The Lawrence Welk Show

Season 15 Episode 30

Country and Western Show (1970)

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Aired Saturday 9:00 PM Mar 21, 1970 on ABC
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Country and Western Show (1970)
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A Country Western Show Highlights: Guy Hovis, Neil Levang, Buddy Merrill, Richard Maloof, Clay Hart (also singing verses) with trombone section and Ralna, Dick, Salli, Jimmy, Cissy, Bobby, Gail, Ken perform the Wabash Cannonball. The Orchestra performs "Gentle on My Mind". Guy Hovis (also on guitar) & Ralna English perform "Take Me Back". Bob Ralston at the organ performs "It Is No Secret". Sandi Griffith & Salli Flynn perform "Cotton Fields". Ken Delo with Neil Levang on guitar perform "Oh, Shenandoah". Myron Floren at the accordion with clarinet section, Ralston, Maloof & Levang perform "Just Because". My Heart Cries for You: Norma Zimmer with Charlie, Curt, Jimmy, Kenny A Square Dance is performed by Bobby, Cissy, Jack, Gail, Ken, Norma, Dick, Salli Clay Hart on guitar performs "It's Over". Arthur Duncan performs "You Are My Sunshine". Ralna English sings "The Tennessee Waltz". Jimmy Roberts performs "Make the World Go Away". Buddy Merrill on the steel guitar performs "The Steel Guitar Rag". Joe Feeney and the chorus perform "Goodnight, Irene". Dick Dale sings "If I Could See the World Through the Eyes of a Child". Bob Lido & the Hotsy Totsy Boys with Salli, Cissy & Arthur and entire cast join in for "Mama Don't Allow No Music Played in Here".moreless

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Arthur Duncan

Arthur Duncan

Singer/Dancer/Himself (1964 thru 1982)

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Bobby Burgess

Bobby Burgess

Dancer Bobby Burgess

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Bob Ralston

Bob Ralston

Himself, Piano & Organ 1963-82

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