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For the last four years we have enjoyed doing the 50's, 60's and 70's Concerts at Sea Cruises. For the "2009" cruise we enjoyed the concerts of Bobby Vee and the Vees, Paul Revere and the Raiders, The Guess Who, The Orignial Comets and Jan & Dean featuring Dean Torrence. As usual we had a great time, dancing every night with the dee jays and at Mike Harveys sockhop. Everyday we were doing something; trivia games put on by Jimmy Jay of Rewind, autograph signing, questions and answers with the band members, house band; "The Fabulous Chancellors" and an Elvis inpersonator. If this wasn't enough you still had your shore excursions, formal night and other things the cruise ship had to offer.

Pictures of our friends that joined us on the '2009' cruise
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Bowzer and Hippie Girl at the Sockhop Fun facts about the 60's John Lennon & Girlfriend


  • United States' populations was 177,830,000
  • Unemployment was 3,852,000
  • Average Salary was $4,743
  • Teacher's Salary was $5,174
  • Minimum Wage was $1.00
  • Life expectancy: Males 66.6 years, Femailes 73.1 years
  • Chubby Checker introduced the Twist on American Band Stand in 1961 and a new craxe was born with dancing becoming something you didn't need a partner for
  • The Mashed Potato, the Swim, the Watusi, the Monkey and the Jerk followed the Twist
  • This was also the decade of the Go-Go girls, on stages or in bird cages, who danced above the crowd
  • The Flinstones became the second cartoon on in primetime. (The first was Rock and his Friends in 1959.) Of course, more followed such as Alvin & the Chipmunks, the Jetson's and Mr. Magoo
  • Family television was Andy Griffith Show. Our sitcom of that decade was The Beverly Hillbillies. The sci-fi and supernatural included: Bewitched, The Addams Family, My Favorite Martian, I Dream of Jeannie, Star Trek, The Outer Limits, and The Twilight Zone
  • Who could forget Rowan and Martin's Laugh In. ou bet your bippy you can't!
  • The Peace Corps was created by President Kennedy in 1961
  • Martin Luther King delivered his "I Have A Dream" speech in 1963

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