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Like Elvis with a stick up his *ss, but like Elvis nonetheless.

In the 1950s, two handsome young white men began their careers making the black sound of early rock and roll safe for the lily-white pop charts. Both were steeped in religion and gospel music as boys, and both were raised in the segregated South, but one important barrier did separate them in childhood: a set of railroad tracks. On the wrong side of the tracks in Tupelo, Mississippi, were the Presleys, whose boy Elvis would go on to become, well, you know. On the right side in Nashville were the Boones, whose boy Pat would go on to become, well, your somewhat tight-assed Birthstar. Pat Boone was actually the near equal of Elvis Presley in terms of chart success in the mid-1950s, though his racial-barrier-preserving, teenage-virginity-respecting image was everything that Elvis's was not. It probably goes without saying that electrifying charisma and raw sex appeal are unlikely attributes for a popstrological child of Pat Boone to possess, yet drab blandness and crippling sexual inhibition need not be your portion, either. Your Birthstar did battle against all things raw and thrilling from his perch in the constellation Old Guard, but unless you've got a particular bone to pick with some up-and-coming sexpot, his legacy to you may be as benign as your unfailingly polite demeanor and impeccable grooming.
Birthsongs
Love Letters In The Sand  Jun 3-Jul 7, 1957
April Love  Dec 23, 1957-Jan 5, 1958
Moody River  Jun 19-25, 1961
Frances McDormand (6/23/57), Ray Romano (12/21/57), and Matt Lauer (12/30/57) are popstrological Pat Boones.


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