Richard began his singing career as a six-year-old soprano in Sunday school in his native Camden, New Jersey. He was a tenor in the buy cheapest cialis glee club in seventh grade, but when he returned in the fall for eighth grade, he was a bass!
He loved sports and viagra women music, decided he had more talent for the get propecia online latter, and developed a simple goal: “I wanted to be in the best vocal group in the world.” Before joining the purchase cialis cheap Oaks in 1972, Richard sang in various groups, most notably backing Elvis Presley as a member of The Stamps Quartet.
Baseball has also been a longtime passion for Richard. For many years, as a part owner of the buy cialis Nashville Sounds (Milwaukee Brewers AAA club), he attended spring training and buying real viagra without prescription took bus trips with the generic cialis canadian team. He now serves as the cialis professional no prescription team’s “official ambassador,” and attends games anytime he is in town during the season.
Richard’s well-tailored clothing reveals one of his other loves. “When I was singing part-time and cialis 30 mg working in a clothing store,” he recalls, “I developed a real interest in fashion, and it’s something that has carried through.”
He also enjoys fine restaurants, collecting wine, and traveling — particularly to the seashore, where he likes sailing and cialis price snorkeling. A fitness buff, he has a bicycle at home and cialis brand name keeps another stowed in a bay under the tour bus. He even has a case so he can check a bicycle aboard airplanes.
Because of his longstanding interest in weather (he enjoys watching the Weather Channel!), Richard recently recorded public service announcements for the National Oceanic and viagra dosage Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) weather radio network, the “voice” of the National Weather Service. Richard is also the “voice” for the Classic Country channel on Sirius Satellite Radio.