I just hope if she reads this, she'll like it....
Champagne Lady Roberta
Champagne Lady Roberta
And this week, in the hot seat is Ken Delo where this time around he talked about his family and as part of the team of Delo and Daly, became big stars in Australia in that country's early years of television. Their show paved the way for future popular Down Under programs such as Four Corners, Number 96, Hey Hey It's Saturday, Neighbours along with Home and Away just to name a few.
Not bad for a kid from sixty miles to the north in Detroit!
Until next week, keep a song in your heart and to be Australian, "Good day' mate!"
According to OETA, Guy & Ralna and our dancers Cissy & Bobby are listed, so I am thinking it's a show from the 1070's....the question is when?
I'll just watch like you guys and find out!
from the singing Semonskis
Folks dancing to the Champagne Music Makers, "It Might As Well Be Spring" and to your left is something you don't see everyday....Ralna English dancing with members of the studio audience!
Gail, Sandi and Mary Lou form a conga line to the tune of "Walking In The Sunshine".
The fellas getting ready to play some baseball to the tune of "Spring, Spring, Spring"
As for next week, it's a new episode....a salute to Irving Berlin!
Can't wait for that, so take care y'all until next week.
Have you voted yet....If not, whaddya waiting for?!
Go to American Idol's webpage and to quote Larry the Cable Guy, "Git Er Done!"
Mike Redman can do it all
Portland's very proud
On American Idol, all you Welk fans out there have a voice in choosing the next big songwriter in the US of A....about twenty are in the running and one of them is our own Gail Farrell!
Gail and her masterpiece, "You Can Do Anything" is in the running. You first heard it on "Precious Memories" and now you can take it to even bigger heights!
Just go to AI's webpage by clicking here at AMERICAN IDOL SONGWRITER 2008
On the menu, under SHOW GUIDE, click on AMERICAN IDOL SONGWRITER, you'll be asked for your email and password to log in to see the entries (for first time users, you can register...they'll show you how).
Once logged in and everything else...be sure to vote for "You Can Do Anything" on a scale of 1-10 stars....I know you guys out there will give a perfect 10.
Let's do it for Gail and all the Champagne Music Makers! Voting ends on April 23rd.
Ava Barber, with some nice backing by Neil Levang on guitar and Bob Lido on rhythm, singing "Heartaches."
Tom Netherton, with Bob Ralston at piano, singing "You're Nobody Until Somebody Loves You."
Anacani in the solo spot with "Amapola."
And finally, the battle of the drummers, Paul Humphrey vs. Jack Imel with the St. Louis Blues March.
Next week, we'll get the "Springtime" show from 1977....see you guys until then!
Here's the link, just click on Lawrence Welk vs. The Hippies
It's got five great YouTube videos as well, and it will give you a chuckle or two.