May 8, 2006
Susan: I’m very good Shadow. How are you?
Shadow: I’m good. Nice speaking with you.
Susan: Nice speaking with you too.
Shadow: Originally from Newport, Rhode Island and joining us live coast to coast from New Orleans, singer songwriter and former member of the legendary family pop group, The Cowsills, Susan Cowsill joins us. Welcome Susan, a pleasure speaking with you.
Susan: It’s a pleasure speaking with you, Shadow, how are you doing today?
Shadow: I’m well and how are you?
Susan: I’m very good, thanks.
Shadow: And firstly, my condolences on some rather trying family circumstances of late, Susan.
Susan: Thank you very much Shadow, I appreciate it and – ummm – trying? Yes. Very bad.
Shadow: I can only imagine.
Shadow: Susan, take us back. You along with brother Bill, Bob, Paul, Barry and John and mother Barbara were actually the real life inspiration for the hit ABC TV show The Partridge Family. What’s it like to look back on playing such a role in 60’s and 70’s pop culture, Susan?
Susan: Well, I would say that it’s a honor and a privilege to have made such a mark. You know a lot of people come and go. I think everybody makes their mark, some way, - you know – if it’s not public, it’s certainly personally. But it’s kind of cool being a part of history, you know, not everybody can say that. And it continues you know I mean as you live your life and you start as young as we all did, it doesn’t stop.