Love Letters In The Sand – 24K Gold Music Shows
The song “Love Letters in the Sand” was first published in 1931. The music was written by J. Fred Coots and the lyrics by Nick and Charles Kenny. Gene Austin, Lee Morse, and Ted Black and His Orchestra each separately recorded the song in 1931.
In 1957 Pat Boone released his version of “Love Letters in the Sand” and it was number one on the Billboard Top 100 for five weeks and rated on the charts for 34 weeks in total.
Boone did the whistling in the instrumental portion of the song as well. The song originally had a short instrumental introduction, but most versions begin with Boone’s voice.
Andy Williams and Bill Haley and His Comets were among others who released recordings of the song.
Join the 24K Gold Music team as they present their cover version of “Love Letters in the Sand”. This song has an extra bonus as it features “youngest grandson, Matthew” as he whistles during the instrumental portion of the song.