Check into your page - and, if you've a flash compliant tablet - even chat while away from home! We have a high speed cloud connection, super-responsive relays and blazing fast service to provide you with the best quality available - so you can see every vein on his perfect body! Worship massive bodybuilders on our exclusive muscle cams, see live nude musclemen, get to know your favorite muscle hunks, and take a private video chat with any of our ripped, shredded, masculine guys!Check us out - new features everyday, new muscle videos everyday!He posed naked for Rolling Stone in 1972, when he confided that he had dropped acid as a teenager and smoked pot in front of the magazine’s reporter as he watched an episode of “The Partridge Family” and mocked his own acting.
David Cassidy stayed with his mother and by the early 1960s had moved to Los Angeles.
Kicked out of high school for truancy, David Cassidy dreamed of becoming an actor and had made appearances on “Bonanza,” ”Ironside” and other programs before producers at ABC television asked him to audition for “The Partridge Family,” unaware that he could sing and intending at first to have him mime songs to someone else’s voice.
Fans shared memories of Cassidy online after his death Tuesday evening, with some sharing photos, others sharing remembrances of him being their first crush and video clips of his songs.
Bonaduce tweeted early Wednesday that he had “loved and admired David Cassidy for 48 out of my 58 years.” He added Cassidy was as kind to him as any real brother could have been, and said they had been through a lot, with Cassidy always there for him. RIP my dear friend.” Even while “The Partridge Family” was still in primetime, Cassidy worried that he was mistaken for the wholesome character he played.
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Built in social media apps include instant messaging, follow your man, twitter and facebook feeds, and a customized member page, where you can collect your favorite men - and get frequent news and reports!“The Partridge Family” never cracked the top 10 in TV ratings, but the recordings under their name, mostly featuring Cassidy, Jones and session players, produced real-life musical hits and made Cassidy a real-life musical superstar.The Partridges’ best known song, “I Think I Love You,” spent three weeks on top of the Billboard chart at a time when other hit singles included James Taylor’s “Fire and Rain” and Smokey Robinson and the Miracles’ “The Tears of a Clown.” The group also reached the top 10 with “I’ll Meet You Halfway” and “Doesn’t Somebody Want to be Wanted” and Cassidy had a solo hit with “Cherish.” “In two years, David Cassidy has swept hurricane-like into the pre-pubescent lives of millions of American girls,” Rolling Stone magazine noted in 1972.“Thank you for the abundance and support you have shown him these many years.” “The Partridge Family” aired from 1970-74 and was a fictional variation of the ’60s performers the Cowsills, intended at first as a vehicle for Shirley Jones, the Oscar-winning actress and Cassidy’s stepmother.Jones played Shirley Partridge, a widow with five children with whom she forms a popular act that travels on a psychedelic bus.He made occasional stage and television appearances, including an Emmy-nominated performance on “Police Story.” Meanwhile, “The Partridge Family” remained popular in re-runs and Cassidy, who kept his dark bangs and boyish appearance well into middle age, frequently turned up for reunions and spoke often about his early success.