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Syndicated Country & Western Music Series
Season 10 (1972-73)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by: Tom Alger
references:
TV Guide / Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
Internet Movie Database (http://us.imdb.com)
UCLA Film and Television Archive

Cleveland Plain Dealer newspaper
The Milwaukee Journal and Milwaukee Sentinel newspapers

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 [---] Prod. no. WB-483 (unknown)
[---] Prod. no. WB-484 (unknown)
[---] Prod. no. WB-485 (unknown)

10.xx [---] Charlie Walker / The Kendalls
21Oct1972 WVTV-18 Milwaukee

10.xx [---] Karen Wheeler / Bob Yarbrough
14Oct1972 WVTV-18 Milwaukee

10.xx [---] Peggy Sue / The Country Cavaliers (taped August 12, 1972)
07Oct1972 WVTV-18 Milwaukee
Synopsis:
The Wilburn Brothers - "Opryland."
Peggy Sue - "Apron Strings."
The Country Cavaliers - "Stop In The Name Of Love."
The Wilburn Brothers - "Just To Be Where You Are."
Peggy Sue - "Bread Upon The Waters."
The Nashville Tennesseans (Curly Chalker and Jimmy Capps) - "Grandfather's Clock."
The Wilburn Brothers - "Let The Lower Lights Be Burning" (Gospel)
The Country Cavaliers - "Now I Can Live Again."
Mack Dumis - "Drinking Champagne."

10.xx [---] Jeanne Pruett / Ronnie Prophet
30Sep1972 WVTV-18 Milwaukee
Prod. no. possibly WB-486

10.xx [487] Teddy Booth / Peggy Sue (taped September 26, 1972)
Prod. no. WB-487
23Sep1972 WVTV-18 Milwaukee
Synopsis:
The Wilburn Brothers - "Little Johnny From Down the Street."
Peggy Sue - "Bread Upon the Water."
Teddy Booth - "Together Again."
The Wilburn Brothers - "Take Good Care of Her."
Oswald - "John Hardy."
Teddy Booth - "It Looks LIke The Sun's Gonna Shine" (instrumental)
The Wilburn Brothers - "Turn Your Radio On" (Gospel number)
Peggy Sue - "I'm Gettin' Tired of Babyin' You."

10.xx [---] Prod. no. WB-488 (unknown)
10.xx [---] Prod. no. WB-489 (unknown)
10.xx [---] Prod. no. WB-490 (unknown)

10.xx [---] Sonny Wright / Peggy Sue
16Sep1972 WVTV-18 Milwaukee
--Matching episode?
Sonny Wright - "I've Loved You All over the World."
Peggy Sue - "How Great Thou Art."
performer? - "Is Anybody Goin' to San Antone?" instrumental.

10.xx [491] Johnny Carver / Jamey Ryan
Prod. no. WB-491
13Jan1973 WVTV-18 Milwaukee
25May1974 WVTV-18 Milwaukee (repeat)
Synopsis:
The Wilburn Brothers - "Try A Little Kindness."
Johnny Carver - "I Start Thinking of You."
The Wilburn Brothers - "No Legal Right."
Jamey Ryan - "Taste of Money."
Johnny Carver - "I Want You."
Curly Chalker and Jimmy Capps - "Old Spinning Wheel" (instrumental)
Jamey Ryan - "Let's All Go Down to the River" (Gospel number)
Teddy Wilburn - "I Will Never Be Happy."
The Wilburn Brothers - "The City's Goin' Country."

10.xx [---] Jack Greene / Jeannie Seely
Prod. no. possibly WB-492
06Jan1973 WVTV-18 Milwaukee
15Feb1975 WSM-4 Nashville (Saturday 4pm)
Music includes:
Jack Greene - "Satisfaction" (released Aug. 1972)
Jeannie Seely - "Catfish John."
Jack Greene and Jeannie Seely - "If It Ain't Love."
The Wilburn Brothers - "Happy Tracks."

10.xx [---] Jackie Ward / LaWanda Lindsey
30Dec1972 WVTV-18 Milwaukee
Prod. no. possibly WB-493
Music includes:
LaWanda Lindsey - "One Time Too Many."
The Wilburn Brothers - "She's Lookin' Better by the Minute."

10.xx [---] Charlie Rich / Karen Wheeler
23Dec1972 Milwaukee
Prod. no. possibly WB-494
Music includes:
Karen Wheeler - "I Miss You Already."
Charlie Rich - "I Take It On Home."

10.xx [495] Jeanne Pruett / Danny Epps (taped September 26, 1972)
Prod. no. WB-495
16Dec1972 WVTV-18 Milwaukee
Synopsis:
The Wilburn Brothers - "We Need A Lot More Happiness."
Danny Epps - Low Down Lonesome Music."
Jeanne Pruett - "To Get To You."
The Wilburn Brothers - "The City's Goin' Country."
Danny Epps - "Houston Has Everything But Me."
Curly Chalker and Jimmy Capps - "Sweet Dreams."
The Wilburn Brothers - "I've Got That Old Time Religion."
Jeanne Pruett - "Don't Hold Your Breath."

10.xx [496] Tex Ritter / LaWanda Lindsey
Prod. no. WB-496
09Dec1972 WVTV-18 Milwaukee
Synopsis:
The Wilburn Brothers - "I Had One Too Many."
LaWanda Lindsey - "Rollin' in my Sweet Baby's Arms."
Tex Ritter - "Boll Weevil."
The Wilburn Brothers - "The City's Goin' Country."
Lawanda Lindsey - "I'm Gonna Knock On Your Door."
Curly Chalker and Jimmy Capps - "Sweet Georgia Brown" instrumental
The Wilburn Brothers - "Oh Come Angel Band" (Gospel number)
Tex Ritter - "Comin' After Jinny."

10.xx [497] Justin Tubb / The Cates Sisters
02Dec1972 WVTV-18 Milwaukee
Prod. no. possibly WB-497
Music includes:
Justin Tubb - "Texas Dance Hall Girls" and "Traveling Man."
The Cates Sisters - "A Pretty Country Song."
The Wilburn Sisters - "The City's Goin' Country."

10.xx [498] Lorene Mann / The Four Guys
25Nov1972 WVTV-18 Milwaukee
Prod. no. possibly WB-498
Music includes:
Lorene Mann - "Don't Put Your Hands On Me."
The Wilburn Brothers - "Less of Me."

[---] Prod. no. WB-499 (unknown)
[---] Prod. no. WB-500 (unknown)
[---] Prod. no. WB-501 (unknown)

10.xx [---] Jeannie Seely / Jack Greene / The Country Cavaliers (taped September 27, 1972)
Synopsis:
The Wilburn Brothers - "It Looks Like The Sun's Gonna Shine."
Jeannie Seely - "A Farm in Pennsyltucky."
The Wilburn Brothers - "Making Plans."
The Country Cavaliers - medley: "Okie From Muscogee," "Branded Man" and "Sing Me Back Home."
Jeannie Seely - "An American Trilogy" (medley of 'Dixie'/'All My Trials'/'Battle Hymn Of The Republic').
The Jolly Green Giants - "Five Shades Of Greene."
The Wilburn Brothers - "The City's Goin' Country."
Jack Greene - "All the Time" (backed up by Jeannie Seelly).

--same episode?
[---] Lorene Mann(?) / Jeannie Seely / Country Cavaleers
24Mar1973 WKBF-61 Kaiser, Ohio (Saturday 6:30pm)

10.xx [---] Jenne Pruett / Jerry Naill
11Nov1972 WVTV-18 Milwaukee
Synopsis:
The Wilburn Brothers - "Flying South."
Jerry Nail - "Texas Dance Hall Girl."
Jeanne Pruitt - "Love Me."
The Wilburn Brothers: Simon Crutchfield's Grave
Jerry Nail - "If Love Is."
The Nashville Tennesseans - "Silver Bells."
Jimmy Martin & Sunny Mountain Boys - "Will The Circle Be Unbroken."
Jeanne Pruitt - "Satin Sheets."

10.xx [---] Sam and Kirk McGee
04Nov1972 WVTV-18 Milwaukee
30Dec1972 WTWV-9 Tupelo (Saturday 3:30pm)

10.xx [502] Charlie Walker / Joyce Cobb / The Radford Sisters
Prod. no. WB-502
17Mar1973 WVTV-18 Milwaukee
02Jun1973 WKBF-61 Kaiser, Ohio (Saturday 5:30pm)
08Jun1974 WVTV-18 Milwaukee (repeat)
Synopsis:
The Wilburn Brothers - "It Takes A Lot of Money."
Charlie Walker - "Good Deal, Lucille."
Charlie Walker - "Acuff Rose."
Joyce Cobb - "Me and Bobby McGee."
Joyce Cobb - "Combine."
Radford Sisters - "Missing You."
Charlie Walker - "It's Better Than Going Home Alone."
Charlie Walker - "Blue Crest."
Curly Chalker and Jimmy Capps - "Rainbow" instrumental
Radford Sisters - "Oh What A Happy Day" (Gospel number).
The Wilburn Brothers - "Born to be With You."
Joyce Cobb - "Help Me Make It Through the Night."
Joyce Cobb - "Combine."

10.xx [---] Tex Ritter / Jean Shepard / Tommy Jones
10Mar1973 WVTV-18 Milwaukee
01Jun1974 Milwaukee (repeat)
Prod. no. possibly WB-503
Music includes:
Jean Shepard - "Walking in Sunshine."
Tex Ritter - "Rye Whiskey."
Tommy Jones - "Orange Blossom Special."

10.xx [504] Charlie Rich / The Musical Harts
Prod. no. WB-504
03Mar1973 WVTV-18 Milwaukee
03Aug1974 Milwaukee (repeat)
Synopsis:
The Wilburn Brothers - "A Fool Never Learns."
Musical Harts - "The Old Gospel Ship."
Charlie Rich - "Set Me Free."
Charlie Rich - "Break Up."
The Wilburn Brothers - "Bloomin' Fools."
Curly Chalker and Jimmy Capps - "Corn Crib" instrumental
Musical Harts - "What the World Needs Now."
Charlie Rich - "Good Ole Mountain Dew."
The Wilburn Brothers - "Opryland."

[---] Prod. no. WB-505 (unknown)
[---] Prod. no. WB-506 (unknown)

10.xx [---] Leona Williams / Faron Young / Dick Flood
24Feb1973 WVTV-18 Milwaukee
Music includes:
Faron Young - "It's Four In The Morning."
Leona Williams - "Country Girl with Hot Pants On."
Dick Flood - "Trouble's Back in Town."

10.xx [---] Jimmy Helm / Sammi Smith / Cecil Null
17Feb1973 WVTV-18 Milwaukee
Music includes:
Jimmy Helm - "This Old Heart Won't Let Go."
Sammi Smith - "Rings for Sale."
Cecil A. Null - "Just as I Am."
The Wilburn Brothers - "Santa Fe Rolls Royce."

10.xx [---] Carl Smith / Betty Jean Robinson / The Harbingers
10Feb1973 WVTV-18 Milwaukee
Prod. no. possibly WB-507
Music includes:
Carl Smith - "Red Door."
Betty Jean Robinson - "Another Football Year."
The Harbingers - "Put Your Hand in the Hand."

10.xx [508] Charlie Rich / Peggy Sue (taped November 29, 1972)
Prod. no. WB-508
24Aug1974 WVTV-18 Milwaukee (repeat)
Synopsis:
The Wilburn Brothers - "Cotton Fields."
Peggy Sue - "I'm Gettin' Tired of Babyin' You."
Charlie Rich - "July 12th 1939."
The Wilburn Brothers - "The City's Goin' Country."
The Wilburn Brothers - "Shake Hands with Mother Again" (Gospel number)
Curly Chalker - "Bud's Bounce" (instrumental)
Charlie Rich - "Behind Closed Doors."
Peggy Sue - "I'm Dynamite."

10.xx [509] Webb Pierce / Sammi Smith
Prod. no. WB-509
03Feb1973 WVTV-18 Milwaukee
30June1973 WVTV-18 Milwaukee (Repeat)
Synopsis:
The Wilburn Brothers - "Up This Hill and Down."
Webb Pierce - "I Ain't Never."
The Wilburn Brothers - "The War Keeps Dragging On."
Webb Pierce - "Let the Children Pick the Flowers."
Curly Chalker and Jimmy Capps - "Oh Lonesome Me" instrumental
Sammi Smith - "City of New Orleans."
The Wilburn Brothers - "An Empty Mansion."

10.xx [510] Jerry Naill / Jeanne Pruett / Jimmy Martin
Prod. no. WB-510
11Nov1972 WVTV-18 Milwaukee
31Mar1973 WVTV-18 Milwaukee (repeat)
Synopsis:
The Wilburn Brothers - "Flying South."
Jerry Naill - "Texas Dance Hall Girl."
Jeanne Pruett - "Love Me."
The Wilburn Brothers - "Simon Crutchfield's Grave."
Jerry Naill - title? ('If Love Is'/'I Must Be In Love With You')
Curly Chalker and Jimmy Capps - "Silver Bells" (instrumental).
Jimmy Martin - "Will the Circle Be Unbroken?" (backed up by Doyle, Teddy, Jeanne Pruett, Jerry Naill,
and The Sunny Mountain Boys)
Jeanne Pruett - "Satin Sheets."

10.xx [---] Ronnie Dove / Charlie Rich / The Radford Sisters
28Apr1973 WVTV-18 Milwaukee
Prod. no. possibly WB-511
Music includes:
Charlie Rich - "Behind Closed Doors."
Ronnie Dove - "Lovin' on Back Streets."
The Wilburn Brothers - "I'm Gonna Tie One on Tonight."

10.xx [512] Sonny Wright / Peggy Sue
Prod. no. WB-512
24Mar1973 WVTV-18 Milwaukee
21Apr1973 WVTV-18 Milwaukee
Synopsis:
The Wilburn Brothers - "She'll Walk All Over You."
Sonny Wright - "Hang Out For A Has Been."
Peggy Sue - "I'm Dynamite."
The Wilburn Brothers - "Arkansas."
Sonny Wright - "Truck Driver's Hymn."
Curly Chalker and Jimmy Capps - "Me and Bobby McGee."
The Wilburn Brothers - "Simon Crutchfield's Grave."
Peggy Sue - "I Say 'Yes Sir'."
Peggy Sue and Sonny Wright - "Move It On Home."

10.xx [---] Ivory Joe Hunter / Mel Street
14Apr1973 WVTV-18 Milwaukee
Prod. no. possibly WB-513
Music includes:
Mel Street - "Borrowed Angel."
Ivory Joe Hunter - "Shelter Of Your Eyes."

10.xx [514] LaWanda Lindsey / Charlie Rich
Prod. no. WB-514
07Apr1973 WVTV-18 Milwaukee
30Aug1975 (Repeat) WAPI-13 Birmingham, AL
Synopsis:
The Wilburn Brothers - "Treat the Dog Like a Dog."
Lawanda Lindsey - "Georgia Pinewood."
Charlie Rich - "I Washed My Hands in Muddy Water."
The Wilburn Brothers - "Simon Crutchfield's Grave."
Lawanda Lindsey - "Everybody Needs Lovin'."
Curly Chalker and Jimmy Capps - "Free Wheeling" (instrumental)
The Wilburn Brothers - "When the Roll is Called Up Yonder" (Gospel number)
Charlie Rich - "Behind Closed Doors."

10.xx [515] Charlie Walker / Jenny Robbins
Prod. no. WB-515
Synopsis:
The Wilburn Brothers - "We Need A Lot More Happiness."
Jenny Robbins - "Hurt Him Once For Me."
Charlie Walker - "The Lord Knows I'm Drinking."
The Wilburn Brothers - "Someone Before Me."
Jenny Robbins - "If I Never Do Get Over You."
Curly Chalker and Jimmy Capps - "Roly Poly."
The Wilburn Brothers - "Kneel at the Cross" (Gospel number)
Charlie Walker - "Lovesick Blues."

[---] Prod. no. WB-516 (unknown)
[---] Prod. no. WB-517 (unknown)
[---] Prod. no. WB-518 (unknown)
[---] Prod. no. WB-519 (unknown)
[---] Prod. no. WB-520 (unknown)

[---] Ivory Joe Hunter / Judy Kester
12May1973 WKBF-61 Kaiser, Ohio (Saturday 5:30pm)
Music includes:
Judy Kester - "It's Too Late."
The Wilburn Brothers - "Blue Blue Day."
Ivory Joe Hunter - "I Almost Lost My Mind."

10.xx [---] Billy "Crash" Craddock / LaWanda Lindsey
23June1973 WVTV-18 Milwaukee (repeat date?)

[---] Jimmy Driftwood / Leona Williams (1973)
Synopsis:
The Wilburn Brothers - "I Can`t Keep Away From You."
Leona Williams - "Happy Anniversary, Baby." (August 1972)
Jimmy (Jimmie) Driftwood - "Battle of New Orleans."
The Wilburn Brothers - "Arkansas."
Leona Williams - "Anything Goes (Till Everything's Gone)."
The house band plays an instrumental song.
The Willburn Brothers - "Kneel At The Cross."
Jimmy Driftwood - "Mixed-Up Family."

[---] Tommy Overstreet / Barbara Fairchild
21Apr1973 WKBF-61 Kaiser, Ohio (Saturday 5:30pm)

[---] Barbara Mandrell / Glen Sherley
30Jun1973 WKBF-61 Kaiser, Ohio (Saturday 5:30pm)
28Jul1973 WVTV-18 Milwaukee (Saturday 7:30pm)

[---] Jimmie Helms / Peggy Sue
14July1973 WKBF-61 Kaiser, Ohio (Saturday 5:30pm)
Synopsis:
The Wilburn Brothers - "Bloomin' Fools
Jimmie Helms - "The Song About My Baby."
Peggy Sue - "I'm Gettin' Tired of Babyin' You"
The Wilburn Brothers - "The War Keeps Dragging On."
Jimmie Helms - "I Almost Stopped Lovin' You Today."
The Nashville Tennesseans - unknown instrumental
Peggy Sue - "L-O-V-E, Love."
The Wilburn Brothers - "May The Good Lord Bless And Keep You."

[---] Barbara Fairchild / Jimmy Helms
21July1973 WKBF-61 Kaiser, Ohio (Saturday 5:30pm)

[---] Jerry Clower
30June1973 WHCT-18 Hartford (Saturday 8:30pm)

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