RIP Fred Parris — ‘In the Still of the Nite’ and Well Beyond

The Five Satins. Fred Parris, far left.
Fred Parris returned to St. Bernardette’s Church in 2017 to sing “In the Still of the Nite” for a PBS special. This time they sang it upstairs.

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David Hinckley wrote for the New York Daily News for 35 years. Now he drives his wife crazy by randomly quoting Bob Dylan and “Casablanca.”

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David Hinckley

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David Hinckley wrote for the New York Daily News for 35 years. Now he drives his wife crazy by randomly quoting Bob Dylan and “Casablanca.”

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