"Musical History Makers"
Host: Clay and Sally Hart
Clay and Sally Hart salute artists who have become a "Musical History-Maker" and their songs. Clay sings "Gentle On My Mind," Glen Campbell's big hit; Sally and Sandy Griffiths sing "I'd Rather Be Blue" as a tribute to Fanny Brice. Jimmy Roberts sings Tony Bennett's hit, "San Francisco," and Norma Zimmer sings Kate Smith's signature song "When The Moon Comes Over the Mountain. Ralna and Guy sing "Bye Bye Love."

MUSICAL HISTORY MAKERS             Hosts: Sally and Clay Hart                 Mar. 6, 1971

1 - Music, Music, Music

Jimmy, Gail, Ken, Mary Lou, Dick, Salli, Bob Ralston, Sandi, Bobby, Cissy

2 - Moonlight Serenade

3 - I'd Rather Be Blue

Sandi Griffiths and Salli Flynn, with Neil Levang on ukelele and Bob Smale on harpsichord

4 - Calcutta

danced by Bobby Burgess and Cissy King, vocals by Gail, Norma, Mary Lou
5 - Hot Lips

Norman Bailey and Charlie Parlato on trumpets
6 - Gentle on My Mind

Clay Hart (also on guitar), with Neil Levang on guitar, Buddy Merrill on dobro, Richard Maloof on bass

7 - Big Noise from Winnetka

sung and danced by Arthur Duncan backed by Bobby, Cissy, Dick, Mary Lou, Ken and Gail
8 - Rhapsody in Blue

Bob Ralston at the piano backed by orchestra
9 - I Left My Heart in San Francisco

Jimmy Roberts

10 - Stars and Stripes Forever

11 - We've Only Just Begun

Tanya Falan with chorus dancing and singing in background: Bob Ralston and Cissy, Salli and Clay, Gail and Jimmy, Guy and Ralna, Dick and Sandi, Ken and Mary Lou

12 - Begin the Beguine

Peanuts Hucko on clarinet and Russ Klein on saxophone backed by orchestra
13 - When the Moon Comes Over the Mountain

Norma Zimmer

14 - Be My Love

Joe Feeney with Bob Ralston at the organ and Bob Smale at the piano
15 - Bye Bye Love

Guy Hovis (also on guitar) and Ralna English
16 - Toot Toot Tootsie

Bob Lido and Mary Lou Metzger with the Hotsy Totsy Boys
17 - To Each His Own

Ken Delo

18 - Hoop Dee Doo

Myron Floren on accordion with Gail, Cissy, Salli, Sandi, and Lawrence dancing with Cissy

19 - impromptu rendition of Happy Birthday to Lawrence (68) by whole cast