The Lawrence Welk Show - Season 8

ABC (ended 1982)




Episode Guide

  • July 20, 1963
    July 20, 1963
    Episode 46
    Lawrence's guest for this Italian themed show is Sylvia Livoti. Also appearing are Aladdin, Norma Zimmer, Jimmy Roberts, Neil Levang, Jo Ann Castle, Buddy Merrill, the Lennon Sisters, Barbara Boylan, Bobby Burgess, Art Depew and the Lawrence Welk Orchestra. Highlights: Sylvia Livoti sings "Volare". Aladdin performs "Tic a Tee", "E Cumpari" and "That's Amore". Norma Zimmer sings "Arrivederci Roma". Jimmy Roberts sings "Inamorata". Norma Zimmer & Jim Roberts perform "Santa Lucia". Jo Ann Castle performs "The Organ Grinder's Swing". Buddy Merrill and Neil Levang perform "Neapolitan Nights". Kathy Lennon performs "Mama". The Lennon Sisters sing "Dormi, Dormi". Barbara Boylan and Bobby Burgess perform "The Spider Dance". Joe Feeney performs "O Sole Mio". Art Depew performs "Napoli". The Orchestra performs "Tarantella".moreless
  • May 18, 1963
    May 18, 1963
    Episode 37
    Lawrence's guests are the group The Chantays. Highlights: The Chantays perform their surfing hit song "Pipeline".
  • 400th Television Show
    Celebrating their 400th TV performance, maestro Lawrence Welk and his group build the show around an Italian theme. Appearing are Bob Lido, Joe Livoti, Aladdin, the Lennon Sisters, Norma Zimmer, Jimmy Roberts, Buddy Merrill, Neil Levang, Jo Ann Castle, Joe Feeney and the Lawrence Welk Orchestra. Highlights: Songs included are "O Sole Mio", "Tarantella", "Volare", "Inamorata" and "Isle of Capri".moreless
  • February 16, 1963
    February 16, 1963
    Episode 24
    Appearing are the Lennon Sisters, Jack Imel, Dick Dale, Joe Livoti, Norma Zimmer, Barbara Boylan, Bobby Burgess, Larry Hooper and the Lawrence Welk Orchestra. Highlights: Songs included are "Say It With Music", "Who's Sorry Now", "Music, Music, Music" and a waltz medley.
  • February 9, 1963
    February 9, 1963
    Episode 23
    A salute to Valentine's Day. Appearing are Bob Lido, Aladdin, the Lennon Sisters, Dick Dale, Norma Zimmer, Joe Feeney, Larry Hooper, Jo Ann Castle, Myron Floren, Barbara Boylan, Bobby Burgess and Joe Livoti. Highlights: Songs include "You've Gotta Have Heart", "My Kind of Girl", "Let Me Call You Sweetheart" and "Peg O' My Heart".moreless
  • February 2, 1963
    February 2, 1963
    Episode 22
    Pianist Bob Ralston with Freddy Martin's band is a guest. Also appearing are Larry Hooper, Frank Scott, Jo Ann Castle, Jack Imel, Aladdin, Bob Lido, Bobby Burgess, Barbara Boylan, the Lennon Sisters, Norma Zimmer, Joe Feeney and the Lawrence Welk Orchestra. Highlights: Songs include "Canadian Sunset", "Say It With Music", "Put On a Happy Face" and "Tea For Two".moreless
  • January 26, 1963
    January 26, 1963
    Episode 21
    Country and Western Music provides tonight's theme. Appearing are the Lennon Sisters, Larry Hooper, Neil Levang, Norma Zimmer, Jimmy Roberts, Joe Feeney, Barbara Boylan, Bobby Burgess and the Lawrence Welk Orchestra. Highlights: Songs include, "You Are My Sunshine", "Big Bad John", "Wabash Cannonball", "Steel Guitar Rag", "Tennessee Waltz", "Skip to My Loo" and "Goodnight Irene".moreless
  • Variety Special
    Variety Special
    Episode 6
    Guest stars for this episode include Roberta Shore and Joe Livoti.
  • October 6, 1962
    October 6, 1962
    Episode 5
    Stanley Adams, president of ASCAP, a songwriters' organization presents an award to Lawrence Welk. Sylvia Livoti, daughter of Joe Livoti makes her singing debut. Also appearing are the Lennon Sisters and Norma Zimmer. Highlights: Sylvia Livoti sings "Whoop-de Do". The Lennon Sisters sing "Michael". Norma Zimmer sings "Smoke Gets In Your Eyes".moreless
  • A Tribute to the Movies
    A nod to Academy Award Winners, with musical hits from the past.