Pop! Goes the Country

Season 2 Episode 2

Milsap, Daniels, and Johns

Aired Unknown Sep 13, 1975 on

Episode Recap

Ronnie Milsap opens with Daydreams About Night Things – Ralph talks for a while, with Ronnie, and shows off a special shirt made for Ronnie, by a fan, with Ronnie's name and picture, then about the various gifts he receives from his fans – Jacksonville, Illinois native Sarah Johns sings her own composition: I'm Ready To Love You Now, part of it in Spanish – Ralph chats for a bit, with Charlie Daniels, first about how he's very popular with the younger generation, then about how he wears his hat, then Charlie performs his own composition: The South's Gonna Do It Again – Ronnie sings an abbreviated version of his 1974 #1 hit: Kris Kristofferson's Please Don't Tell Me How The Story Ends, then Ralph chats for a bit, with Ronnie, about how that song won a Grammy award. Ronnie then goes on to explain how he didn't really want to record the song, because he'd been singing it for years, and was rather tired of it, then adds how a different arrangement brought new life to it – Ralph introduces the concert section of the show, beginning with Charlie's performance of another of his compositions: Long Haired Country Boy – Ronnie then sings a medley of songs made famous by some female Country Performers, beginning with Linda Ronstadt's You're No Good, then Anne Murray's If You Won't See Me, and wrapping it up with Olivia Newton-John's Let Me Be There – Ralph gathers and thanks his guests, then Ronnie Milsap closes with Clap Your Hands.

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