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February 23, 2014
That little high flourish he added to the harmonies is a part of the American musical landscape that will never be forgotten.
April 15, 2013
We were lucky enough to have shared three years of our lives with Bob and Mary when we lived in Las Vegas. Our fondest memory is having Bob and Mary visting us in our home in Toledo on his 80th Birthday RIP dear friend!
Barb and Mel Meyers
November 25, 2011
"Skylark", by the Freshmen, has raised the hair on my neck for many decades. Their harmony is timeless and the similarity to the Stan Kenton sound made it all the better. I'm thankful to them for the pleasure they brought us all.
November 24, 2011
"It's a Blue World" came on my radio while driving to school in 1951---I almost wrecked my car. The brilliance of Bob Flanigan and the Four Freshmen has stayed with me non stop for all these 60 years from their early concerts at the French Lick jazz festivals and their numerous visits to my alma mater Evansville College when Don Barbour was alive, to the week long engagement in Hot Springs Arkansas with Bill Comstock in the group,and on through the years.The jazz world has lost a giant,and the world at large has lost a nice decent man.
August 23, 2011
I saw the Four Freshmen 3 times in Lubbock Texas at the Texas Tech auditorium. They made the magic night for me and Bob who was a special life long friend! All through our life we always talked about the special things we had shared and the Freshmen concerts were on the top mentioned. We had all the albums and loved all their songs "Day by Day" and "It's a blue world" and later "Scotch and Soda" were great. We always bought tickets early to be up close to see the show they were the best harmony ever and what a elegant group of true preforming artists! Bob is gone now and now The Freshmen are also!! I still have all the albums and my memories!! Thank You Guy's those were better days!!!!
August 08, 2011
to the family of byron gonzales you are in our prayers
July 28, 2011
July 21, 2011
john
June 08, 2011
In the mid 60's the Freshmen played a Friday and Saturday on two
weekends at Sciolli's in North Philadelphia. I saw all four shows.
Also saw them at the Red Hill Inn in New Jersey. They were the best.
Bob is a part of everyone who heard him.
May 26, 2011
Bob Flanigan a 'legend'.
I first saw and met them in the 1960's in UK, they played 'live' both times. An unforgettable experience.

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