New York Times 19. April 1972


Notes on People

Few people in this country have ever heard of him, but Dean Reed, an American singer, is idolized in the Soviet Union, where, on his most recent tour, ho drew 16,000 people to a concert in Moscow's Lenin Sports Palace. Mr. Reed, who has lived in South America and Italy since 1962, has appeared in a dozen Italian-made "spaghetti Westerns," but yearns to live and work in his home land, of which ho has been openly critical. Insisting he is antiwar but not anti-American, Mr. Reed is here for his first New York professional appearance, under the most pro-American auspices he could think of. He'll sing tomorrow at the annual fund raising luncheon of the Boy Scouts of America, in the Waldorf-Astoria grand ball room.

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