Hootenanny

Season 2 Episode 23

University of Tennessee, Knoxville TN #2

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Aired Saturday 7:30 PM Mar 07, 1964 on ABC
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University of Tennessee, Knoxville TN #2
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"Hootenanny Saturday Night" (Everyone)

The Travelers 3: "Roll Along," "Tamora" The Carter Family: "Fair and Tender Ladies" Hoyt Axton: "Grizzly Bear"

The Simon Sisters: "Turn, Turn, Turn," "Wynkin', Blinkin' and Nod" Eddy Arnold: "Song of the Cuckoo," "Poor Howard"

The Carter Family: "Worried Man Blues"

The Travelers 3: "Land of Odin" Vaughn Meader: Stand-up comedy routine Hoyt Axton: "Thunder and Lighting"

Sheb Wooley - "That's My Pa," "Building a Railroad" The Serendipity Singers - "Chilly Winds," "Goin' Home"

FINALE: "Feast Here Tonight" (Everyone)moreless

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    The Travelers 3

    The Travelers 3

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    Hoyt Axton

    Hoyt Axton

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    The Carter Family

    The Carter Family

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    The Serendipity Singers

    The Serendipity Singers

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      • After The Simon Sisters sing "Turn, Turn, Turn," Jack Linkletter refers to them as "Lucy and Carly Simone." (Possibly he was thinking of Nina Simone.)

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      • Sheb Wooley, best remembered for the novelty hit "The Purple People Eater," was a regular on the Western "Rawhide" at the time of his appearance here. Wooley also performed "Building a Railroad" in MGM's folk music movie "Hootenanny Hoot" (1963).

      • Vaughn Meader was best known for lampooning President Kennedy on the smash comedy album "The First Family." This was his first network TV appearance after JFK's assassination.

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