Celebrity Q&ABy Robyn Flans on March 31, 2012
Whatever happened to the 1960s band The Association?
—Frank Roberts, Natchez, Miss.
The group, best known for easy-listening hits “Never My Love,” “Along Comes Mary,” “Windy” and “Cherish,” continues to perform with three original members, Russ Giguere, Larry Ramos and Jim Yester. Musical highlights of the act’s long, harmonious career, says Giguere, 68, include opening the 1967 Monterey Pop Festival and playing Chicago’s Ravinia Festival in the ’60s. “Also, we loved The Four Tops, and we got to tour two weeks with them in a concert called Legends for Liberty.”
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