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Petula Clark
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AIR DATE: April 22, 2010

"When you're alone and life is making you lonely... remember... you can always go... downtown."

Remember that song? British singer and Grammy winner Petula Clark talks about her classic hit, "Downtown," about partying with Elvis, and how she still appeals to audiences nearly 50 years later. She will be performing this Saturday at 8 p.m. at the Las Vegas Hilton.

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L├ęgendaire P├ętula dont le talent est immense !
claude drouhinMay 7, 2010 00:47:03 AM
Just try this song at 6:30 am as you are driving through DOWNTOWN to get to work. Made a chill come over me and helped me to work a many of mornings. A really nice song to listen to while getting to the work place. I think the radio stations knew when to play this song before the 7 am shift start in many of cities and factories. Thank you for doing the song so well Miss Petula. May god bless you and I hope you sing forever. Richard from North Carolina, USA
RichardMay 4, 2010 17:24:21 PM
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