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Eileen Barton - "Everybody's Buddy" (b/w "Goodnight, My Love").
The Matys Bros. - possibly "Sweet Sixteen" (b/w "I'm Alone Because I Love You").
Russ Hamilton "Rainbow" and "Wedding Ring"
13th (and final) Prime-Time episode.
Frankie Vaughan - "Can't Get Along Without You" (3pm half-hour).
The Four Lads - "There's Only One Of You" (4pm hour).
Jack Jones - "A Very Precious Love" (4pm hour).
The Shirelles - "I Met Him On A Sunday (Ronde Ronde)."
Eddie Robbins - "Dear Parents." (4pm hour).
TV Guide lists the (scheduled) guests as Les Paul and Mary Ford, and Hunt Stevens.
The Philadelphia Inquirer lists Ronnie Burns as guest. Burns, the son of George and Gracie, was originally scheduled to appear on the March 17, 1958 American Bandstand but cancelled due to a cold.
Barbara McNair - "He's Got The Whole World In His Hands"
Dick Duane - "Eternally" (3pm half-hour).
The Ames Brothers - "A Very Precious Love" (4pm half-hour)
Johnny and Jonie (Johnny and Jonie Mosby) perform "Kee-Ro-Ryin'."
The Jordanaires - "All I Need Is You" / "Little Miss Ruby."
John D. Loudermilk - "Susie's House" (3:00pm half-hour).
Jody Reynolds - "Endless Sleep" (4:00pm hour).
Mickey and Sylvia - "Bewildered" (3pm half-hour).
The Gum Drops - "You're The One" (4pm hour).
Teacho and his Students - "Stop" (3pm half-hour)
Gino and Gina - "(It's Been A Long Time) Pretty Baby" (4pm hour).
Jack Scott - "My True Love" & "Leroy."
Jim Eddy - "Livin' Doll" (3pm half-hour).
The Tyrones - "Blast Off" (4pm hour).
TV Guide lists the (scheduled) guests as Tommy Payne and Eddie Fontane.
But The Philadelphia Inquirer newspaper lists the guests as Lawrence Welk and The Lennon Sisters. (Welk and his band were in Philadelphia for a concert at Convention Hall.)
American Bandstand celebrates its 1st anniversary on network television.
TV Guide lists The Coasters and Jerry Wallace as the guests.
The Philadelphia Inquirer newspaper lists the guests as The Coasters and Duane Eddy.