CTVA Canada - "Rollin' On The River" (CTV)(1971-73) Kenny Rogers

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Rollin' On The River (1971-72) (season 1)
Rollin' (1972-73) (New Title season 2)

 Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by:
Rina Fox [Updates Apr 2018] Tom Alger [Updates Feb 2021]
references:
TV Guide / Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
Internet Movie Database (https://us.imdb.com)
UCLA Film and Television Archive
Writers Guild of America (wga)


Winters-Rosen Production
Filmed at CTV in Canada.
Produced by David Winters

Canadian Music Variety Series 1971-73  53  episodes x 60 min (11Sep71-1Sep73)
*Note: The series was an hour long in Canada.
In the U.S. it was only half-an-hour,
Canadian talents were excised from the show for prime time viewing.
[Lubbock Avalanche Journal, April 1, 1972]

Hosted by
Kenny Rogers & The First Edition

Regulars
Billy Van
Peggy Mahon

Mickey Jones (First Edition Drummer)
Terry Williams (First Edition Co-founder)

Set aboard the Mississippi Riverboat "River Queen"

In the Fall of 1972 the title was shortened to "Rollin'"

"The Rollin' on the River" Television Library Includes Comedy/Music Footage of:
Tina Turner, Merle Haggard, Bo Diddley, April Wine, Bill Withers, The Raiders, Cheech & Chong, The Stampeders,
Bruce Cockburn, The Grass Roots, The Five Man Electrical Band, Lighthouse, Climax, Billy Preston, Jim Croce,
Kris Kristofferson, Jose Feliciano, Mac Davis, Ronnie Hawkins, John Kay, Chilliwack, Looking Glass, The James Gang,
The Poppy Family, Ian & Sylvia, Pat Paulsen, Helen Reddy, Andy Kim, John Stewart and many others. [RF]

https://www.retrovideo.com/footage_library/rollin-on-the-river/

Note:
Mary Arnold was one of the singers for The First Edition and it was
Kenny Rogers who introduced her to Roger Miller on that show.
Mary and Roger did get married until his early death at age 50.

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[--] Rollin' On The River (Pilot)
13Feb1971 CTV Canada (Sat. 7-8pm)
13Feb1971 CJAY-7 Winnipeg, Manitoba (Sat. 7-8pm)
4May1971 (Repeat?) CJAY-7 Winnipeg, Manitoba (Tues. 9-10pm)
A variety hour hosted by Kenny Rogers and The First Edition
Guests
Al Hirt, Pat Paulsen and Diane Brooks with thirteen songs and a number of comedy sketches.
Highlights:
Dianne Brooks sings "Twenty-five Or Six To Four".
Dianne and Kenny Rogers duet on "Something."
Al Hirt and Kenny Rogers and The First Edition give renditions of "Proud Mary" and "Down By The Riverside."
Hirt offers "Tin Roof Blues" and "Jazz Me Blues."
Other highlights of the trip include Rogers and The First Edition doing "Heed the Call", "Ruby Talk", and "Camptown Races".
Hirt and Rogers do "Night Life".
Paulsen and Hirt do a thing called "Hirts-Rent-A-Horn" and Paulsen issues one of his jawbreaking monologues.
The hour closes with the entire cast giving their all for a rousing rendition of "Mississippi".

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Aired Saturdays in Canada on CTV
Aired Tuesdays in the US on NBC.
(different times according to Provinces & States)

[01] Rollin' On the River
11Sep1971 [Premiere] Sat 6:30pm [Ottawa Journal]
14Sep1971 Tues 8pm KFAR-TV Channel 2, Fairbanks Daily News.
Hosted by Kenny Rogers & The First Edition
Guests
The Carpenters
Al Hirt
Mark Lindsay
New Doodletown Pipers
Patchett & Tarses.

[02] Rollin' On the River
18Sep1971 CTV Canada Sat. [Ottawa Journal]
18Dec1971 (Repeat) CTV Canada [The Daily Colonist, Victoria, BC]
15Sep1971 WNAC-7 Boston Wed. 7:30-8pm
16Sep1971 WCBS-2 NYC Thurs. 7:30-8pm [NYC premiere]
16Sep1971 WBBM-2 Chicago Thurs. 6:30-7pm [Chicago premiere]
Hosted by Kenny Rogers & The First Edition
Guests
Tommy Smothers
Ian and Sylvia (folk duo)
Billy Van (comedian)


[03] Rollin' On the River
25Sep1971 CTV Canada [Ottawa Journal] [repeated 01Apr72]
27Oct1971 WNAC-7 Boston Wed. 7:30-8pm
13Nov1971 WTEV-6 New Bedford, Mass. Sat. 6:30-7pm
19Nov1971 WTIC-3, Hartford, CT, Friday 7-7:30pm
Hosted by Kenny Rogers & The First Edition
Guests
The Poppy Family
Alex Harvey (singer-songwriter)

Highlights:
The Poppy Family perform "Where Evil Grows."
Alex Harvey performs "Tulsa Turnaround" and "Omaha Honey"
Alex Harvey and the First Edition perform "Holy Moses" and "Country Comfort."
The First Edition perform "Elvira."

[04] Rollin' On the River
02Oct1971 CTV Canada [repeated 08Apr1972]
14Oct1971 WCBS-2 NYC Thurs. 7:30-8pm
18May1972 (Repeat) WCBS-2 NYC Thurs. 7:30-8pm
Hosted by Kenny Rogers & The First Edition
Guests
Merle Haggard
Dianne Brooks.

Highlights:
Songs include, "Okie from Muskogee," "Lonesome Fugitive," "Fire and Rain" and "I Had a Ball."

[05] Rollin' On the River
09Oct1971 CTV Canada Sat 7pm [Lethbridge Herald]
09Oct1971 CTV Canada Sat. 7pm [Winnipeg Free Press, Manitoba]
25Dec1971 (Repeat) CTV Canada Sat. 7pm [Winnipeg Free Press]
30Dec1971 WCBS-2 NYC Thurs. 7:30-8pm
Hosted by Kenny Rogers & The First Edition
Guests
Freddy Weller
Mark Lindsay
Beverly Glenn-Copeland
The Raiders.

[06] Rollin' On the River
16Oct1971 CTV Canada [Ottawa Journal]
15Apr1972 (Repeat) CTV Canada [Winnipeg Free Press]
04Nov1971 WCBS-2 NYC Thurs. 7:30-8pm
Hosted by Kenny Rogers & The First Edition
Guests
Kris Kristofferson
Terri Jacks of The Poppy Family.

Highlights:
Kris Kristofferson sings "Lovin' Her Was Easier."
Other songs include "Me and Bobby McGee" and "Can't Buy Me Love."

[07] Rollin' On the River
23Oct1971 CTV Canada [Ottawa Journal] [rerun 03Aug72]
03Feb1972 WCBS-2 NYC Thurs. 7:30-8pm
Hosted by Kenny Rogers & The First Edition
Guests
Jason Robards
Sid Caesar
Dianne Brooks (singer)

Highlights:
Jason Robards joins in a silent movie spoof.
Jason Robards also read Mark Twain's "The War Prayer" and shows clips from his movie "Fools".
Songs include, "Tell It All Brother" and "Old Mojave Highway."

[08] Rollin' On the River
30Oct1971 CTV Canada
30Sep1971 WCBS-2 NYC Thurs. 7:30-8pm
30Oct1971 WTEV-6 New Bedford, Mass. Sat. 6:30-7pm
05Nov1971 WTIC-3, Hartford, CT, Friday 7-7:30pm
Hosted by Kenny Rogers & The First Edition
Guests
Roger Miller
Tobi Lark
David Willen

Synopsis 1:
A spoof of "This Is Your Life" highlights a show with guest Roger Miller.
Roger Miller performs "Kansas City Star," "King of the Road," "Dang Me" and "England Swings."
The First Edition perform "I Believe In Music" and "Sing A Simple Song."
Synopsis 2:
Roger Miller performs "Lovin' Her Was Easier (Than Anything I'll Ever Do Again)" and "Me and Bobby McGee."

[09] Rollin' On the River
06Nov1971 CTV Canada
06Nov1971 WTEV-6 New Bedford, Mass. Sat. 6:30-7pm
12Nov1971 WTIC-3, Hartford, CT, Friday 7-7:30pm
25Nov1971 WCBS-2 NYC Thurs. 7:30-8pm
Hosted by Kenny Rogers & The First Edition
Guests
B.B. King
Rosemary Radcliffe (comedian)
Don Cullen (comedian)
Edward and Harding.

Highlights:
B.B. King performs "The Thrill Is Gone" and "Ask Me No Questions."
The First Edition performs "If Wishes Were Horses," "New York Mining Disaster 1941" and "How Can You Mend a Broken Heart?
http://rvm.pm/tv-today-b-b-king-rollin-river-1971/

[10] Rollin' On the River
13Nov1971 CTV Canada [Winnipeg Free Press]
27Nov1971 CTV Canada [Windsor Star]
28Oct1971 WCBS-2 NYC Thurs. 7:30-8pm
Hosted by Kenny Rogers & The First Edition
Guests
Gladys Knight and the Pips
Bruce Coburn
Trudy Desmond (from Dr. Music)

Highlights:
Gladys Knight and the Pips perform "I Don't Want to Do Wrong" and "Feelin' Alright".
Trudy Desmond sings "I Feel the Earth Move".
Other songs include, "Down on the Corner" and a Beach Boys medley.

[11] Rollin' On the River
20Nov1971 CTV Canada [Winnipeg Free Press]
23Oct1971 WTEV-6 New Bedford, Mass. Sat. 6:30-7pm
02Dec1971 WCBS-2 NYC Thurs. 7:30-8pm
Hosted by Kenny Rogers & The First Edition
Guests
George Kirby
Dee Higgins
Tobi Lark (Canadian singer)

Highlights:
George Kirby impersonates Alfred Hitchcock, W.C. Fields, Flip Wilson and Pearl Bailey.
Kenny Rogers sings "Jody and the Kid."
The First Edition perform "Keep the Customer Satisfied" and "Heed the Call."
Tobi Lark sings "Rainy Days and Mondays."

[12] Rollin' On the River
27Nov1971 CTV Canada [Winnipeg Free Press]
27Nov1971 CTV Canada [Saskatoon Star-Phoenix]
11Dec1971 WTEV-6 New Bedford, Mass. Sat. 6:30-7pm
16Dec1971 WCBS-2 NYC Thurs. 7:30-8pm
17Dec1971 WTIC-3, Hartford, CT, Friday 7-7:30pm
17June1972 WSBT-22 South Bend, Ind. Sat. 4-4:30pm
Hosted by Kenny Rogers & The First Edition
Guests:
Tony Joe White
June Amato
Billy Van.

Highlights:
***Tony sings "Lustful Earl And The Married Woman."
Julie sings "Miss Otis Regrets".
Kenny & Tony sing "Polk Salad Annie", "Rainy Night In Georgia" and "They Caught the Devil" with the First Edition.
The First Edition does "Love the One You're With".

[13] Rollin' On the River
04Dec1971 CJAY-7 CTV Canada [Winnipeg Free Press]
21Oct1971 WCBS-2 NYC Thurs. 7:30-8pm
Hosted by Kenny Rogers & The First Edition
Guests
Mac Davis
Ginny Grant
The Poppy Family.

Highlights:
Mac sings "In the Eyes of My People" and "Friend, Lover, Woman, Wife".
The First Edition joins Mac in a medley of his best known recordings.
Mac Davis sings "Something's Burning," a song he wrote for Kenny Rogers and the First Edition.
The Poppy Family performs "In the Ghetto".

[14] Rollin' On the River
11Dec1971 CTV Canada [The Vancouver Sun]
08Dec1971 WNAC-7 Boston Wed. 7:30-8pm
25Dec1971 WTEV-6 New Bedford, Mass. Sat. 6:30-7pm
31Dec1971 WTIC-3, Hartford, CT, Friday 7-7:30pm
Hosted by Kenny Rogers & The First Edition
Guests
Murray McLaughlin
Julie Amato
Dr. Music
(aka Doctor Music, Canadian Gospel Rock group)
Highlights:
Kenny Rogers and the First Edition do a Gordon Lightfoot medley of "If You Could Read My Mind", "Early Morning Rain" and "Did She Mention My Name?"

[--] 18Dec1971 CTV Canada - repeat with Tommy Smothers, Ian and Sylvia [Ottawa Journal]
[--] 25Dec1971 CTV Canada - repeat with The Raiders, Beverly Glen-Copeland [Winnipeg Free Press]


[15] Rollin' On the River
01Jan1972 CTV Canada Sat. 7pm [Winnipeg Free Press]
22Sep1971 WNAC-7 Boston Wed. 7:30-8pm
23Sep1971 WCBS-2 NYC Thurs. 7:30-8pm
11May1972 (Repeat) WCBS-2 NYC Thurs. 7:30-8pm
Hosted by Kenny Rogers & The First Edition
Guests
Andy Kim
Barbara McNair
Billy Van
(comic).
Highlights:
Barbara McNair sings "Something's Comin' On" and "This Is My Life."
Andy Kim sings "If I Had You Here."
Kenny Rogers sings "She Even Woke Me Up to Say Goodbye."

[16] Rollin' On the River
08Jan1972 CTV Canada [Winnipeg Free Press]
01Dec1971 WNAC-7 Boston Wed. 7:30-8pm
23Dec1971 WCBS-2 NYC Thurs. 7:30-8pm
27Apr1972 (Repeat) WCBS-2 NYC Thurs. 7:30-8pm
Hosted by Kenny Rogers & The First Edition
Guests
Karen Black
Ian & Sylvia Tyson

Highlights:
Karen Black sings "My Father".
Kenny Rogers and the First Edition do a Neil Diamond medley including "You Got to Me",
"I Am... I Said" and "Brother Love's Traveling Salvation Show".

[17] Rollin' On the River
15Jan1972 CTV Canada [Calgary Herald]
17Nov1971 WNAC-7 Boston Wed. 7:30-8pm
18Nov1971 WCBS-2 NYC Thurs. 7:30-8pm
23Nov1971 WAST-13 Albany, New York, Tues. 7pm
04Dec1971 WTEV-6 New Bedford, Mass. Sat. 6:30-7pm
10Dec1971 WTIC-3, Hartford, CT, Friday 7-7:30pm
13Apr1972 (Repeat) WCBS-2 NYC Thurs. 7:30pm
Hosted by Kenny Rogers & The First Edition
Guests
Bob Crane
Catherine McKinnon
Mary Arnold
Gene McLellan.

Highlights:
Bob Crane joins the First Edition for music done in 1930s style.
Catherine McKinnon sings "Just a Little Loving".
Mary Arnold sings "One Tin Soldier".
Kenny Rogers and the First Edition perform "Abraham, Martin and John".

[18] Rollin' On the River
22Jan1972 CTV Canada [Lethbridge Herald, Alberta]
22Jan1972 CTV Canada [Winnipeg Free Press]
10Nov1971 WNAC-7 Boston Wed. 7:30-8pm
11Nov1971 WCBS-2 NYC Thurs. 7:30-8pm
16Nov1971 WAST-13 Albany, New York, Tues. 7pm
03Dec1971 WTIC-3, Hartford, CT, Friday 7-7:30pm
06Apr1972 (Repeat) WCBS-2 NYC Thurs. 7:30-8pm
Hosted by Kenny Rogers & The First Edition
Guests
B.J. Thomas
Mary Lou Collins
Dave Bradstreet.

Highlights:
B.J. Thomas joins Kenny Rogers for "I Just Can't Help Believin' " and sings "Long Ago Tomorrow".
The First Edition does "The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down" and "Will the Circle Be Unbroken?."

[19] Rollin' On the River
29Jan1972 CTV Canada [Calgary Herold]
23Mar1972 WCBS-2 NYC Thurs. 7:30-8pm
Hosted by Kenny Rogers & The First Edition
Guests
Debbie Lori Kaye
Michael Hasek (psychologist)
The Grass Roots
.
Highlight:
The Grass Roots perform "Sooner or Later" (with Mary Arnold of The First Edition).
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EpnmVDUzZB0

[20] Rollin' On the River
05Feb1972 CTV Canada [Edmonton Journal] [Daily Colonist]
16Dec1971 WNAC-7 Boston Wed. 7:30-8pm
06Jan1972 WCBS-2 NYC Thurs. 7:30-8pm
Hosted by Kenny Rogers & The First Edition
Guests
John Stewart
Highlights:
John Stewart sings "Just An Old-fashioned Love Song".
Kenny solos on "Stranger in My Place".
The First Edition perform "Camptown Races".

[21] Rollin' On the River
12Feb1972 CTV Canada [Winnipeg Free Press]
24Feb1972 WCBS-2 NYC Thurs. 7:30-8pm
Hosted by Kenny Rogers & The First Edition
Guests
The Five Man Electrical Band
Tommy Roe
Nelson Briles
Dee Higgins.

Highlights:
Songs include "Pearl," "People Got to Be Free," "Oh What a Feeling" and "Rockin' Robin."

[22] Rollin' On the River
19Feb1972 CTV Canada [Ottawa Journal]
02Mar1972 WCBS-2 NYC Thurs. 7:30-8pm
Hosted by Kenny Rogers & The First Edition
Guests
Lighthouse
Highlights:
Lighthouse performs "Take It Slow."
Kenny Rogers & The First Edition performs "Ruby, Don't Take Your Love to Town" and "Just Dropped In to See What Condition My Condition Was In."
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AULOC--qUOI

--From the 18Feb72 Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Star-Phoenix newspaper:
Lighthouse will play four numbers including "One Fine Morning," on Rollin' on the River CFQC. 7.

[23] Rollin' On the River
26Feb1972 CTV Canada [Winnipeg Free Press]
29Dec1971 WNAC-7 Boston Wed. 7:30-8pm
20Jan1972 WCBS-2 NYC Thurs. 7:30-8pm
Hosted by Kenny Rogers & The First Edition
Guests
Tony Orlando & Dawn
Green and Stagg (pop duo of Anthony Green and Barry Stagg, hit song "To Love Means to Be Free" 1969)
Cullen and Wordsworth (David Cullen electric bass guitar)
Highlights:
Tony Orlando & Dawn perform "Candida" and "Knock Three Times."
First Edition perform "Absolutely Right" and "Stagger Lee."

[24] Rollin' On the River
04Mar1972 CTV Canada [Ottawa Journal]
09Mar1972 WCBS-2 NYC Thurs. 7:30-8pm
Hosted by Kenny Rogers & The First Edition
Guests
Shirley Eikhard
Michael Vincent
Delaney & Bonnie Bramlet
t (rock duo)
Highlights:
Delaney & Bonnie sing "Well, Well", "Going Down the Road" and "Delta Lady".
The First Edition do "Admiral Halsey" and "Never My Love".

[25] Rollin' On the River
25Mar1972 CTV Canada [Ottawa Journal]
10Feb1972 WCBS-2 NYC Thurs. 7:30-8pm
Hosted by Kenny Rogers & The First Edition
Guests
Ike and Tina Turner
Dr. Music
David Wiffen

Highlights:
Ike and Tina Turner perform "I'm Gonna Take You Higher."
Kenny Rogers and the First Edition do "Comin' thru the Rye," "Something's Burning" and "When I'm on My Journey".
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yx0hY2NJNVA&list=PLFE64AD4C782845FE

[26] Rollin' On the River
11Mar1972 CTV Canada [Saskatoon Star-Phoenix]
17Feb1972 WCBS-2 NYC Thurs. 7:30-8pm
Hosted by Kenny Rogers & The First Edition
Guests
Jose Feliciano
Doug Crosley
Dianne Heatherington
Merry Go Round
.
Highlights:
Jose & Kenny duet on "You Know That I Love You".
Songs include "Wide World," "California Dreaming" and "Mrs. Robinson."
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NQ3d6WHgZHE

[27] Rollin' On the River
18Mar1972 CTV Canada [The Daily Colonist]
27Jan1972 WCBS-2 NYC Thurs. 7:30-8pm
Hosted by Kenny Rogers & The First Edition
Guests
Rick Nelson
Ray Griff
Beverly Glenn Copeland.

Highlights:
Rick Nelson sings "Gypsy Pilot".
Kenny & Rick sing "Honky Tonk Woman".
Mary Arnold sings "Crazy Love".
The First Edition does "Lady Madonna".
All join in for a medley of old rock hits.

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In the Fall of 1972 the title was shortened to "Rollin'"

2.01 [28] Rollin' 
11Sep1972
Hosted by Kenny Rogers & The First Edition
Guests
Bill Withers
The Stampeders

Highlights:
Bill Withers performs "Lean On Me".
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iw6HeeuvTWo

2.02 [29] Rollin' 
18Sep1972
Hosted by Kenny Rogers & The First Edition
Guests
The Raiders
April Wine.


2.03 [30] Rollin' 
25Sep1972
Hosted by Kenny Rogers & The First Edition
Guests
The Everly Brothers

2.04 [31] Rollin' 
02Oct1972
Hosted by Kenny Rogers & The First Edition
Guests
Badfinger
A Foot In Cold Water.

Highlights:
Badfinger performs "Baby Blue" and "Day After Day".
Foot in Cold Water performs "(Make Me Do Anything) Anything You Want".
*Note: Recorded August 8, 1972 in Toronto, Ontario Canada.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gPfZE6DPW0E

2.05 [32] Rollin' 
09Oct1972
Hosted by Kenny Rogers & The First Edition
Guests
Helen Reddy
Larry Cansler Orchestra

Highlights:
Helen Reddy sings "I Am Woman"
Songs include, "All You Need Is Love" and "Smackwater Jack."

2.06 [33] Rollin' 
16Oct1972
Hosted by Kenny Rogers & The First Edition
Guests
John Kay Band
Highlights:
John Kay performs "Movin' On".
Note: JKB performing on the "Rollin' On The River" show back in '72. At the time, Steppenwolf was broken up although three/fifths of that band were in Kay's solo group (George Biondo [bass] and Kent Henry [guitar] were both in the last incarnation of Steppenwolf before the Feb '72 breakup).
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4rOr2tN95kM

2.07 [34] Rollin' 
23Oct1972
Hosted by Kenny Rogers & The First Edition
Guests
B.J. Thomas
The Five Man Electrical Band.

Highlights:
Songs include, "Mr. Tambourine Man," "Satisfaction" (First Edition), "Rock 'n' Roll Lullaby," "Look over the Hill," "When Something Is Wrong with My Baby" (Thomas), "Five-Year Guarantee," "Without You" (Five Man Electrical Band).

2.08 [35] Rollin' 
06Nov1972
Hosted by Kenny Rogers & The First Edition
Guests
Ike and Tina Turner Revue
 Crowbar.


2.09 [36] Rollin'
13Nov1972
Hosted by Kenny Rogers & The First Edition
Guests
Tommy Roe
Crowbar.


2.10 [37] Rollin' 
20Nov1972
Hosted by Kenny Rogers & The First Edition
Guests
Looking Glass
Pagliard


2.11 [38] Rollin' 
27Nov1972
Hosted by Kenny Rogers & The First Edition
Guests
Edgar Winter
Everyday People.


2.12 [39] Rollin' 
04Dec1972
Hosted by Kenny Rogers & The First Edition
Guests
Delaney & Bonnie
Ocean

Highlights:
Ocean sing "Wild Country".

2.13 [40] Rollin' 
11Dec1972
Hosted by Kenny Rogers & The First Edition
Guests
Al Green
Larry Cansler Orchestra

Highlights:
Al Green sings "You Ought to Be With Me" and "Let's Stay Together".

2.14 [41] Rollin' 
18Dec1972
Hosted by Kenny Rogers & The First Edition
Guests
Bo Diddley
Ronnie Hawkins

Highlights:
Songs include, "Hey Bo Diddley", "Sweet Little Sixteen" and "Teenager In Love."

2.15 [42] Rollin' 
25Dec1972
Hosted by Kenny Rogers & The First Edition
Guests
Billy Preston
A Foot in Cold Water

Highlights:
Billy Preston sings "Will It Go Round in Circles".

2.16 [43] Rollin' 
01Jan1973
Kenny Rogers and the First Edition are seen in concert.
Music: "Love the One You're With," "Close to You" and "In the Ghetto."

2.17 [44] Rollin' 
08Jan1973
Hosted by Kenny Rogers & The First Edition
Guests
Dan Hicks and his Hot Licks
April Wine.
Highlights:
April Wine performs "You Could Have Been A Lady" and "Bad Side Of The Moon".

2.18 [45] Rollin' 
15Jan1973
Hosted by Kenny Rogers & The First Edition
Guests
The Jimmy Castor Bunch
The Stampeders.

2.19 [46] Rollin' 
22Jan1973
Hosted by Kenny Rogers & The First Edition
Guests
Looking Glass
Chilliwack.
Highlights:
Songs: "Lonesome Mary" and "Lady, Play Your Symphony."

2.20 [47] Rollin' 
29Jan1973
Hosted by Kenny Rogers & The First Edition
Guests
Ronnie Hawkins
Jim Croce

Highlights:
Jim Croce performs "You Don't Mess Around with Jim" and "Operator".
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lb1Yh1Skgh4

2.21 [48] Rollin' 
05Feb1973
Hosted by Kenny Rogers & The First Edition
Guests
Dominic Traiano
The James Gang.

2.22 [49] Rollin' 
12Feb1973
Hosted by Kenny Rogers & The First Edition
Guests
Lighthouse
Highlights:
Lighthouse performs "I Just Wanna Be Your Friend" and "I'd Be So Happy."

2.23 [50] Rollin'
19Feb1973
Hosted by Kenny Rogers & The First Edition
Guests
Larry Cansler and his Orchestra

2.24 [51] Rollin'
26Feb1973
Hosted by Kenny Rogers & The First Edition
Guests
Malo
The Five Man Electric Band.


2.25 [52] Rollin' 
05Mar1973
Hosted by Kenny Rogers & The First Edition
Guests
Cheech and Chong
Ocean.
Highlights:
Songs: "You've Got a Friend," "Put Your Hand in the Hand," "School Teacher" and "Bye Bye Love."

2.26 [53] Rollin' 
12Mar1973
Hosted by Kenny Rogers & The First Edition
Guests
Climax
Everyday People.

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