Funshine Friday: Danny Bonaduce Sings ‘Feelin’ Groovy’ (1973)

‘All is groovy!’

We haven’t had a Funshine Friday installment in ages, so let’s enjoy one now. In the past, Funshine Friday focused on Seventies animation exclusively. After a few hundred installments I started running short on fresh ideas. From here on out the Fushine will include anything kid-oriented or just plain silly.

Here’s Danny Bonaduce, still a Partrdige Family cast member at the time, performing “The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin’ Groovy” on American Bandstand‘s Rockin’ The Palace in June of 1973.

The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin’ Groovy)” was written by Paul Simon and the original version appeared on Simon & Garfunkel’s Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme LP in 1966. Have a happy Funshine Friday!

Danny Bonaduce: ‘The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin’ Groovy)’ (1973)

Previously on Funshine Friday: Hanna-Barbera’s ‘Dinky Dog’ (1978)

More Danny Bonaduce at Bionic Disco: Daily 70s Spot #423: Danny Bonaduce For BF Goodrich (1977)

More Partridge Family at Bionic Disco: Partridge Pop: ‘I Can Feel Your Heartbeat’ (1970)

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2 Responses to Funshine Friday: Danny Bonaduce Sings ‘Feelin’ Groovy’ (1973)

  1. Doug M says:

    I wonder if that follow-up group “the Osmonds” were any better than this powerhouse? 🙂 Thanks for sharing this awesome flashback, love Bionic Disco!