Tnt party zone* t n't party zone - one night in bangkok

When I was six years old American Bandstand with its dance party format became a TV hit with name singers and acts; and in 1963 or so the booming popularity of teen music prompted TV shows like Shindig , where the performers lip-synched to their songs. The music changed so fast and the music companies became so greedy, that by the time Woodstock rolled around, any name-act rock ‘n’ roll variety show was mostly priced out of range. George Harrison lamented that his charity-oriented Concert for Bangladesh became the victim of record company contract lawyers, who ignored the meaning of the concept, ‘charity.’