Former teen heartthrob coming to Boonville

David Cassidy to perform at Isle of Capri

David Cassidy will perform Friday, March 25, at the Isle of Capri casino in Boonville, Mo.

David Cassidy will perform Friday, March 25, at the Isle of Capri casino in Boonville, Mo.

Four decades after David Cassidy was the teen heartthrob du jour — before Justin Bieber’s mother was even born — the 60-year-old singer/actor is still plugging away, excitedly juggling various projects.

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Fresh off a short-lived stint on “Celebrity Apprentice,” the former Partridge Family star will perform Friday night at the Isle of Capri Casino in Boonville.

Cassidy said his show covers his life starting at the age of 13, when he bought an electric guitar the day after seeing The Beatles — who he would later come to know — perform on the Ed Sullivan show.

Cassidy’s show will take people through all his Partridge Family hits, solo hits and several acoustic numbers.

“You know, I really, truly am humbled by the enthusiasm and love that I get from people all over the world, and my fans have been just incredibly loyal,” he said. “It’s a wonderful, wonderful thing.”


What: David Cassidy, who will perform a musical journey of his life, including his hit songs that include “I Think I Love You” and “Breaking Up Is Hard To Do.”

When: 8 p.m. Friday

Where: Isle of Capri Casino in Boonville

Tickets: $25. They can be bought online at, or by calling 660-882-1239.

Restrictions: Must be 21 to attend. Tickets are nonrefundable.

Read more from the News Tribune's interview with David Cassidy, including his reaction to being the first one "fired" this season by Donald Trump on Celebrity Apprentice after being bullied by former Survivor contestant Richard Hatch, inside our newspaper or e-Edition for Thursday, March 24, 2011.


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