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Arnie Corrado

Arnie Corrado

Real Name:Arnie Corrado
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A17-year-old Arnie Corrado released his first record in 1966 although none of his records made Arnie a household name. Arnie next appeared on Mercury, with his name tweaked to Bobby Corrado.
Again, no hit, but Arnie aka Bobby released again the following year on Capitol, this time using the name Chris Holland.
After that, in 1972, Arnie Corrado returned to work with his dad Ralph in his famous Rosie's Diner in Little Ferry, New Jersey, so renamed after Nancy Walker was filmed there as Rosie the Waitress in a series of TV ads for Bounty paper towels.
The diner has a rich history of its own, well documented in newspaper archives and by diner aficionados, and Arnie is often mentioned. - "Obscure Originators Dept" at poparchives.com.au

Sites:poparchives.com.au , poparchives.com.au
Aliases:Bobby Corrado, Chris Holland (7)

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