traveled to London, Milan, San Remo, Italy, Rome, and Bolagna. It must have been nothing less than fantastic for this family, then back to the United States and their second album "We Can Fly."
Their success wasn't a surprise to anyone. And now they have hopes for a T.V. series of their own. Be sure and watch for their upcoming special on NBC, November 2 at 7:30, you won't be sorry.