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Neil Sedaka - "Bad Girl."
Vito & The Salutations - "Unchained Melody."
The Premieres perform "Farmer John."
Dale & Grace sing "Darling, It's Wonderful."
Jody Miller sings "He Walks Like A Man."
Shelley Fabares sings "Football Season's Over."
--Shirley Ellis sings "The Nitty Gritty."
--Steve Wahrer (singer & drummer of the Trashmen) - "Surfin' Bird."
Plus, Dick Clark plays some of the top records of 1963 including "You Can't Sit Down" (The Dovells), "Blue Velvet" (Bobby Vinton), "Be My Baby" (The Ronettes), "Da Doo Ron Ron" (The Crystals), and "Telstar" (The Tornados - a 1962 release, but still on the US charts in early 1963).
Skeeter Davis sings "I Can't Stay Mad at You."
Garnet Mimms sings "Cry Baby."
Dion (Di Muci) - "Donna the Prima Donna."
Major Lance - "The Monkey Time."
The Ronettes perform "Be My Baby."
Bobby Rydell sings "Let's Make Love Tonight."
Dee Dee Sharp sings "Wild!"
Linda Scott sings "Let's Fall in Love."
The Chiffons sing "A Love So Fine."
Also appearing are dancers who appeared on the first "Bandstand" show eleven years earlier. ("Bandstand" premiered as a local Philadelphia series on October 13, 1952.)
Bobby Bare - "500 Miles (Away From Home)."
Brian Hyland - "Let Us Make Our Own Mistakes."
Gene Pitney sings "Twenty-Four Hours from Tulsa."
Sunny & The Sunglows (featuring Sunny Ozuna) perform "Talk to Me."
Dale and Grace - "I'm Leaving it Up to You."
Wayne Newton - "Shirl Girl."
American Bandstand's 7th Anniversary Show.
Dick Clark presents clips from some of Bandstand's theme shows including the Roaring ’20's gala (from 9-Dec-1960), a Funhouse party (1961), and a skating party (1961).
Actress Susan Seaforth presents Dick Clark with a cake containing seven candles.
Johnny Tilloston - "Worried Guy."
Linda Scott -"Who's Been Sleeping in My Bed?"
American Bandstand celebrates the 10th Anniversary of the launch of Elvis Aron Presley's musical career. It covers his 8 years in the Pop Charts.
Brenda Holloway - "Every Little Bit Hurts."
Roosevelt "Rosey" Grier (of The Los Angeles Rams) sings "Fool, Fool, Fool."
Little Peggy March - "I Will Follow Him" & "Hello Heartache, Goodbye Love."
"Whispering" Bill Anderson - "8 X 10."
Roger Miller sings "Dang Me."
Johnny Rivers performs "Memphis."
Nino Tempo & April Stevens - "Honeysuckle Rose."
Don Grady (Robbie Douglas of "My Three Sons") performs "A Broken Heart Knows Better."
Bobby Vee sings "Stranger in Your Arms."
Plus, a tribute to The Beatles. (AB's first salute to the 'Fab Four'.)
The Crystals - "Little Boy."
Freddy Cannon - "Abigail Bleecher."
Terry Stafford sings "Suspicion."
The Pyramids - "Penetration."
Dusty Springfield sings "Stay Awhile."
Round Robin performs "Kick that Little Foot, Sally Ann."
Jimmie Rodgers sings "The World I Used to Know."
Dennis Provisor performs "Mickey Mouse." (In 1969, Provisor became the keyboard player for The Grass Roots.)
American Bandstand moves to California with guests:
Dick & Dee Dee - "All My Trials."
Jackie DeShannon--(possibly) "When you Walk in the Room."
Major Lance - "Rhythm."
Jan & Dean - "Sidewalk Surfin'" (with Dean demonstrating a few skateboard tricks).
Fabian (actor/singer) is interviewed.
Sam Cooke - "(Ain't That) Good News?"
Bobby Rydell - "Make Me Forget."
Duane Eddy - "Guitar Child" (with hand puppets operated by Dick Clark and Charlie O'Donnell).
Jackie DeShannon - "Oh Boy."
Jan & Dean - "Dead Man's Curve."
Mike Clifford - "All the Colors of the Rainbow (Turn to Blue)."
The Jaynettes - "Sally Go 'Round the Roses."
Neil Sedaka - (possibly) "The Dreamer" (charted 27Jul1963).
The Bermudas perform "Donnie."
Freddy Cannon sings "Odie Cologne."
Little Richard performs "Bama Lama Bama Loo."
Rene & Rene sing "Angelito."
Also appearing: Fabian
"Dick Clark's Celebrity Party" taped at Frankie Avalon's (former) home.
Annette Funicello - "Promise Me Anything."
Nino Tempo & April Stevens - "Deep Purple."
Donna Loren - "I Can't Make My Heart Say Goodbye."
The Challengers - "Foot Tapper."
Dick & Dee Dee - "Turn Around."
Donna Loren - "(Won't you Come Home) Bill Bailey?"
Trini Lopez - "Kansas City."
Dick Clark chats with partygoers Connie Francis, Bobby Freeman, Paul Peterson, Bob Marcucci (the current owner of the house), Dick Dale, Bobby Bell, Frankie Avalon, Deborah Walley, John Ashley, Wayne Newton, Judy Doll (Miss Teenage America 1964), Nick Adams, Connie Stevens and Jim Stacy, Johnny Crawford, Donna Loren, Bobby "Boris" Pickett, Jan Berry, Jill Gibson, Shelley Fabares, Dean Torrence, Jack Jones, George Hamilton, Pat Woodell, Gene Kirkwood, Bob Marcucci's uncle Joe, John Andrea and wife Marian, Kenny Miller, Jackie DeShannon and Johnny Mathis.
The Dovells perform "One Potato, Two Potato."
John Andrea sings "Cathy Can I Take You Home?"