Baring all to get to Number One

Baring all to get to Number One

Published at 5:00am 14th June 2019.

A runaway success about streaking!

It was on this day (14th June) in 1974 that Ray Stevens was Number One in the UK.

He capitalised on summer craze doing the rounds back then.

For more of the best music from the decade - listen to KL.FM 70s

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