Over 100 Lawrence Welk Show 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
This Weekend on PBS
"Those Were The Days (1975)"
the Lawrence Welk Show's "Those
Were The Days" episode this weekend on PBS
celebrates great songs of the era, and
originally aired in 1975.
Highlights include the cast singing
"Those Were The Days", Ralna English
sings "Love Me or Leave Me", Sandi
Griffith, Gail Farrell and Mary Lou
Metzger sing the Andrews Sister's hit
song "Apple Blossom Time" (#5 song in
1941), Bob Ralston and Bob Smale on twin
pianos with the orchestra perform "Tales
from the Vienna Woods", Anacani
with Neil Levang on guitar sings "Besame
Mucho", Bobby and Cissy dance to the
"Varsity Drag", Tom Netherton sings the
Johnny Mathis hit song "Chances Are",
Clay Hart sings the Hank Williams 1952
hit song "Your Cheatin' Heart", and Bob
Ralston performs the Patti Page hit song
"You Can't Be True Dear."