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BetteBack 1976: Bette Releases “Strangers In The Night” As First Single Off New Album

Syracuse Post Standard
January 3, 1976

Bette Midler‘s first concert tour in years, interrupted when the “Divine Miss M” had to undergo an appendectomy, is back on the road. Supported by material from a new album, Bette launched the tour Sept. 10 in Seattle, Wash. Her appearance in the Northeast is expected within a month.

Her new single is “Strangers in the Night.” Besides borrowing the Sinatra classic. Miss Midler has cut a version of the Patti Page oldie, “Old Cape Cod,” which also will be on the new album, entitled “Songs for the New Depression.”

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