"Something About a Hometown Band"

Host:  Bobby Burgess

Original Air Date:  July 20, 1968

 

"Thereís Something About a Home Town Band" -  Arthur, Cissy, Bobby, Natalie, Jimmy, Salli, Steve, Sandi, Larry, Tanya, Joe, Andra

"Ten Feet Off the Ground" - sung and danced by Jack Imel and Bobby Burgess, with above chorus

"Till There Was You - Norma Zimmer

"The Clarinet Polka" - Myron Floren on accordion, danced by Bobby Burgess and Cissy King

"Oh Shenandoah (Across the Wide Missouri)" - Jimmy Roberts, with Curt, Steve, Charlie, Larry

"What the World Needs Now is Love, Sweet Love" - Tanya Falan

"Dakota" - Joe Feeney

"Ding Dong Daddy" - Larry Hooper

"Keep a Little Sunshine in Your Heart" - Sandi Jensen and Salli Flynn

"I Canít Believe Iím Losing You" - Steve Smith

Accordion Medley, including Have You Ever Seen a Lassie?/ Oh Where, Oh Where Has My Little Dog Gone? - Myron Floren on accordion, with Richard Maloof on tuba, Johnny Klein on drums, Buddy Merrill on banjo, danced by Lawrence Welk and Cissy King

"Du, Du Liegst Mir Im Herzen" - Dick Dale, with chorus

"The Band Played On" - orchestra

"Climb Every Mountain" - Natalie Nevins, with Andra, Joe, Cissy, Bobby, Larry, Sandi, Jimmy, Salli

"Corn Silk" - orchestra, featuring the clarinet section

"This Land is Your Land" - Dick Dale, with Curt, Steve, Larry, Charlie

"June Night" - danced by Arthur Duncan

" ĎBout Time" - Bob Lido, with Bob Havens on trombone

"Singiní in the Rain" - The Hotsy Totsy Boys

"Oh Johnny!" - Andra Willis and the Hotsy Totsy Boys

"Music Music Music" - Jo Ann Castle on ragtime piano

"My North Dakota Home" - Joe, Arthur, Steve, Jimmy, Larry, Bobby, Natalie, Cissy, Salli, Sandi, Tanya, Norma, Andra