Andy Williams was born as Howard Andrew, 70 years ago in America, he was a huge success in the 50's and 60's. He had 15 hits between 1956-1961 including "Butterfly", "Canadian Sunset", "Are You Sincere" and "I like Your Kind Of Music". In 1959 he became the "American Variety Club's" Personality Of The Year, and three years later he got an Emmy for Best Variety Show 62., which was the show where the Osmonds were on every week. Up until 1972 he had 29 Top 100 singles, but only two of them ever got into the Top Ten, they were "Can't Get Used To Losing You", and "Where Do I Begin Love Story", which was the theme from the weepie film "Love Story". He made over 30 albums, 12 of which made it into the Top Ten LP charts. In 1964 he appeared in the film "I'd Rather Be Rich", with Sandra Dee and Maurice Chevalier, the record "Almost There", was taken from the film and was a minor hit in America, but reached number 2 in the UK. When his television show came to an end, so did his record success as is popularity came from his famous show. A couple of years ago he released "Music To Watch Girls By", which was used as a car advert also. I thought Andy Williams was a great personality who had a lot of talent, I thought his television show was great, and I even still have some of his LP's. His best release though has to be "Music To Watch Girls By".