By SUSAN CHISM
ADVOCATE NEWS STAFF
You sing along when you hear Elton John start “Crocodile Rock” don’t you? Let’s face it. Music in the ‘50s and ‘60s was better than it is today. Can I get an Amen?
Last Wednesday Jim Bergman performed at the Senior Center during lunch. It was great! As I walked in, he was singing “In the Still of the Night,” a marvelous 1956 doo-wap number originally by the Five Satins.
He got more modern, with Neil Diamond’s “Sweet Caroline” from 1969. Then he moved to Lionel Richie’s 1978 “Three Times a Lady.” That was just last week, wasn’t it? The last number I heard was from 1960, “Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?” by the Shirells. Wonderful. For more information see the May 16, 2023 edition of The Greenville Advocate.