Audio/video clip of Cassidy talking about his legacy available

As music fans mourn the passing of David Cassidy, the one-time teen idol known best for his role on the ‘70s musical sitcom The Partridge Family, we’re making available a short audio and video clip that you can use immediately.

During a 2015 interview with Jim Brickman, he talked about the legacy that he would leave behind after he was gone. “I’ve never thought about how I would want to be remembered,” he admitted during the conversation. “Probably, if I gave some thought to it, it would just be as someone who was a really caring, loving, human being, a good father. Somebody who tried to make the world a little bit brighter, a little bit kinder.”

Cassidy’s work on the television show spawned a stack of pop music hits, including “I Think I Love You,” which spent three weeks at number one on the Billboard charts in the winter of 1970. A successful solo career – with four more Top 40 hits – and additional acting work followed. He remained a popular presence on the concert circuit in the subsequent decades and performed his final show in 2016.

Join us in remembering David Cassidy.

The audio and video clip from the interview is available for download here.

If stations use the clip on air or online, they must credit the Jim Brickman Show.

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