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The Arena Twins with Dave Archard around 1958. Dave Archard became a Top 40 radio deejay at Tampa's WALT-AM 1110 in 1958 and moved to St. Petersburg's WTSP the next year, where he remained until 1963, when he moved to Miami's WFUN.Sammy and Andrew…

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Sammy and Andrew "Andy" Arena, who performed together as The Arena Twins, were among Tampa's first recording artists in the late 1950s. Born in Tampa, Florida, the brothers entertained audiences since the age of 14, when they first took the stage at…

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Seated is Sammy Arena, with Andy Arena standing to his sife. Sammy and Andrew "Andy" Arena, who performed together as The Arena Twins, were among Tampa's first recording artists in the late 1950s. Born in Tampa, Florida, the brothers entertained…

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The Arena Twins in their later years. On the right is Sammy Arena and on the left is Andrew "Andy" Arena. Together, they performed as The Arena Twins and were among Tampa's first recording artists in the late 1950s. Born in Tampa, Florida, the…

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The Arena Twins performing live. Sammy and Andrew "Andy" Arena, who performed together as The Arena Twins, were among Tampa's first recording artists in the late 1950s. Born in Tampa, Florida, the brothers entertained audiences since the age of 14,…

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The Arena Twins performing live with a bassist and drummer. Sammy and Andrew "Andy" Arena, who performed together as The Arena Twins, were among Tampa's first recording artists in the late 1950s. Born in Tampa, Florida, the brothers entertained…

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Seven-inch 33 RPM vinyl record single of the song, "Oh, What a Shame," recorded by The Arena Twins, and arranged and conducted by Marty Manning. "Oh, What a Shame" is the B-side to the single, "Notify the F.B.I.," released in 1960 on Columbia…

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Seven-inch 45 RPM radio station copy of a vinyl record single of the song, "I'd Just As Soon Forget," recorded by The Arena Twins, and arranged and conducted by Marty Manning. "I'd Just As Soon Forget" is the B-side to the single, "Judy Says,"…