The Wilburn Brothers Show

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(ended 1974)

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  • Season 11
    • Porter and Dolly
      Porter and Dolly
      Episode 23
      2/9/74
      9.5
      Doyle and Teddy open with 'It's A Big Ol' Heartache' - Porter sings 'My Childhood Playground' – Doyle interviews Porter – Dolly sings 'Jolene' – Doyle and Teddy sing 'Breakin' In A Brand New Broken Heart' – Porter performs the spoken-word number: 'George Leroy Chickasha' – The Nashville Tennesseans perform a brief instrumental number – Porter And Dolly sing Dolly's composition 'Daddy Was An Old Time Preacher Man', backed up by Doyle and Teddy – Dolly closes with 'Gypsy Joe And Me'.moreless
    • Jean Shepard II
      Jean Shepard II
      Episode 12
      11/24/73
      0.0

      Doyle And Teddy open with We Need A Lot More Happiness – Jean Shepard sings Slippin' Away – Doyle briefly interviews Jean Shepard – 'Bashful' Brother Oswald sings My Long Journey Home – Doyle and Teddy sing Somebody's Back In Town – Bill Robinson plays The Bells Of St. Mary's on the hammer dulcimer – Jean Shepard sings a Bill Anderson composition titled: At The Time – The Tennesseans play a brief instrumental number – Doyle and Teddy sing Burning Bridges – Doyle interviews Brother Oswald, during which, he tells a humorous story – Oswald closes with Little Darlin'.

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    • Jeannie C. Riley II
      11/17/73
      0.0

      Doyle and Teddy open with The City's Goin' Country – Jeannie C. Riley sings Missouri – Teddy briefly interviews Jeannie – Jerry Van Tassel sings I'm Not The Man I Used To Be – Doyle and Teddy perform Someone Before Me – Jeannie C. Riley sings Kris Kristofferson's lovely Why Me, Lord? – Pianist Del Wood plays the lively There's A Big Wheel – Doyle and Teddy perform Carefree Moments – Jerry Van Tassel closes with Rednecks, White Socks, And Blue Ribbon Beer.

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    • Billy 'Crash' Craddock
      11/10/73
      0.0

      Doyle and Teddy open with I'm Gonna Tie One On Tonight – Billy "Crash" Craddock sings Sweet Magnolia Blossom – Marie Owens sings J. John Jones – Doyle and Teddy sing No Letter Today - Billy Craddock sings Love Me – Hal Rugg plays a steel guitar solo number – Gary Sargeants sings Ode To Jole Blon – Doyle and Teddy sing the lovely All We Have For You Mom – Marie Owens sings Take It from Me.

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    • Ronnie Sessions
      Ronnie Sessions
      Episode 9
      11/3/73
      0.0
      Doyle and Teddy open with 'I've Got A Tiger By The Tail' - Jerry Naill sings 'Tear Down The World' - Doyle and Teddy sing 'By The Time I Get To Phoenix' - Ronnie Sessions sings 'She Feels So Good, I Hate To Put Her Down' - Patti Tierny sings 'Cryin' Eyes' - Teddy sings 'O Come, Angel Band', with an assist from Doyle, on harmony - Jerry Naill sings 'Big Shoes To Fill' - Ronnie Sessions closes with 'If That Back Door Could Talk'.moreless
    • Bill Monroe And The Bluegrass Boys
      Doyle and Teddy open with 'That 'She's Leavin' Feelin' - Bill Monroe And The Bluegrass Boys perform 'Late In The Evening' - Jack Greene sings 'I Need Somebody Bad' - Doyle and Teddy sing 'As Usual' - Bill Monroe And The Bluegrass Boys perform 'Workin' On A Building' - Jimmy Capps, and Curly Chocker perform the instrumental 'Truck Stop', with a little comedy mixed in - Doyle and Teddy sing 'Lilacs In Winter' - Jack Greene closes with 'It's Time To Cross That Bridge'.moreless
    • Jimmy Martin II
      Jimmy Martin II
      Episode 7
      10/20/73
      0.0
      Doyle and Teddy open with 'Flyin' South To Dixie' – Jerry Naill sings 'Texas Dance Hall Girl' – Jeanne Pruett sings 'Love Me' – Doyle and Teddy sing 'Simon Crutchfield's Grave' – Jerry Naill sings 'I Must Be In Love With You' – The Nashville Tennesseans perform a brief instrumental number – Jimmy Martin sings 'Will The Circle Be Unbroken', backed up by Doyle, Teddy, Jeanne Pruett, Jerry Naill, and The Sunny Mountain Boys – Jeanne Pruett closes with 'Satin Sheets'.moreless
    • Webb Pierce II
      Webb Pierce II
      Episode 6
      10/13/73
      0.0
      Doyle and Teddy open with 'Up This Hill And Down' – Webb Pierce sings 'I Ain't Never Seen Nobody Like You' – Sammi Smith sings 'Tell Me Why You Been Gone So Long' – Doyle and Teddy sing 'The War Keeps Draggin' On' – Doyle interviews Webb Pierce – Webb sings the touching 'Let The Children Pick The Flowers' – The Nashville Tennesseans perform 'Oh, Lonesome Me' – Sammi Smith sings 'The City Of New Orleans' – Doyle and Teddy close with 'The Door Of The Mansion'moreless
    • Jack Greene
      Jack Greene
      Episode 5
      10/6/73
      0.0
      Doyle and Teddy open with 'Looks Like The Sun's Gonna Shine' – Jeannie Seely sings 'Farm In Pensyltucky' – Doyle and Teddy sing 'You're Making Plans To Leave' – The Country Cavaleers perform a medley of the Merle Haggard hits: 'Okie From Muskogee', 'Out In The Cold', and 'Sing Me Back Home' – Doyle interviews Jeannie Seely – Jeannie sings 'Dixie/Battle Hymn Of The Republic/Hush Little Children' – The Jolly Green Giants perform a brief instrumental number – Doyle and Teddy sing 'The City's Goin' Country' – Jack Green closes with 'All The Time', backed up by Jeannie Seely.moreless
    • Johnny Russell
      Johnny Russell
      Episode 4
      9/29/73
      0.0
      Doyle and Teddy open with ‘Something Good Will Happen Today’ – Big Johnny Russell sings ‘Catfish John’ – Lynda K. Lance sings ‘You, You, You’ – Doyle and Teddy sing ‘Drifting Apart’ – Don Williams appears, briefly, to introduce Big Johnny Russell, who sings ‘Rednecks, White Socks, And Blue Ribbon Beer’ – The Tennesseans Perform a brief instrumental version of ‘The Tennessee Waltz’ – Mel McDaniel sings Kris Kristofferson’s lovely ‘Why Me’, backed up by Doyle and Teddy – Lynda K. Lance sings ‘My Guy’ – Doyle introduces Mama Wilburn.moreless
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