Of course since then I remember Sinatra starting off, Elvis Presley, Bobby Soxers
, the 50s, 60s, and 70s music, and being a jiver and loving dancing.
Swenson was not the first to link many of these artists in print, a distinction belonging to Max Kozloff in his unsympathetic Art International article "'Pop' Culture, Metaphysical Disgust, and the New Vulgarians," a diatribe that called their work "sinister" and lamented the invasion of galleries by "the pinheaded and contemptible style of gum chewers, bobby soxers
, and worse, delinquents.
That famous verdict by bobby soxers
appearing on ``American Bandstand,'' the first network TV show dedicated exclusively to rock 'n' roll, is still the final word on new pop product some 50 years after the phrase was first stammered between sharp snaps of Bazooka bubble gum.
And to celebrate the charity event, Bobby soxers
Lisa Kennedy and Katrina Noble hitched a ride with three loud and proud hot rods.
Frank Sinatra opens in New York's Paramount Theater to thousands of screaming bobby soxers
Vogers audacious concept traces the polarities of today's political climate to stereotypes that reached their apex in '50s B-movies, when girls were classified either as perky bobby soxers
sipping sodas or leather-clad bad girls with loose morals to match their tight skirts.
In the 1940s, when bobby soxers
were swooning over him, he was an adviser to heavyweight contender Tami Mauriello, who was knocked out by Joe Louis in his only title shot.