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"Salute to Famous Musical Families (1974)"

Lawrence WelkSee the Lawrence Welk Show's "Salute to Famous Musical Families" episode this weekend on PBS

This week's episode guest stars Anacani and features a variety songs from famous musical families, along with some of Anacani's favorite family foods. This episode originally aired in October 1974.

The Everly Brothers are saluted by Clay Hart with Cissy King, Mary Lou Meztger, Gail Farrell, Sandi Griffith, Bobby Burgess, Jimmy Roberts, Ken Delo and Tom Netherton, who sing "Bye-Bye Love", Tanya Falan Welk remembers the Carpenters with "We've Only Just Begun", Anacani sings "Vaya Con Dios", Guy and Ralna salute Bobby Darin with "If I Were a Carpenter", Bob Ralston performs "Unchained Melody" with Charlotte Harris on Cello, and Gail Farrell and Dick Dale pay tribute to the Sinatras with "Something Stupid". Anacani's mother joins her from the audience for "You Belong To My Heart."

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