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Fans shared memories of Cassidy online after his death Tuesday evening, with some sharing photos, others sharing remembrances of him being their first crush and video clips of his songs.
Bonaduce tweeted early Wednesday that he had “loved and admired David Cassidy for 48 out of my 58 years.” He added Cassidy was as kind to him as any real brother could have been, and said they had been through a lot, with Cassidy always there for him. RIP my dear friend.” Even while “The Partridge Family” was still in primetime, Cassidy worried that he was mistaken for the wholesome character he played.
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Cassidy, who only learned during tryouts that Jones would play his mother, worried that Keith Partridge would be a “real comedown” from his previous roles.
“So many people come up to me and talk to me about the impact it (the show) had,” he told Arsenio Hall in 1990.
The cast also featured Cassidy as eldest son and family heartthrob Keith Partridge; Susan Dey, later of “L. Law” fame, as sibling Laurie Partridge and Danny Bonaduce as sibling Danny Partridge.
It was an era for singing families — the Osmonds, the Jacksons.
“The Partridge Family” never cracked the top 10 in TV ratings, but the recordings under their name, mostly featuring Cassidy, Jones and session players, produced real-life musical hits and made Cassidy a real-life musical superstar.
The Partridges’ best known song, “I Think I Love You,” spent three weeks on top of the Billboard chart at a time when other hit singles included James Taylor’s “Fire and Rain” and Smokey Robinson and the Miracles’ “The Tears of a Clown.” The group also reached the top 10 with “I’ll Meet You Halfway” and “Doesn’t Somebody Want to be Wanted” and Cassidy had a solo hit with “Cherish.” “In two years, David Cassidy has swept hurricane-like into the pre-pubescent lives of millions of American girls,” Rolling Stone magazine noted in 1972.
In the memoir “Could It Be Forever,” he wrote of his prolific sex life and of rejecting Dey’s advances because she lacked the “slutty aspect of a female that I always found so attractive.” Cassidy would endure personal and financial troubles.