Flap’s Congressman Elton Gallegly representing the California 24th district will be having a fundraising event this spring featuring Frankie Avalon.
Everyone remembers teen idol, Frankie Avalon.
By the time he was 12, Avalon began making appearances on U.S. television for his trumpet prowess, and as a teenager, played with Bobby Rydell in a band known as Rocco and the Saints. In 1959, his songs “Venus” and “Why” both went to number one on Billboard magazine’s Hot 100. Indeed, “Why” was the last #1 hit of the 1950s. Avalon had 31 charted Billboard U.S. singles during his career from 1958 to late 1962.
Then there were the Beach Party genre movies with Annette Funicello and his starring roles in television and movies.
The entertainment part of the event starts at 9 PM.
For tickets please call the Gallegly campaign office at 805 522-4487.
Flap knows you will enjoy the program and also help re-elect our fine Republican Congressman who has served our district for many years with distinction.