Ricky Nelson grew up in front of television audiences on his family’s show, “The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet.” “Travelin’ Man” was written by Jerry Fuller, while waiting for his wife in a park. With an atlas with him, he looked up different places around the world as he wrote the song. After pitching the song to Sam Cooke’s manager, who threw it in the trash, Ricky’s bass player Joe Osbourne, heard it, retrieved it, and the rest is history.
Travelin’ Manby Ricky Nelson
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