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"Southtown USA (1964)"

Lawrence WelkSee the Lawrence Welk Show's "Southtown" episode this weekend on PBS

This week's episode guest stars Barbara Boylan and features a variety songs celebrating the Fabulous Mills Brothers and the South. This episode originally aired in February 1964.

Highlights: The Mills Brothers sing "It Hurts Me More" and "Paper Doll". All the gang join Big Tiny Little for "Southtown USA" and The Lennon Sisters sing "Hummingbird" and "The Johnson Rag". Norma Zimmer sings "The Wayward Wind" and "Beyond the Blue Horizon". Larry Hooper performs "Misty" and "This Old House". Joe Feeney performs a Medley in F and "Luck There's My Heart". Jo Ann Castle performs "That Ragtime Piano Gal". Jack Imel, Bob Ralston, Bob Havens and Johnny Klein perform "El Cumbanchero", "Buttons and Bows", "Stockholm" and "The Third Man". Dick Dale and the Lennon Sisters sing "Gotta Travel On". The Band closes with "The 12th Street Rag" and "For All We Know."

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