The Cowsills In Magazines

References - Billboard Magazine
May 17, 1969
Billboard Magazine


LOUIS POLK, second from right, president of MGM Inc., presents a gold record award to MGM Records' group, the Cowsills, signifying one million records sold of their recording of "Hair." With Polk, left to right, are, Lenny Scheer, director of marketing; Benjamin Meinlker, executive vice-president of MGM Inc.; Tom White, Director of business affairs for MGM Records; the Cowsills family; and Sy Lesser, head of MGM Records.

Farrell's Pub. Wing Signs Deals With Intersong, Carlin

. . . and Romeo's "Indian Lake," a million seller for the Cowsills.

Atkins Will Open Minny Pops Season

MINNEAPOLIS - Chet Atkins will be featured in the June 17 opening program in the Minneapolis Auditorium fo the third annual Summer Pops Jubilee of the Minnesota Orchestra under George Trautwein, associate conductor.

Other Artists slated are the Cowsills, June 24; O.C. Smith, July 2; Percy Faith, July 9; and the New Christy Minstrels, July 23.

Romeo Racks Up 'de Bois'

. . . In addition, Romeo's "Indian Lake" tune, which became a million-seller for MGM Records' Cowsills, has been acquired for use on Dodge's "Charger" commercials.


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