"America The Beautiful"
Hosted by Dick Dale
ORIGINAL AIR DATE: April 2, 1977

Favorite songs that represent cities, states, and other geographical
sites (and sights!!!) are featured in "America the Beautiful," a classic
Lawrence Welk show, hosted by Dick Dale. Spotlighting the East Coast,
Art Duncan taps to "Give My Regards to Broadway" and Tanya takes center
stage to sing "California Dreaming" to represent the West Coast. Jimmy
Roberts remembers "My Old Kentucky Home" and Sandi, Gail and Mary Lou
swing into "Chicago." Ralna and Guy sing "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot."

 01 My North Dakota Home

                        Jamie, Tanya, Anacani, Gail, Mary Lou, Ralna, Sandi,
                        Joe, Bobby, Ken, Guy, Jimmy, Larry

02 Give My Regards to Broadway

                        Danced by Arthur Duncan

03 Allegheny Moon

                        Kathie Sullivan, with Bob Smale on piano

04 Beautiful Ohio

                        Norma Zimmer

05 Mississippi Mud
                        Larry Hooper, sung and danced by Bobby Burgess and Cissy

06 San Fernando Valley

                        Dick Dale

07 Without You

08 Chicago

                        Orchestra, featuring Sandi, Gail and Mary Lou

09 The Wabash

                        Joe Feeney, with Norma, Gail, Sandi, Mary Lou, Dick,
                        Curt, Ken, Jimmy

10 San Francisco

                        The Semonski Sisters (5)

11 Deep in the Heart of Texas

                        Ken Delo, with Bob Smale on piano, Richard Maloof on
                        tuba, Neil Levang on banjo, Bob Havens on trombone

12 Swing Low, Sweet Chariot

                        Guy Hovis and Ralna English

13 San Antonio Rose

                        Orchestra, featuring Henry Cuesta on clarinet, Bob
                        Havens on trombone, Bob Smale on piano, Neil Levang on
                        electric guitar

14 My Old Kentucky Home

                        Jimmy Roberts

15 California Dreaming

                        Tanya Falan

16 Sounds a Little Goofus to Me

                        Sung and danced by Jack Imel and Mary Lou Metzger

17 Red River Valley

                        Ava Barber

18 On the Trail (from "The Grand Canyon Suite")

                        Orchestra, featuring Myron Floren on accordion