On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Genre of this release: Pop music Folk, World, & Country music. Released at: This album was released on the label M. Aro (catalog number aro1). This album was released in 2006 year. US. Format of the release is.
Bobby Aro was born in Leonidas, Minnesota and raised in Zim, Minnesota. After completing schooling at the Radio Institute of Chicago, Bobby became music director and announcer at KHUZ, in Borger, Texas. After a year as a popular disc jockey and singer in the Texas Panhandle, Bobby moved to Chicago, where he appeared in area clubs, and on coast-to-coast radio and television programs.
Finn-glish Fun was released on Aro's private label and my attempts to date it have not been successful.
Fun is an album by singer-songwriter Daniel Johnston. It was his first major label release, as well as his only album for Atlantic Records. The album was produced by Butthole Surfers member Paul Leary. In 1993, Johnston, gaining popularity, was offered a contract under Elektra Records; although a beneficial agreement for Johnston, he refused, since Metallica, a band Johnston believed to be possessed by Satan, was under the label.
Fun, Fun, Fun" is a song written by Brian Wilson and Mike Love for American rock band the Beach Boys. It was released in 1964 as a single backed with "Why Do Fools Fall in Love", both later appearing on the band's album Shut Down Volume 2. Fun, Fun, Fun is one of the Beach Boys many songs that defined the California myth. Its lyrics are about a teenage girl who deceives her father so she can go hot-rodding with his Ford Thunderbird.
Bobby Aro certainly knew how to put on a show, and that’s just what he did for decades entertaining people throughout the country with his Finn-glish songs, stories and jokes. He came to fame with his northern Minnesota radio shows, recorded popular records like Highway No. 7, and developed an enormous and loyal group of fans before his death in 1996. He returned to northern Minnesota with his wife to raise a family and go to work for the Arrowhead Radio Network. Aro wrote several hit songs, including the first version of Highway No. 7 recorded in 1957, which he claimed sold a million records! In 1959, Aro joined WEVE in Eveleth and starred in the Bobby Aro Show on Saturdays. He entertained listeners with his radio show and, along with his band The Ranch-Aros, performed live throughout the US and Canada into the 1990s.
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|A1||Hwy. No. 7 - #3||2:05|
|A2||Kapakka In The Kaupunki||2:05|
|A3||Suomi River (Old Finns At Home)||1:30|
|A4||Ace In The Hole||1:40|