The Lawrence Welk Show

Season 13 Episode 26

March 9, 1968

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Aired Saturday 9:00 PM Mar 09, 1968 on ABC
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March 9, 1968
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Country and Western Hoedown Highlights: A Square Dance is performed by Jimmy, Andra, Bobby, Cissy, Bob Ralston, Lynn, Dick, Norma and musicians Frank Scott at the piano, Charlotte Harris on cello, Myron Floren on accordion, string section perform "Am I That Easy to Forget?" Norma Zimmer sings "The Wayward Wind". Lynn Anderson with musicians & chorus perform "There Ain't Gonna Be No Another Time". Bob Ralston at the piano plays "Don't Fence Me In". Joe Feeney and whole cast with Myron Floren on accordion & Buddy Merrill on guitar perform "Goodnight Irene". Jo Ann Castle at the honky tonk piano plays "The Yellow Rose of Texas". A Medley of "I'm a Long, Tall Texan/Turkey in the Straw" is danced by Bobby Burgess & Cissy King Natalie Nevins sings "The Tennessee Waltz". Guitarists Neil Levang & Buddy Merrill perform "San Antonio Rose". Jimmy Roberts sings "Make the World Go Away". Andra Willis sings "Anytime". Steve Smith sings "Here Comes Heaven". Unidentified: danced by Arthur Duncan Tanya Falan sings "I'm Walkin' the Floor Over You". Dick Dale performs "If I Could See the World Through the Eyes of a Child". The Orchestra performs "Wabash Cannonball" Larry Hooper sings "The Auctioneer Song" Sandi Griffith & Salli Flynn duet with "You Are My Sunshine". Myron Floren and Jo Ann Castle on accordion with Richard Maloof on tuba perform "Just Because". Bob Lido sings "Ragtime Cowboy Joe".moreless

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Bob Lido

Bob Lido

Singer/violinist

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Myron Floren

Myron Floren

Accordionist

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Jo Ann Castle

Jo Ann Castle

Pianist (1959-1969)

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