“I guess I’ve never really been aggressive,” Andy Williams told Post interviewer Pete Martin in 1962, “although almost everybody else in show business fights and gouges and knees to get where they want to be.”
Martin spoke with Williams just as his career was beginning to take off.
In fact, this article, “Backstage with Andy Williams,” appeared the same week his own TV show premiered. It ran for nine years. And Williams continued singing into the next century, enjoying a long career like his fellow crooner, Perry Como.
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