Over 100 Lawrence Welk Biographies of the Longest Running TV Show In History!
The Lawrence Welk Show was among the most successful musical variety shows in American history and can be watched on PBS
A wealth of talent entertained millions of people on TV with what became known as Champagne music over its 30 year and 1,065 episode history. Find the most extensive collection of Lawrence Welk Show biographies online, from his early days as a travelling band to his hit TV show on ABC right here at Welkshow.com.
This Weekend on PBS
Norma Zimmer hosts this weekend's episode of the Lawrence Welk Show. This show, which originally aired on November 27, 1971, features the Welk Orchestra playing great songs from "The Sound of Music" and "My Fair Lady". Sandi & Salli "Put On A Happy Face", Guy & Ralna sing "People Will Say We're In Love", Arthur Duncan tap dances to "This Is My Lucky Day", and Bobby & Cissy dance to "Dancing In The Dark". Clay Hart sings "Try To Remember" and the whole group winds things up with a toe tapping version of the "Black Bottom".
On July 4th, Elaine Balden hosts "Big Band Memories." This show, which originally aired on December 18, 1976, features Tom Netherton singing "I'll Never Smile Again", Bobby and Cissy dancing to "Mambo Jumbo", Henry Cuesta and Richard Maloof performing "Summit Ridge Drive", Bobby Burgess, Jack Imel and Arthur Duncan dancing to "Cherokee", Tanya Falan and Johnny Zell perform "And The Angels Sing", and Ava Barber and Bob Smale performing "Near You."