Fanfare - Season 1

CBS (ended 1965)


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Episode Guide


  • Herman's Hermits/ Allan Sherman/ Woody Herman/ Roy Clark
    --Herman's Hermits - "The End of the World" & "I'm Henry VIII, I Am" --Herman's Hermits with Allan Sherman - "Mrs. Brown, You've Got a Lovely Daughter" --Allan Sherman and Peter Noone (of Herman's Hermits) - "Return to Camp Granada" --Woody Herman --Roy Clark --Karen Morrow
  • Ethel Ennis/ Mel Tormé/ Boots Randolph/ John Byner
    --John Byner --Ethel Ennis (singer) - "Petit Waltz" --Ethel Ennis and Al Hirt - "Paradise" --Boots Randolph --Mel Torme - "Ridin' High," "Comin' Home, Baby" --Mel Torme and Al Hirt - "South of the Border" and "I Love Paris"
  • Mary Wells/ Sally Ann Howes/ Allen and Rossi/ Leroy Van Dyke
    --Al Hirt - "September Song" --Lee Evans (pianist) - "Teacher's Pet" --Sally Ann Howes - "Let's Face the Music and Dance" --Leroy Van Dyke --Marty Allen and Steve Rossi (comedy team) --Steve Rossi - "I Never Knew" --Mary Wells - "Eight Days a Week"
  • The Ronettes/ The Highwaymen/ Sergio Franchi/ Linda Bennett
    --The Ronettes - "Be My Baby" --Linda Bennett - "You're Nobody's Baby" --Sergio Franchi (singer-actor) - "It Only Takes a Moment to Fall in Love," "Chicago" and "Take the Moment" --The Highwaymen (folk singers) - "La Bamba" --George Young (alto saxophonist) - "Flight of the Bumble Bee"
  • Liza Minnelli/ Little Anthony & the Imperials/ Johnny Tillotson
    --Al Hirt - "Begin the Beguine" --James Oliver Buswell IV (violinist) --Fred Crane (pianist) --Little Anthony and the Imperials - "Goin' Out of My Head" --Liza Minnelli - "Wait Till You See Him," "How Could You Believe Me?" and "The Strut" --Johnny Tillotson - "Heartaches" and "Gotta Travel On" --The Tokyo Happy Coats (instrumental group) --Jackie Vernon (comedian)moreless
  • Lesley Gore/ Tom Jones / Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass
    --Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass (instrumental group) --The Collins Kids (folk-singers) --Lesley Gore - "Sunshine, Lollipops and Rainbows" --Tom Jones - "What's New, Pussycat?" --Bob Lewis (comedian) --Minnie Pearl (comedian)
  • Lionel Hampton/ Shari Lewis/ Rich Little/ Barbara McNair
    --Al Hirt and Shari Lewis - "Real Live Girl" --Al Hirt, Lionel Hampton and Rich Little - "People" --Don Francks (musical-comedy performer) - "My Romance," "A Fine Romance" and "Isn't It Romantic?" --Lionel Hampton (jazz musician) - "Jazzland" --Shari Lewis - "On a Wonderful Day Like Today" --Rich Little (comedian-impressionist) --Barbara McNair - "This Could be the Start of Something Big" --Bruce Scott - My Favorite Things" --The Travelers Three (folk singers) - "Nobody Knows My Name"moreless
  • José Feliciano/ Teresa Brewer/ The Lettermen/ Erroll Garner
    --Teresa Brewer (singer) - "Cornet Man" --José Feliciano (guitarist-singer) - "Malaguena" --Erroll Garner (jazz pianist) --Jackie and Gayle - "That's How It Goes" --The Lettermen (vocal group) - "A Summer Place" and "More" --Charlie Manna (comedian)
  • Bobby Rydell/ Jackie Vernon/ Peggy March/ Roberta Sherwood
    Scheduled guests: --The Bitter End Singers --Big Tiny Little (pianist) --Peggy March (singer) --The Muppets --Bobby Rydell (singer) --Roberta Sherwood (singer) --Jackie Vernon (comedian)
  • Steve Allen/ Damita Jo/ Tessie O'Shea/ Frankie Randall
    Scheduled guests: --Steve Allen --The Ancient Fife and Drum Corps --Homer and Jethro (country comedians) --Damita Jo (singer) --Tessie O'Shea (British music-hall singer) --Frankie Randall (singer)
  • Dionne Warwick/ Gene Pitney/ Stan Freberg/ Chad and Jeremy
    --Al Hirt - "Gypsy in My Soul" and "Battle Hymn of the Republic" --Al Hirt and Anna Moffo - "Italian Street Song" --Chad and Jeremy - "Before and After" --Stan Freberg (satirist) - "Rock Island Line" --Bob Maxwell (harpist) - "Shangri-La" --Anna Moffo (Metropolitan Opera soprano) - "Sempre Libera" --Willie "The Lion" Smith (jazz pianist) - "Nagasaki" --Edward Villella and Patricia McBride (dancers, from the New York City Ballet) --Dionne Warwick (singer) - "Wives and Lovers"moreless
  • Gene Krupa/ Eydie Gorme/ Shari Lewis/ Eddie Rambeau
    --Al Hirt - "Java" --Eydie Gorme - "Shall We Dance" --Gene Krupa --Shari Lewis and Al Hirt - "Real, Live Girl" --Eddie Rambeau – "Concrete and Clay" --Carole Reinhart (trumpeter) - "Alexander Goedicke's Etude in E" and "Bugler's Holiday" --Leonard Rose (cellist) - "Saint-Saens' "Allegr Appasionata" --The Travelers Three - "Come Go with Me to That Land"moreless