American Bandstand - Season 11

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Episode Guide

  • Glen Campbell / The Sunshine Company
    12/9/67
    10
    Glen Campbell - "By the Time I Get to Phoenix."
    The Sunshine Company - "Back on the Street Again" and "Happy."
  • Strawberry Alarm Clock / Steve Alaimo (September 23, 1967)

    Strawberry Alarm Clock - "Incense And Peppermints."
    Steve Alaimo - "New Orleans."

  • The Turtles (on film) / Kenny O'Dell (January 6, 1968)

    Kenny O'Dell sings "Beautiful People."
    On film: The Turtles - "She's My Girl."
    Dick Clark interviews a Birmingham, Alabama disc jockey.

  • The Merry-Go-Round
    The Merry-Go-Round
    Episode 5
    10/7/67
    10

    The Merry-Go-Round - "On Your Way Out" and "You're a Very Lovely Woman."

    Dick Clark interviews a Portland, Oregon disc jockey.
    Plus, a fashion show for young girls.

    Dick Clark debuts "Soul Shakin' Psychedelic Sally" by The Hallmarks on the Rate-a-Record portion of the show.

  • Charles Wright and The Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band (September 30, 1967)

    Charles Wright & the Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band - "Spreadin' Honey."
    On film: The Grass Roots

    "Hot Line" segment: A telephone interview with comedian Bill Cosby.
    "Hollywood Hot Line": Dick Clark interviews a Charleston, South Carolina disc jockey.

  • The American Breed / Mother Hubbard
    4/13/68
    10

    Guests:
    Jack Bradford (astrologist and newspaper columnist).
    Mother Hubbard (60-year-old hippie and singer).

    In a filmed segment, The American Breed present "Green Light."
    Hot Line segment:
    A telephone interview with Dino Danelli of The Rascals.
    Hollywood Hot Line:
    Dick Clark talks with disc jockey Mick St. John of KONO, San Antonio.

  • Chris Montez / Vanilla Fudge (August 24, 1968)

    Scheduled guests:
    Chris Montez - "Love Is Here To Stay."
    Vanilla Fudge - "You Keep Me Hangin' On."

  • Boyce and Hart / The Sunshine Company (March 23, 1968)

    Tommy Boyce & Bobby Hart - "I Wonder What She's Doing Tonight."
    The Sunshine Company - "Look, Here Comes the Sun."

  • Bobby Vee / Manfred Mann (on film)
    3/16/68
    10
    Bobby Vee--"Maybe Just Today" & "My Girl/Hey Girl Medley."
    On film: Manfred Mann--"The Mighty Quinn (Quinn the Eskimo)" promo video.
  • The 1910 Fruitgum Co. / Brenton Wood

    1910 Fruitgum Co. - "Simon Says."
    Brenton Wood - "Lovey Dovey Kinda Lovin'."

  • Iron Butterfly / Tommy Roe
    3/2/68
    10

    Iron Butterfly - "You Can't Win."
    Tommy Roe - "Dottie I Like It."
    'Hot Line' segments: Telephone interviews with Frank Jeckell of The 1910 Fruitgum Company, and a Dayton, Ohio disc jockey.

  • Tribute to the Beatles
    3/30/68
    10
    Another AB tribute to the Beatles, with film clips of the Fab Four. Plus, the American Bandstand regulars dance to the Beatles' music.
  • Lenny Welch / Traffic (April 20, 1968)

    Traffic - "Here We Go Round The Mulberry Bush."
    Lenny Welch - "Darling Stay with Me" and "Since I Fell For You."

    Hot Line segment:
    A telephone interview with Cissy Houston of The Sweet Inspirations."
    Hollywood Hot Line:
    Dick Clark talks with disc jockey Garry Mann of Butte, Montana.

  • The Irish Rovers / Freddie Cannon
    6/1/68
    10
    The Irish Rovers-possibly "The Unicorn" & "Whiskey on a Sunday". Also appearing: Freddie Cannon
  • The Byrds (May 11, 1968)
    5/11/68
    10

    The Byrds - "Eight Miles High" and "You Ain't Going Nowhere."
    On film: Four Jacks and a Jill - "Master Jack."

    Also, an interview with Tommy James of The Shondells.
    Dick Clark interviews a Minneapolis disc jockey.

  • Steppenwolf / Dyke and the Blazers (May 4, 1968)

    Steppenwolf - "Born to be Wild."
    Dyke & The Blazers - "Funky Walk Part 1."

  • The Young Rascals (on film) / The People (on film)
    The Young Rascals (on film) - medley: "Easy Rollin'," "I'm Gonna Love You" and "Please Love Me."
    The People (on film) - "I Love You."
  • Frankie Valli / Kim Weston (February 24, 1968)

    Frankie Valli - "Can't Take My Eyes Off You."
    Kim Weston - "Nobody."

    "Hot Line" segment: A telephone interview with Marvin Gaye.
    "Hollywood Hot Line" segment: Dick Clark interviews a Spokane, Washington disc jockey.

  • The Music Explosion / Ray Chafin (February 17, 1968)

    The Music Explosion - "What You Want (Baby I Want You)."
    Ray Chafin -(possibly) "Good Time Girl."

  • Blue Cheer / Joe Tex (February 10, 1968)

    Blue Cheer - "Summertime Blues."
    Joe Tex - "Skinny Legs and All."

    "Hot Line" segment: A telephone interview with Chuck Barksdale of the Dells.
    "Hollywood Hot Line" segment: Dick Clark interviews a Lansing, Michigan disc jockey.

  • Don and the Goodtimes / Little Dion (November 4, 1967)

    Don and the Goodtimes - "Sally."
    Little Dion (7-year-old singer, protege of Jackie Wilson) - "Lonely Teardrops."

  • Bruce Channel / The Beatles (on film)
    12/23/67
    10
    Bruce Channel sings "Mr. Bus Driver" & "Hey Baby." On film: The Beatles - "Hello Goodbye" (video)
  • James Brown / Marva Whitney (February 3, 1968)

    James Brown performs "Cold Sweat."
    Marva Whitney (James Brown's protegee) sings "Unwind Yourself"
    "Hot Line" segment: A telephone interview with Jay Proctor of Jay and the Techniques.
    "Hollywood Hot Line" segment: Dick Clark interviews an Atlanta, Georgia disc jockey.

  • John Fred and his Playboy Band (January 27, 1968)

    John Fred & His Playboy Band - "Judy in Disguise (with Glasses)."
    Bill Page gives a demonstration of amplified sound.

  • The American Breed (on film) / Joe Simon (January 20, 1968)

    Joe Simon - "No Sad Songs."
    On film: The American Breed perform "Bend Me, Shape Me."
    "Hollywood Hot Line" segment: A telephone interview with Phoenix disc jockey, Pat McMahon.

  • The Box Tops / Jimmie Rodgers (on film)
    The Box Tops perform "The Letter" & "Neon Rainbow."
    On film: Joey Bishop interviews a hospitalized Jimmie Rodgers. (Rodgers was recovering from brain surgery following a near-fatal beating by an off-duty policeman).
    Hot Line segment: A telephone interview with Frankie Valli.
  • Merilee Rush / The Vogues (August 3, 1968)

    Merilee Rush - "That Kind of Woman."
    The Vogues - "My Special Angel."
    "Hot Line" segment: A telephone interview with Frank Jeckell of The 1910 Fruitgum Company.
    "Hollywood Hot Line" segment: Dick Clark interviews a Shreveport, Louisiana disc jockey.

  • Steppenwolf / Joe Tex (July 20, 1968)

    Steppenwolf - "Born to be Wild."
    Joe Tex - "Keep The One You Got."
    "Hot Line" segment: A telephone interview with Joe Pope of The Tams.
    "Hollywood Hot Line": Dick Clark interviews a a Tulsa, Oklahoma disc jockey.

  • 11th Anniversary Show (Part 1): The McCoys
    11th Anniversary Show (Part 1):

    The McCoys perform "Hang on Sloopy" and "Jesse Brady."
  • 11th Anniversary Show (Part 2): The American Breed, Mother Hubbard (August 17, 1968)

    11th Anniversary Show (Part 2)
    Guests:
    The American Breed perform "Bend Me, Shape Me" & "Anyway That You Want Me."
    Mother Hubbard (billed as "the world's oldest hippie")
    "Hot Line" segment: a telephone interview with Jimmy Mack, a DJ at WLWI radio, Indianapolis, Indiana.

  • The Ohio Express / Kasenetz-Katz Singing Orchestral Circus (August 31, 1968)

    The Ohio Express - "Down at Lulu's."
    Kasenetz-Katz Singing Orchestral Circus - "Down In Tennessee."
    "Hot Line" segment: A telephone interview with Terry Kirkman (of The Association).

  • The Strawberry Alarm Clock / Pink Floyd
    The Strawberry Alarm Clock - "Incense and Peppermints."
    Pink Floyd - "Apples and Oranges"
  • Brenton Wood / The Candymen
    12/2/67
    9.6
    Brenton Wood - "Gimme Little Sign" (and possibly "Baby You Got It").
    The Candymen - "Georgia Pines."
  • The Rose Garden / The Who (on film)
    12/30/67
    9.5
    The Rose Garden perform "Next Plane to London" & "Flower Town." On film: The Who - "I Can See for Miles" (video).
  • Brenda Holloway / The Lewis and Clarke Expedition (September 16, 1967)

    Brenda Holloway - "You've Made Me So Very Happy."
    The Lewis & Clarke Expedition - "I Feel Good (I Feel Bad)".

  • The Strawberry Alarm Clock / Evel Knievel (May 25, 1968)

    The Strawberry Alarm Clock - "Sit With The Guru."
    Motorcycle stuntman Evel Knievel is interviewed by Dick Clark.
    "Hot Line" segment: A telephone interview with Jim Yester of The Association.
    "Hollywood Hot Line" - Dick Clark interviews a Detroit, Michigan disc jockey.

  • B.J. Thomas / People (June 15, 1968)
    6/15/68
    9.4

    People - "I Love You."
    B.J. Thomas - "The Eyes of a New York Woman."

  • Merilee Rush / Albert King (June 22, 1968)

    Merilee Rush sings "Angel of the Morning."
    Albert King - "You're Gonna Miss Me When I'm Gone."

  • AB now in color: Brenton Wood / On film: Boyce and Hart, Ravi Shankar
    Brenton Wood - "Gimme Little Sign" and "Oogum Boogum Song"
    On film: Ravi Shankar - "Pather Panchali" promo
    On film: Boyce & Hart - "Out And About" promo
  • Van Morrison / Little Dion
    11/11/67
    9.2
    Van Morrison - "Brown Eyed Girl" and "Ro Ro Rosie."
    Little Dion - "10 Feet Tall."
  • The American Breed
    The American Breed
    Episode 13
    12/16/67
    9.0
    The American Breed perform "Bend Me, Shape Me."
  • Brenton Wood / Kenny O'Dell / Shirley and Alfred

    Brenton Wood - "Some Got It, Some Don't."

    Shirley and Alfred (Shirley Goodman and Brenton Wood) - "Kid Games And Nursery Rhymes."

  • The Lemon Pipers / Kenny O'Dell (April 6, 1968)

    The Lemon Pipers - "Rice is Nice."
    Kenny O'Dell - "Happy With You."

  • Paul Revere and the Raiders
    11/25/67
    8.9
    Paul Revere & The Raiders - "Peace of Mind" & "Do Unto Others."
  • Boyce and Hart / Little Dion
    6/29/68
    8.0
    Tommy Boyce & Bobby Hart perform "Alice Long (You're Still my Favorite Girlfriend)." Little Dion sings "Like They Do."
  • The Collage (May 18, 1968)
    5/18/68
    7.0

    The Collage perform "Driftin'" and "The Story Of Rock And Roll."
    "Hot Line" segment: A telephone interview with Chuck Barksdale of The Dells.
    "Hollywood Hot Line" segment: Dick Clark interviews an El Paso disc jockey by telephone.

  • Eternity's Children / Sajid Khan (July 27, 1968)

    Eternity's Children - "Mrs. Bluebird."
    Sajid Khan (formerly of NBC TV's "Maya") sings "Haram (Of Love and Peace)."
    "Hot Line" segment: A telephone interview with Chris Grimes of the Cherry People.

  • Jon and Robin / Buck Owens (July 6, 1968)

    Jon and Robin - "You Got  S t y l e."
    Buck Owens -possibly "Sweet Rosie Jones" (released 1 Apr 1968).

  • Billy Joe Royal (October 28, 1967)
    10/28/67
    0.0

    Billy Joe Royal - "Hush."
    The final judging of the "Miss 16" contest.

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