NINO TEMPO'S ROCK AND ROLL BEACH PARTY features the new rage of the bobby sox crowd. Nino's star has been rising steadily since he was featured in the 20th Century-Fox musical, "The Girl Can't Help It," Columbia's "Eddy Duchin Story" and with leading roles in two pictures now before the cameras.

Nino was destined to become a musical success. How could he miss? At the age of five, he walked away with the grand prize on Major Bowes' Amateur Hour. His scat-singing completely captivated the massive radio audience and led to guest appearances with Benny Goodman at Madison Square Garden and with Glenn Miller's great band.

Nino's study of the clarinet, and later the transition to the tenor sax, began when he was ten years old . . . a show business anomaly . . . a washed-up singer at the age of ten. Though his singing career was called off due to new sounds, Nino never lost the spontaneous rhythmic feel inherent in all successful singers.

His proficiency as an instrumentalist led to a featured spot with Maynard Ferguson and, later, with the Lighthouse All Stars. Despite these successes, Nino's ambition is to make good as a singer and actor. His many screen credits and the constant demand for his services make such a goal certainly within the realm of reason.

NINO TEMPO'S ROCK AND ROLL BEACH PARTY is a sock assortment of standard "rockers" interspersed with Tempo originals. Add such perennial favorites as My Prayer, Allegheny Moon, Speak Low and Ev'rytime We Say Goodbye in the rock and roll idiom and the gang will be ready to kick up their heels . . . one precaution though . . . keep the sand off the hot dogs.

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