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"New American Bandstand 1965" (1952) More at IMDbPro »"Bandstand" (original title)

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Year: 1952 | 1957 | 1958 | 1959 | 1960 | 1961 | 1962 | 1963 | 1964 | 1965 | 1966 | 1967 | 1968 | 1969 | 1970 | 1971 | 1972 | 1973 | 1974 | 1975 | 1976 | 1977 | 1978 | 1979 | 1980 | 1981 | 1982 | 1983 | 1984 | 1985 | 1986 | 1987 | 1988


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Episode #1.1

13 October 1952
"American Bandstand," broadcast from Philadelphia, makes its national debut on the ABC TV network. Billy Williams performs "I'm Gonna Sit Right Down and Write Myself A Letter." The Chordettes sing "Just Between You and Me."
Bob Horn ... Himself - Host
The Billy Williams Quartette ... Themselves
The Chordettes ... Themselves

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Season 1, Episode 2: Episode #1.2

6 August 1957
Dale Hawkins performs "Suzie Q." Joni James sings "Summer Love." Don Rondo performs "White Silver Sands."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Dale Hawkins ... Himself - Musical Guest
Joni James ... Herself - Musical Guest
Don Rondo ... Himself - Musical Guest

Season 1, Episode 3: Episode #1.3

7 August 1957
Paul Anka sings "Diana." Somethin' Smith and the Redheads perform "You Always Hurt the One You Love."

Paul Anka ... Himself - Musical Guest

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Somethin' Smith and the Redheads ... Themselves

Season 1, Episode 4: Episode #1.4

8 August 1957
Kitty Kallen sings "Lasting Love." Frankie Lymon and The Teenagers perform "Goody Goody."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Kitty Kallen ... Herself
Frankie Lymon ... Himself

Season 1, Episode 5: Episode #1.5

9 August 1957
Lee Andrews and The Hearts perform "Long Lonely Nights."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Lee Andrews and The Hearts ... Themselves

Season 1, Episode 6: Episode #1.6

12 August 1957
Gene Vincent and His Blue Caps perform "Lotta Lovin'." The Four Coins sing "Shangri-La."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
The Four Coins ... Themselves
Gene Vincent ... Himself

Season 1, Episode 7: Episode #1.7

13 August 1957
Sal Mineo sings "Lasting Love." Jodie Sands sings "(Please don't say) Sayonara (Goodbye)".

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Sal Mineo ... Himself
Jodie Sands ... Herself

Season 1, Episode 8: Episode #1.8

14 August 1957
Jim Lowe sings "From A Jack to A King." Rusty and Doug (brothers Rusty and Doug Kershaw) perform "Love Me To Pieces."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Don Everly ... Himself

Phil Everly ... Himself
Doug Kershaw ... Himself (as Rusty & Doug)
Jim Lowe

Debbie Reynolds ... Herself

Season 1, Episode 9: Episode #1.9

15 August 1957
Lee Kane sings "Need You."

Season 1, Episode 11: Episode #1.11

19 August 1957

Jimmy Bowen ... Himself

Jerry Lee Lewis ... Himself

Season 1, Episode 14: Episode #1.14

22 August 1957

Billy Eckstine's Band ... Himself
Billy Eckstine ... Himself

Sarah Vaughan ... Herself

Season 1, Episode 16: Episode #1.16

26 August 1957
Buddy Holly and The Crickets perform "That'll Be the Day." Doc Bagby performs the instrumental song "Dumplin's."

Buddy Holly ... Himself

Season 1, Episode 17: Episode #1.17

27 August 1957

Johnny Nash ... Himself

Season 1, Episode 24: Episode #1.24

1 March 1963


Dick Clark ... Himself
Danny and the Juniors ... Themselves

Jerry Lee Lewis ... Himself

Frankie Valli ... Himself - The Four Seasons

Season 1, Episode 27: Episode #1.27

10 September 1957


Jimmie Rodgers ... Himself

Season 1, Episode 30: Episode #1.30

13 September 1957

The Everly Brothers ... Themselves

Season 1, Episode 39: Episode #1.39

26 September 1957

The Rays ... Themselves

Season 1, Episode 40: Episode #1.40

27 September 1957

Chuck Willis ... Himself (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 44: Episode #1.44

3 October 1957

Marvin Rainwater ... Himself

Season 1, Episode 45: Episode #1.45

4 October 1957

Jackie Wilson ... Himself

Season 1, Episode 49: Episode #1.49

9 October 1957


Johnny Mathis ... Himself

Andy Williams ... Himself

Season 1, Episode 50: Episode #1.50

10 October 1957


Jerry Lee Lewis ... Himself

Season 1, Episode 59: Episode #1.59

22 October 1957

Season 1, Episode 70: Episode #1.70

4 November 1957

The Bachelors ... Themselves

Jerry Lee Lewis ... Himself

Season 1, Episode 75: Episode #1.75

8 November 1957


Chuck Berry ... Himself

Season 1, Episode 89: Nightime Edition

25 November 1957

Mickey & Sylvia ... Themselves

Season 1, Episode 94: Episode #1.94

2 December 1957

Sam Cooke ... Himself
Danny and the Juniors ... Themselves

Season 1, Episode 95: Episode #1.95

2 December 1957

The Everly Brothers ... Themselves

Season 1, Episode 108: Episode #1.108

17 December 1957


Bobby Darin ... Himself

Season 1, Episode 125: Episode #1.125

7 January 1958

Bobby Day ... Himself as 'The Hollywood Flames '

Season 1, Episode 128: Episode #1.128

10 January 1958

Eddie Cochran ... Himself
George Hamilton IV ... Himself

Sal Mineo ... Himself

Season 1, Episode 130: Episode #1.130

14 January 1958

Sam Cooke ... Himself

Season 1, Episode 137: Episode #1.137

23 January 1958


Connie Francis ... Herself

Season 1, Episode 138: Episode #1.138

24 January 1958

Frankie Lymon ... Himself

Season 1, Episode 148: Episode #1.148

26 February 1958

Jackie Wilson ... Himself

Season 1, Episode 152: Episode #1.152

4 March 1958

Chuck Willis ... Himself (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 161: Episode #1.161

28 February 1958

Bobby Day ... Himself
Jackie Wilson ... Himself

Season 1, Episode 170: Episode #1.170

10 March 1958


Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
The Four Lads ... Themselves
Jack Jones ... Himself
Frankie Vaughan ... Himself
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 174: Episode #1.174

30 April 1959

Dee Clark ... Himself

Season 1, Episode 175: Episode #1.175

18 March 1958


Jerry Lee Lewis ... Himself

Season 1, Episode 179: Episode #1.179

24 March 1958

Billy and Lillie ... Themselves

Season 1, Episode 186: Episode #1.186

2 April 1958

Johnny Nash ... Himself

Season 1, Episode 196: Episode #1.196

16 April 1958

Dion DiMucci ... Himself

Season 1, Episode 198: Episode #1.198

18 April 1958

Huey Smith and The Clowns ... Themselves
Huey P. Smith ... Himself, as Huey Smith and The Clowns

Season 1, Episode 207: Episode #1.207

1 May 1958

Roy Hamilton ... Himself

Season 1, Episode 214: Episode #1.214

12 May 1958

Mickey & Sylvia ... Themselves

Season 1, Episode 217: Episode #1.217

15 May 1958

Gerry Granahan ... Himself

Season 1, Episode 218: Episode #1.218

16 May 1958

Jack Scott ... Himself

Season 1, Episode 231: Episode #1.231

4 June 1958

Danny and the Juniors ... Themselves

Season 1, Episode 236: Episode #1.236

11 June 1958

Jimmy Clanton ... Himself
Dickie Lee ... Himself

Johnny Tillotson ... Himself

Season 1, Episode 241: Episode #1.241

18 June 1958


Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Jennie Smith ... Herself
The Three Gs ... Themselves

Season 1, Episode 243: Episode #1.243

20 June 1958
Fabian (singer Fabian Forte) performs "I'm In Love."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Fabian ... Himself

Season 1, Episode 244: Episode #1.244

23 June 1958

Marvin Rainwater ... Himself

Season 1, Episode 246: Episode #1.246

25 June 1958


Sandy Stewart ... Herself

Season 1, Episode 247: Episode #1.247

26 June 1958

Roy Hamilton ... Himself

Season 1, Episode 251: Episode #1.251

2 July 1958


Connie Francis ... Herself

Season 1, Episode 252: Episode #1.252

3 July 1958


Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Season 1, Episode 253: Episode #1.253

4 July 1958

Jack Scott ... Himself

Season 1, Episode 263: Episode #1.263

6 August 1958

Jackie Wilson ... Himself

Season 1, Episode 264: Episode #1.264

7 August 1958

Dion DiMucci ... Himself

Season 1, Episode 267: Episode #1.267

24 July 1958


Duane Eddy ... Himself

Season 1, Episode 282: Episode #1.282

14 August 1958
The Slades sing "You Cheated." The Kingsmen perform "Weekend." (These "Kingsmen" are an instrumental group. They are not the 1960s band who recorded "Louie Louie.")
Franny Beecher ... Kingsmen Musician

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Johnny Grande ... Kingsmen Musician
Ralph Jones ... Kingsmen Musician
Rudy Pompilli ... Kingsmen Musician
Billy Williamson ... Kingsmen Musician

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: Episode #2.1

1 September 1958

Frankie Ford ... Himself

Season 2, Episode 4: Episode #2.4

4 September 1958


Jerry Butler ... Himself
The Impressions ... Themselves
Burt Taylor ... Himself

Season 2, Episode 8: Episode #2.8

24 September 1958

Eddie Cochran ... Himself

Wanda Jackson ... Herself
Little Anthony and the Imperials ... Themselves

Johnny Tillotson ... Himself

Season 2, Episode 9: Episode #2.9

12 September 1958

Danny and the Juniors ... Themselves - Dance Duo

Season 2, Episode 13: Episode #2.13

18 September 1958

The Chantels ... Themselves

Season 2, Episode 25: Episode #2.25

16 October 1958


Ritchie Valens ... Himself

Season 2, Episode 29: Episode #2.29

9 September 1958


Duane Eddy ... Himself

Season 2, Episode 36: Episode #2.36

17 October 1958

Roy Hamilton ... Himself

Season 2, Episode 54: Episode #2.54

14 November 1958

Eddie Cochran ... Himself

Season 2, Episode 58: Episode #2.58

19 November 1958

Bobby Day ... Himself

Duane Eddy ... Himself

Season 2, Episode 70: Episode #2.70

5 December 1958

Billy and Lillie ... Themselves

Season 2, Episode 79: Episode #2.79

18 November 1958

Bobby Day ... Himself

Season 2, Episode 95: Episode #2.95

9 January 1959

Dion DiMucci ... Himself

Season 2, Episode 107: Episode #2.107

17 January 1959

Gerry Granahan ... Himself

Season 2, Episode 111: Episode #2.111

30 January 1959

Frankie Lymon ... Himself

Season 2, Episode 120: Episode #2.120

11 February 1959

The Skyliners ... Themselves

Season 2, Episode 121: Episode #2.121

16 February 1959

Season 2, Episode 123: Episode #2.123

18 February 1959

Roy Hamilton ... Himself

Season 2, Episode 125: Episode #2.125

20 February 1959

The Platters ... Themselves

Season 2, Episode 133: Episode #2.133

5 March 1959


Chuck Berry ... Himself

Bill Haley and the Comets ... Themselves

Season 2, Episode 134: Episode #2.134

6 March 1959


Fats Domino ... Himself

Season 2, Episode 148: Episode #2.148

23 March 1959


Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Frankie Ford ... Himself

Johnny Tillotson ... Himself
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 151: Episode #2.151

30 March 1959

Gerry Granahan ... Himself

Season 2, Episode 170: Episode #2.170

24 April 1959


Phil Spector ... Himself as The Teddy Bears

Season 2, Episode 177: Episode #2.177

5 May 1959

Johnny Maestro ... Himself, as 'The Crests'

Season 2, Episode 191: Episode #2.191

18 December 1958

Bobby Day ... Himself

Season 2, Episode 196: Episode #2.196

1 June 1959

Dion DiMucci ... Himself

Season 2, Episode 203: Episode #2.203

23 June 1966

Gene Pitney ... Himself

Season 2, Episode 211: Episode #2.211

22 June 1959

Dee Clark ... Himself

Season 2, Episode 216: Episode #2.216

29 June 1959

Sam Cooke ... Himself

Season 2, Episode 224: Episode #2.224

15 July 1959


Duane Eddy ... Himself

Season 2, Episode 234: Episode #2.234

23 July 1959

Gerry Granahan ... Himself

Season 2, Episode 243: Episode #2.243

19 March 1959

Season 2, Episode 247: Episode #2.247

10 August 1959

Frankie Ford ... Himself

Season 2, Episode 248: Episode #2.248

11 August 1959


Johnny Tillotson ... Himself

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 12: Episode #3.12

15 September 1959
Duane Eddy performs "Forty Miles of Bad Road."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Duane Eddy ... Himself

Season 3, Episode 40: Episode #3.40

26 October 1959
Marv Johnson sings "You Got What It Takes."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Marv Johnson ... Himself

Season 3, Episode 47: Episode #3.47

10 November 1959
Fats Domino performs "Be My Guest."

Season 3, Episode 53: Episode #3.53

9 November 1959
Annette Funicello sings "First Name Initial."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Annette Funicello ... Herself

Season 3, Episode 74: Episode #3.74

11 December 1959
Johnny Tillotson sings "Why Do I Love You So?"

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Johnny Tillotson ... Himself

Season 3, Episode 81: Episode #3.81

22 December 1959
Duane Eddy performs "Bonnie Came Back."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Duane Eddy ... Himself

Season 3, Episode 85: Episode #3.85

28 December 1959


Chubby Checker ... Himself

Season 3, Episode 98: Episode #3.98

13 January 1960


Andy Williams ... Himself

Season 3, Episode 103: Episode #3.103

21 January 1960
Frankie Ford performs "Time After Time."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Frankie Ford ... Himself

Season 3, Episode 114: Episode #3.114

5 February 1960

Johnny Burnette ... Himself'

Season 3, Episode 121: Episode #3.121

16 February 1960


Annette Funicello ... Herself
Johnny Rivers ... Himself

Season 3, Episode 132: Episode #3.132

13 April 1960

Jack Scott ... Himself

Johnny Tillotson ... Himself

Season 3, Episode 140: Episode #3.140

11 March 1960
Barbara McNair sings "He's A King."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Barbara McNair ... Herself

Season 3, Episode 152: Episode #3.152

30 March 1960
The Olympics perform "(Baby) Hully Gully."
The Olympics ... Themselves

Season 3, Episode 153: Episode #3.153

12 July 1960
Frankie Lymon sings "Little Bitty Pretty One."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Frankie Lymon ... Himself

Season 3, Episode 168: Episode #3.168

21 April 1960
Chubby Checker sings "Dancing Dinosaur."

Chubby Checker ... Himself

Season 3, Episode 173: Episode #3.173

12 May 1960
Duane Eddy performs "Because They're Young."

Duane Eddy ... Himself

Season 3, Episode 176: Episode #3.176

10 May 1960

Danny and the Juniors ... Themselves

Season 3, Episode 183: Episode #3.183

11 May 1960
Jerry Butler sings "A Lonely Soldier."

Jerry Butler ... Himself

Season 3, Episode 185: Episode #3.185

1 June 1960
The Flamingos perform "Nobody Loves Me Like You."
The Flamingos ... Themselves

Season 3, Episode 203: Episode #3.203

10 June 1960
The Crests featuring Johnny Mastro perform "Trouble In Paradise."
Johnny Maestro ... Himself, as 'The Crests'

Season 3, Episode 206: Episode #3.206

13 June 1960
Johnny Horton sings "Johnny Freedom."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Johnny Horton ... Himself

Season 3, Episode 211: Episode #3.211

21 June 1960
Sarah Vaughan sings "Ooh, What A Day."

Sarah Vaughan ... Herself

Season 3, Episode 231: Episode #3.231

19 July 1960
Brian Hyland sings "Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie Yellow Polkadot Bikini."
Brian Hyland ... Himself

Season 3, Episode 236: Episode #3.236

25 July 1960
The Smoothies perform "Softly."
Mike Boran ... Himself - Musician (as The Smoothies)
Bill Cleary ... Himself - Musician (as The Smoothies)
Scott McKenzie ... Himself - Musician (as The Smoothies)
John Phillips ... Himself - Musician (as The Smoothies)

Season 3, Episode 246: Episode #3.246

9 August 1960

Jo Ann Campbell ... Herself

Season 3, Episode 256: Episode #3.256

23 August 1960

The Flamingos ... Themselves

Season 3, Episode 262: Episode #3.262

31 August 1960
The Olympics perform "Shimmy Like Kate." Disk jockey Jim Lounsberry of Chicago is the guest host.
The Olympics ... Themselves

Season 3, Episode 263: Episode #3.263

1 September 1960
Adam Wade sings "Speaking Of Her." Penney Parker sings "Heartache Weather." Disc jockey Jerry Haynes of Dallas, Texas, is the guest host.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Adam Wade ... Himself

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 14: Episode #4.14

22 September 1960

Jimmy Clanton ... Himself

Annette Funicello ... Herself

Johnny Tillotson ... Himself

Season 4, Episode 18: Episode #4.18

28 September 1960


Chubby Checker ... Himself

Season 4, Episode 21: Episode #4.21

3 October 1960


Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Tina Turner ... Herself (as Ike & Tina Turner)

Season 4, Episode 26: Episode #4.26

10 October 1960
R&B singer Joe Jones performs "You Talk Too Much."
Joe Jones ... Himself

Season 4, Episode 28: Episode #4.28

12 October 1960

Jack Scott ... Himself

Season 4, Episode 33: Episode #4.33

19 October 1960

The Shirelles ... Themselves

Season 4, Episode 37: Episode #4.37

25 October 1960


Donnie Brooks ... Himself

Fats Domino ... Himself

Johnny Mathis ... Himself

Season 4, Episode 42: Episode #4.42

1 November 1960


Jerry Butler ... Himself

Season 4, Episode 44: Episode #4.44

3 November 1960
Rockabilly musician Johnny Burnette performs his new record "You're Sixteen."
Johnny Burnette ... Himself

Season 4, Episode 48: Episode #4.48

9 November 1960


Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Duane Eddy ... Himself

Season 4, Episode 49: Episode #4.49

10 November 1960

Adam Wade ... Himself

Season 4, Episode 51: Episode #4.51

14 November 1960


Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Wanda Jackson ... Herself

Season 4, Episode 56: Episode #4.56

21 November 1960


Jerry Butler ... Himself

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Season 4, Episode 57: Episode #4.57

22 November 1960


Conway Twitty ... Himself

Season 4, Episode 62: Episode #4.62

29 November 1960

Dion DiMucci ... Himself

Season 4, Episode 67: Episode #4.67

7 December 1960

The Edsels ... Themselves

Annette Funicello ... Herself

Season 4, Episode 69: Episode #4.69

8 December 1960


Dick Clark ... Himself
Danny and the Juniors ... Themselves
Joe Jones ... Himself

Season 4, Episode 70: Episode #4.70

12 October 1960

Jo Ann Campbell ... Herself
Dante and The Evergreens ... Themselves

Season 4, Episode 71: Episode #4.71

13 December 1960


Bobby Darin ... Himself

Season 4, Episode 73: Episode #4.73

14 December 1960

Jimmy Clanton ... Himself
The Diamonds ... Themselves

Season 4, Episode 75: Episode #4.75

16 December 1960


Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Fabian ... Himself

Season 4, Episode 81: Episode #4.81

27 December 1960


Smokey Robinson ... Themselves

Season 4, Episode 86: Episode #4.86

2 January 1961


Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Season 4, Episode 94: Episode #4.94

13 January 1961


Conway Twitty ... Himself

Season 4, Episode 97: Episode #4.97

18 January 1961


Johnny Tillotson ... Himself

Season 4, Episode 99: Episode #4.99

19 January 1961


Skeeter Davis ... Herself
Dion DiMucci ... Himself (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 101: Episode #4.101

24 January 1961

Johnny Burnette ... Himself

Season 4, Episode 103: Episode #4.103

26 January 1961

Frankie Lymon ... Himself

Season 4, Episode 107: Episode #4.107

1 February 1961

The Belmonts ... Themselves

Season 4, Episode 109: Episode #4.109

3 February 1961

Gene Pitney ... Himself

Season 4, Episode 121: Episode #4.121

21 February 1961

The Shirelles ... Themselves

Season 4, Episode 127: Episode #4.127

1 March 1961


Johnny Mathis ... Himself

Season 4, Episode 130: Episode #4.130

6 March 1961

Season 4, Episode 135: Episode #4.135

13 March 1961

The Capris ... Themselves

Season 4, Episode 137: Episode #4.137

14 March 1961


Jerry Butler ... Himself

Season 4, Episode 140: Episode #4.140

20 March 1961

Adam Wade ... Himself

Season 4, Episode 142: Episode #4.142

22 March 1961

Frankie Lymon ... Himself

Season 4, Episode 154: Episode #4.154

7 April 1961

Gene Pitney ... Himself

Season 4, Episode 155: Episode #4.155

10 April 1961

Del Shannon ... Himself

Season 4, Episode 160: Episode #4.160

17 April 1961

Jo Ann Campbell ... Herself

Season 4, Episode 164: Episode #4.164

24 April 1961

Dion DiMucci ... Himself
Johnny Maestro ... Himself

Season 4, Episode 165: Episode #4.165

25 April 1961

Johnny Maestro ... Himself

Season 4, Episode 169: Episode #4.169

14 April 1961

Jack Scott ... Himself

Season 4, Episode 172: Episode #4.172

3 May 1961

Dee Clark ... Himself

Season 4, Episode 174: Episode #4.174

4 May 1961


Troy Donahue ... Himself
Mark Lindsay ... Himself

Season 4, Episode 176: Episode #4.176

10 May 1961

Danny and the Juniors ... Themselves

Season 4, Episode 178: Episode #4.178

11 May 1961

Johnny Nash ... Himself

Season 4, Episode 181: Episode #4.181

15 May 1961


Johnny Crawford ... Himself

Season 4, Episode 190: Episode #4.190

29 May 1961

Johnny Burnette ... Himself
Dale Hawkins ... Himself

Tony Orlando ... Himself

Season 4, Episode 192: Episode #4.192

31 May 1961

Adam Wade ... Himself

Season 4, Episode 194: Episode #4.194

2 June 1961

Bobby Lewis ... Himself

Season 4, Episode 196: Episode #4.196

7 June 1961


Tony Orlando ... Himself

Season 4, Episode 198: Episode #4.198

8 June 1961

Roy Hamilton ... Himself

Season 4, Episode 201: Episode #4.201

13 June 1961

Linda Scott ... Herself

Season 4, Episode 203: Episode #4.203

16 June 1961

Gary U.S. Bonds ... Himself
Roy Hamilton ... Himself

Season 4, Episode 206: Episode #4.206

21 June 1961

Brenda Lee ... Herself

Season 4, Episode 207: Episode #4.207

22 June 1961

Roy Hamilton ... Himself
Larry Chance & The Earls ... Themselves (as The Earls)

Season 4, Episode 214: Episode #4.214

29 June 1961


Wanda Jackson ... Herself

Season 4, Episode 218: Episode #4.218

6 June 1961

Will Jordan ... Himself
Larry Chance & The Earls ... Themselves (as The Earls)

Conway Twitty ... Himself
Mary Wells ... Herself

Season 4, Episode 226: Episode #4.226

17 July 1961

Jack Scott ... Himself

Season 4, Episode 229: Episode #4.229

21 July 1961

Gene Pitney ... Himself

Season 4, Episode 230: Episode #4.230

21 July 1961

Dion DiMucci ... Himself
Gene Pitney ... Himself

Season 4, Episode 233: Episode #4.233

26 July 1961

Gary U.S. Bonds ... Himself
Roy Hamilton ... Himself

Season 4, Episode 241: Episode #4.241

9 August 1961

Barry Mann ... Himself

Tony Orlando ... Himself

Season 4, Episode 244: Episode #4.244

10 August 1961


Chubby Checker ... Himself

Season 4, Episode 252: Episode #4.252

22 August 1961


Jerry Butler ... Himself

Season 4, Episode 257: Episode #4.257

29 August 1961


Nick Clooney ... Himself (Guest Host)

Season 5


Season 5, Episode 1: Episode #5.1

4 September 1961


Dick Clark ... Himself
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself
Ray Stevens ... Himself

Season 5, Episode 5: Episode #5.5

8 September 1961

Anita Bryant ... Herself

Dick Clark ... Himself
Frank Darien ... Himself
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself
Dean Reed ... Himself

Season 5, Episode 8: Episode #5.8

13 September 1961

Mary Wells ... Herself

Season 5, Episode 17: Episode #5.17

26 September 1961

Dion DiMucci ... Himself

Season 5, Episode 18: Episode #5.18

27 September 1961


Chubby Checker ... Himself

Season 5, Episode 21: Episode #5.21

2 October 1961


Duane Eddy ... Himself

Season 5, Episode 34: Episode #5.34

19 October 1961


James Brown ... Himself

Season 5, Episode 36: Episode #5.36

23 October 1961


Fats Domino ... Himself

Season 5, Episode 45: Episode #5.45

2 November 1962


Chubby Checker ... Himself

Season 5, Episode 50: Episode #5.50

10 November 1961

Joey Dee ... Himself

Season 5, Episode 61: Episode #5.61

27 November 1961
Actress-singer Ann-Margret performs "It Do Me So Good."

Ann-Margret ... Herself

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Season 5, Episode 62: Episode #5.62

28 November 1961


Johnny Tillotson ... Himself

Season 5, Episode 67: Episode #5.67

5 December 1961


Tony Bennett ... Himself

Season 5, Episode 71: Episode #5.71

26 December 1961

The Belmonts ... Themselves

Season 5, Episode 73: Episode #5.73

13 December 1961

Del Shannon ... Himself

Season 5, Episode 78: Episode #5.78

20 December 1961

Gary U.S. Bonds ... Himself
Roy Hamilton ... Himself

Season 5, Episode 80: Episode #5.80

22 December 1961


Tony Orlando ... Himself

Season 5, Episode 82: Episode #5.82

26 December 1961

Season 5, Episode 96: Episode #5.96

15 January 1962

The Shirelles ... Themselves

Season 5, Episode 99: Episode #5.99

18 January 1962
Ike and Tina Turner perform "Poor Fool."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Ike Turner ... Himself (as Ike and Tina Turner)

Tina Turner ... Herself (as Ike and Tina Turner)

Season 5, Episode 104: Episode #5.104

25 January 1962

Adam Wade ... Himself

Season 5, Episode 106: Episode #5.106

29 January 1962

Jackie Wilson ... Himself

Season 5, Episode 108: Episode #5.108

31 January 1962


Johnny Crawford ... Himself

Season 5, Episode 110: Episode #5.110

2 February 1962

Linda Scott ... Herself

Season 5, Episode 113: Episode #5.113

9 February 1962

Jack Scott ... Himself

Season 5, Episode 116: Episode #5.116

12 February 1962

Brenda Lee ... Herself

Season 5, Episode 121: Episode #5.121

19 February 1962

Marvin Rainwater ... Himself

Season 5, Episode 122: Episode #5.122

20 February 1962
Joey Dee and The Starliters perform "Hey Let's Twist," their new single on the Roulette label.
Joey Dee ... Himself

Season 5, Episode 124: Episode #5.124

22 February 1962
Patsy Cline sings "She's Got You."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Patsy Cline ... Herself

Season 5, Episode 133: Episode #5.133

7 March 1962
Clyde McPhatter performs his Top 10 hit "Lover Please."
Clyde McPhatter ... Himself

Season 5, Episode 135: Episode #5.135

9 March 1962
Singer Brian Hyland performs his latest single, "Ginny Come Lately."
Brian Hyland ... Himself

Season 5, Episode 143: Episode #5.143

21 March 1962
Jo Ann Campbell sings "I Changed My Mind Jack."
Jo Ann Campbell ... Herself

Season 5, Episode 152: Episode #5.152

3 April 1961
Motown artist Mary Wells sings "The One Who Really Loves You."
Mary Wells ... Herself

Season 5, Episode 165: Episode #5.165

20 April 1962

Ketty Lester ... Herself

Season 5, Episode 170: Episode #5.170

27 April 1962


Fats Domino ... Himself

Season 5, Episode 191: Episode #5.191

28 May 1962


Smokey Robinson ... Themselves

Season 5, Episode 196: Episode #5.196

5 June 1962

Brian Hyland ... Himself

Season 5, Episode 200: Episode #5.200

11 June 1962


James Brown ... Himself

James Darren ... Himself

Season 5, Episode 204: Episode #5.204

14 June 1962

Brenda Lee ... Herself

Season 5, Episode 211: Episode #5.211

25 June 1962


Jerry Butler ... Himself

Season 5, Episode 227: Episode #5.227

17 July 1962

Brian Hyland ... Himself

Season 5, Episode 228: Episode #5.228

18 July 1962

Patsy Cline ... Herself

Johnny Crawford ... Himself-Guest Host

Duane Eddy ... Himself

Season 5, Episode 231: Episode #5.231

24 July 1962


Chubby Checker ... Himself

Season 5, Episode 233: Episode #5.233

25 July 1962

Dion DiMucci ... Himself

Season 5, Episode 237: Episode #5.237

31 July 1962

Jack Scott ... Himself

Season 5, Episode 239: Episode #5.239

2 August 1962


Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Aretha Franklin ... Herself

Season 5, Episode 243: Episode #5.243

8 August 1962

Joey Dee ... Himself

Season 5, Episode 247: Episode #5.247

14 August 1962

The Duprees ... Themselves

Season 5, Episode 254: Episode #5.254

23 August 1962


Jerry Lee Lewis ... Himself

Season 5, Episode 256: Episode #5.256

27 August 1962

Ketty Lester ... Herself

Season 5, Episode 257: Episode #5.257

28 August 1962

Jimmy Clanton ... Himself

Season 5, Episode 259: Episode #5.259

30 August 1962


Jimmie Rodgers ... Himself

Season 5, Episode 262: Episode #5.262

31 August 1960

The Olympics ... Themselves

Season 6


Season 6, Episode 2: Episode #6.2

5 September 1962

Dinah Washington ... Herself

Season 6, Episode 12: Episode #6.12

19 September 1962

Brian Hyland ... Himself

Season 6, Episode 13: Episode #6.13

20 September 1962

Season 6, Episode 14: Episode #6.14

20 September 1962


Annette Funicello ... Herself (as Annette)

Season 6, Episode 19: Episode #6.19

27 September 1962

Mary Wells ... Herself

Season 6, Episode 36: Episode #6.36

22 October 1962


Marvin Gaye ... Himself

Season 6, Episode 40: Episode #6.40

26 October 1962

Joey Dee ... Himself

Season 6, Episode 45: Episode #6.45

2 November 1962


Chubby Checker ... Himself

Season 6, Episode 50: Episode #6.50

9 November 1962

Dion DiMucci ... Himself

Season 6, Episode 53: Episode #6.53

14 November 1962

Adam Wade ... Himself

Season 6, Episode 62: Episode #6.62

18 December 1962

Timi Yuro ... Herself

Season 6, Episode 65: Episode #6.65

30 November 1962


Fabian ... Himself

Season 6, Episode 66: Episode #6.66

4 December 1962


Tony Bennett ... Himself

Season 6, Episode 68: Episode #6.68

6 December 1962

Brian Hyland ... Himself

Season 6, Episode 74: Episode #6.74

13 December 1962
Connie Francis sings "I'm Gonna Be Warm This Winter."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Connie Francis ... Herself
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 6, Episode 84: Episode #6.84

28 December 1962

Mary Wells ... Herself

Season 6, Episode 98: Episode #6.98

17 January 1963

Dion DiMucci ... Himself

Season 6, Episode 102: Episode #6.102

23 January 1963


Johnny Mathis ... Himself

Season 6, Episode 110: Episode #6.110

4 February 1963


Johnny Mathis ... Himself

Bobby Rydell ... Himself

Season 6, Episode 111: Episode #6.111

19 March 1963

Timi Yuro ... Herself

Season 6, Episode 112: Episode #6.112

6 February 1963


James Darren ... Himself

Season 6, Episode 114: Episode #6.114

8 February 1963

Lou Christie ... Himself

Season 6, Episode 119: Episode #6.119

14 February 1963
Skeeter Davis sings "End of the World."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Skeeter Davis ... Herself
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 6, Episode 121: Episode #6.121

19 February 1963

Johnnie Ray ... Himself

Johnny Tillotson ... Himself

Season 6, Episode 122: Episode #6.122

20 February 1963

Lou Christie ... Himself

Season 6, Episode 129: Episode #6.129

1 March 1963


Frankie Valli ... Himself - The Four Seasons

Season 6, Episode 133: Episode #6.133

6 March 1963


Connie Francis ... Herself

Season 6, Episode 138: Episode #6.138

14 March 1963

Jo Ann Campbell ... Herself

Season 6, Episode 166: Episode #6.166

24 April 1963

Bobby Lewis ... Himself

Season 6, Episode 190: Episode #6.190

24 May 1963
Skeeter Davis sings "I'm Saving My Love."

Skeeter Davis ... Herself

Season 6, Episode 192: Episode #6.192

30 May 1963


Lesley Gore ... Herself

Season 6, Episode 194: Episode #6.194

31 May 1963

Brian Hyland ... Himself

Season 6, Episode 198: Episode #6.198

5 June 1963


Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Season 6, Episode 220: Episode #6.220

4 July 1963

Joey Dee ... Himself

Season 6, Episode 221: Episode #6.221

8 July 1963
Stevie Wonder performs "Fingertips, Part 2"

Stevie Wonder ... Himself

Season 6, Episode 226: Episode #6.226

12 June 1963


Chubby Checker ... Himself
Timi Yuro ... Herself

Season 6, Episode 232: Episode #6.232

23 July 1963


Roy Orbison ... Himself

Season 6, Episode 233: Episode #6.233

25 July 1963

Brian Hyland ... Himself

Season 6, Episode 235: Episode #6.235

26 July 1963

Jimmy Clanton ... Himself

Season 6, Episode 242: Episode #6.242

7 August 1963

Jo Ann Campbell ... Herself

Season 6, Episode 251: Episode #6.251

19 August 1963


Duane Eddy ... Himself

Season 6, Episode 259: Episode #6.259

29 August 1963


Fats Domino ... Himself

Season 7


Season 7, Episode 1: Episode #7.1

7 September 1963
The Jaynetts sing "Sally Go 'Round the Roses." Neil Sedaka sings "The Dreamer."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
The Jaynetts ... Themselves - Musical Guests
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Neil Sedaka ... Himself - Musical Guest

Season 7, Episode 2: Episode #7.2

14 September 1963
Dion (singer Dion Di Muci) sings "Donna the Prima Donna." Major Lance sings "The Monkey Time."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Dion DiMucci ... Himself
Major Lance ... Himself - Musical Guest
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 7, Episode 3: Episode #7.3

21 September 1963
Skeeter Davis sings "I Can't Stay Mad at You." Garnet Mimms sings "Cry Baby."

Chubby Checker ... Himself

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Skeeter Davis ... Herself
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
Timi Yuro ... Herself

Season 7, Episode 4: Episode #7.4

24 September 1963
The Ronettes sing "Be My Baby." Bobby Rydell sings "Let's Make Love Tonight." Through an interpreter, Dick Clark interviews Igor, a teenage acrobat currently touring the US with the Moscow Circus.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
The Ronettes ... Themselves

Bobby Rydell ... Himself

Season 7, Episode 5: Episode #7.5

5 October 1963
Dee Dee Sharp sings "Wild!" Linda Scott sings "Let's Fall in Love."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
Linda Scott ... Herself
Dee Dee Sharp ... Herself (as DeeDee Sharp)

Season 7, Episode 6: Episode #7.6

12 October 1963
The Chiffons sing "A Love So Fine." Also, Dick Clark celebrates the 11th Anniversary of the Philadelphia version of "Bandstand." Clark is joined by audience members who danced on the premiere October 13, 1952 show.
The Chiffons ... Themselves - Musical Guests

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 7, Episode 7: Episode #7.7

16 October 1963
Bill Anderson sings "8 X 10." Little Peggy March sings "Hello Heartache, Goodbye Love."
Bill Anderson ... Himself - Musical Guest

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Peggy March ... Herself (as Little Peggy March)
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 7, Episode 8: Episode #7.8

26 October 1963
Freddy Cannon sings "That's The Way Girls Are." The Busters perform "Bust Out," an instrumental song.
The Busters ... Themselves - Musical Guests
Freddy Cannon ... Himself - Musical Guest

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 7, Episode 9: Episode #7.9

2 November 1963
Dale and Grace (Dale Houston and Grace Broussard) sing "I'm Leaving it Up to You." Wayne Newton sings "Shirl Girl."
Grace Broussard ... Herself (as Dale and Grace)

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Dale Houston ... Himself (as Dale and Grace)

Wayne Newton ... Himself - Musical Guest
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 7, Episode 10: Episode #7.10

9 November 1963


Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
Gene Pitney ... Himself

Season 7, Episode 11: Episode #7.11

16 November 1963
Bobby Bare sings "500 Miles (Away From Home)." Brian Hyland sings "Let Us Make Our Own Mistakes."
Bobby Bare ... Himself - Musical Guest

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Brian Hyland ... Himself
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 7, Episode 12: Dick Clark's Celebrity Party

30 November 1963
A celebrity party taped at Frankie Avalon's former home. Musical performances by Annette Funicello, Nino Tempo and April Stevens, Donna Loren, The Challengers, Dick and Dee Dee, and Trini Lopez. Dick Clark chats with celebrity party-goers.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Annette Funicello ... Herself - Musical Guest

Donna Loren ... Herself - Performer
Trini López ... Himself - Performer

Season 7, Episode 13: Episode #7.13

7 December 1963
Neil Sedaka sings "Bad Girl." Vito and The Salutations, a vocal quartet, sing "Unchained Melody."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
Vito and The Salutations ... Themselves - Musical Guests

Neil Sedaka ... Himself - Musical Guest

Season 7, Episode 14: Episode #7.14

21 December 1963
Chubby Checker sings "Loddy Lo." Donald Jenkins, of Donald Jenkins and The Delighters, sings "Adios (My Secret Love)."

Chubby Checker ... Himself - Musical Guest

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 7, Episode 15: Episode #7.15

4 January 1964
Shirley Ellis sings "The Nitty Gritty." Steve Wahrer (singer and drummer of the Trashmen) performs "Surfin' Bird."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Shirley Ellis ... Herself - Musical Guest
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 7, Episode 16: Episode #7.16

11 January 1964
The Crystals sing "Little Boy." Freddy Cannon sings "Abigail Beecher."
Freddy Cannon ... Himself - Musical Guest

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
The Crystals ... Themselves - Musical Guests
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 7, Episode 17: Episode #7.17

18 January 1964
Jimmy Clanton sings "Red Don't Go with Blue." Major Lance sings "Um, Um, Um, Um, Um, Um."
Jimmy Clanton ... Himself

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Major Lance ... Himself - Musical Guest
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 7, Episode 18: Episode #7.18

25 January 1964
Dee Dee Sharp sings "Where Did I Go Wrong?" Bobby Vinton sings "There. I've Said it Again."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
Dee Dee Sharp ... Herself - Musical Guest

Bobby Vinton ... Himself - Musical Guest

Season 7, Episode 19: Episode #7.19

1 February 1964
Final Philadelphia show. Linda Scott sings "Who's Been Sleeping in My Bed?" Johnny Tillotson performs "Worried Guy."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
Linda Scott ... Herself

Johnny Tillotson ... Himself

Season 7, Episode 20: Episode #7.20

8 February 1964
American Bandstand moves to California. Dick and Dee Dee sing "All My Trials." Jackie DeShannon sings "Oh Boy."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Jackie DeShannon ... Herself - Musical Guest
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
Dee Dee Sperling ... Herself (as Dick and Dee Dee)
Dick St. John ... Himself (as Dick and Dee Dee)

Season 7, Episode 21: Episode #7.21

15 February 1964
Bobby Vee sings "Stranger in Your Arms." And, for the first time on American Bandstand, a Salute to the Beatles.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
Bobby Vee ... Himself - Musical Guest

Season 7, Episode 22: Episode #7.22

22 February 1964
Shelley Fabares sings "Football Season's Over." Jody Miller sings "He Walks Like A Man."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Shelley Fabares ... Herself - Musical Guest
Jody Miller ... Herself - Musical Guest
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 7, Episode 23: Episode #7.23

29 February 1964
Wayne Newton sings "I'm Looking Over A Four-Leaf Clover." Round Robin performs "Slauson Town."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Wayne Newton ... Himself - Musical Guest
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
Round Robin ... Himself - Musical Guest

Season 7, Episode 24: Episode #7.24

7 March 1964
Johnny Crawford sings "Sandy." The Rip Chords perform "Hey Little Cobra"

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Johnny Crawford ... Himself
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
The Rip Chords ... Themselves

Season 7, Episode 25: Episode #7.25

14 March 1964
Bob Braun sings "Sweet Violets." April Stevens and Nino Tempo sing "Stardust."
Bob Braun ... Himself

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
April Stevens ... Herself
Nino Tempo ... Himself

Season 7, Episode 26: Episode #7.26

21 March 1964
Betty Everett sings "The Shoop Shoop Song (It's in His Kiss)." Trini Lopez performs "Jailer, Bring Me Water."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Betty Everett ... Herself - Musical Guest
Trini López ... Himself - Musical Guest
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 7, Episode 27: Episode #7.27

28 March 1964
Terry Stafford sings "Suspicion." The Pyramids (surf band from Long Beach, CA) perform "Penetration."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
The Pyramids ... Themselves - Musical Guests
Terry Stafford ... Himself - Musical Guest

Season 7, Episode 28: Episode #7.28

4 April 1964
Sam Cooke sings "(Ain't That) Good News?" Bobby Rydell sings "Make Me Forget."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Sam Cooke ... Himself
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Bobby Rydell ... Himself

Season 7, Episode 29: Episode #7.29

11 April 1964
The Dovells perform "One Potato, Two Potato." John Andrea sings "Cathy Can I Take You Home?"
John Andrea ... Himself - Musical Guest

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
The Dovells ... Themselves - Musical Guests
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 7, Episode 30: Episode #7.30

16 April 1964
The Beach Boys perform "Don't Worry Baby." And, for the second time on AB, a Salute to the Beatles. Tribute includes footage of their Feb. 7, 1964 arrival, and press conference, at JFK airport. The studio audience dances to Beatles records.

The Beach Boys ... Themselves - Musical Guests

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Brian Wilson ... Himself (as The Beach Boys)

Season 7, Episode 31: Episode #7.31

25 April 1964
Jackie DeShannon sings "Oh Boy." Duane Eddy performs "Guitar Child" (with hand puppets, operated by Dick Clark and Charlie O'Donnell, miming the backup singers' vocals).

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Jackie DeShannon ... Herself - Musical Guest

Duane Eddy ... Himself - Musical Guest
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 7, Episode 32: Episode #7.32

2 May 1964
The Bermudas (female vocal trio) sing "Donnie." Freddy Cannon sings "Odie Cologne."
Freddy Cannon ... Himself - Musical Guest

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 7, Episode 33: Episode #7.33

9 May 1964
Dusty Springfield sings "Stay Awhile." Round Robin sings "Kick that Little Foot, Sally Ann."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
Round Robin ... Himself - Musical Guest
Dusty Springfield ... Herself - Musical Guest

Season 7, Episode 34: Episode #7.34

16 May 1964
Jan and Dean perform "Dead Man's Curve." Mike Clifford sings "All the Colors of the Rainbow (Turn to Blue)."
Jan Berry ... Himself (as Jan & Dean)

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Mike Clifford ... Himself - Musical Guest
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
Dean Torrence ... Himself (as Jan & Dean)

Season 7, Episode 35: Episode #7.35

23 May 1964
Marvin Gaye sings "Try It Baby." The Rip Chords perform "Three Window Coupe."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Marvin Gaye ... Himself
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
The Rip Chords ... Themselves - Musical Guests

Season 7, Episode 36: Episode #7.36

30 May 1964
Don Grady (from "My Three Sons") sings "A Broken Heart Knows Better." Nino Tempo and April Stevens sing "Honeysuckle Rose."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Don Grady ... Himself
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
April Stevens ... Herself
Nino Tempo ... Himself

Season 7, Episode 37: Episode #7.37

6 June 1964
Brenda Holloway sings "Every Little Bit Hurts." Roosevelt "Rosey" Grier (of The Los Angeles Rams) sings "Fool, Fool, Fool."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Roosevelt Grier ... Himself - Musical Guest
Brenda Holloway ... Herself - Musical Guest
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 7, Episode 38: Episode #7.38

13 June 1964
Jimmie Rodgers sings "The World I Used to Know." Dennis Provisor (as Denny Provisor) performs "Mickey Mouse."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Jimmie Rodgers ... Himself

Season 7, Episode 39: Episode #7.39

20 June 1964
Wayne Newton sings "Only You." The American Beetles (band from West Palm Beach, Florida) perform "School Days."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Wayne Newton ... Himself - Musical Guest
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 7, Episode 40: Episode #7.40

27 June 1964
The Paris Sisters sing "Dream Lover."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
The Paris Sisters ... Themselves - Musical Guests

Season 7, Episode 41: Episode #7.41

4 July 1964
A Salute to Elvis Presley. The studio audience dances to Elvis records.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 7, Episode 42: Episode #7.42

11 July 1964
Johnny Rivers performs "Memphis." Roger Miller performs "Dang Me."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Roger Miller ... Himself - Musical Guest
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
Johnny Rivers ... Himself

Season 7, Episode 43: Episode #7.43

18 July 1964
Terry Stafford sings "I'll Touch A Star." Bobby Freeman sings "C'mon and Swim."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Bobby Freeman ... Himself - Musical Guest
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
Terry Stafford ... Himself - Musical Guest

Season 7, Episode 44: Episode #7.44

25 July 1964
American Bandstand's 3rd Salute to the Beatles. Scenes from the Beatles' upcoming movie, "A Hard Day's Night," are presented. As with the previous two tributes, the studio audience dances to Beatles' records.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 7, Episode 45: Episode #7.45

1 August 1964
The Premieres perform "Farmer John." Dale and Grace (Dale Houston and Grace Broussard) sing "Darling, It's Wonderful."
Grace Broussard ... Herself (as Dale and Grace)

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Dale Houston ... Himself (as Dale and Grace)
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 7, Episode 46: Episode #7.46

8 August 1964
Little Richard performs "Bama Lama Bama Loo." Rene and Rene (Latin pop duo, René Ornelas and René Herrera) sing "Angelito." Singer-actor Fabian (Fabian Forte) is interviewed.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Fabian ... Himself

Little Richard ... Himself
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 7, Episode 47: Episode #7.47

15 August 1964
American Bandstand's 7th Anniversary Show. Clips from past shows include Bandstand's Roaring '20's gala (1960), a Funhouse show (1961), and a skating party (1961). Actress Susan Seaforth presents Dick Clark with a cake containing 7 candles.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
Susan Seaforth Hayes ... Herself

Season 7, Episode 48: Episode #7.48

22 August 1964
Major Lance sings "Rhythm." Jan and Dean perform "Sidewalk Surfin'" (with Dean demonstrating a few skateboard tricks). Dick Clark interviews Fabian (singer-actor Fabian Forte).
Jan Berry ... Himself (as Jan and Dean)

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Fabian ... Himself
Major Lance ... Himself - Musical Guest
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
Dean Torrence ... Himself (as Jan and Dean)

Season 7, Episode 49: Episode #7.49

29 August 1964
The Standells perform "Help Yourself." Irma Thomas sings "Anyone Who Knows What Love Is (Will Understand)."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
The Standells ... Themselves - Musical Guests

Irma Thomas ... Herself - Musical Guest

Season 8


Season 8, Episode 1: Episode #8.1

5 September 1964
Johnny Rivers performs "Maybelline." Jerry Wallace sings "In the Misty Moonlight."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
Johnny Rivers ... Himself
Jerry Wallace ... Himself - Musical Guest

Season 8, Episode 2: Episode #8.2

12 September 1964
Brenda Holloway sings "I'll Always Love You." John Andrea sings "Every Heart."
John Andrea ... Himself - Musical Guest

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Brenda Holloway ... Herself
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 8, Episode 3: Episode #8.3

19 September 1964
Ray Peterson sings "Oh No!" The Superbs sing "Baby Baby All the Time."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
The Daisies ... Themselves
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
Ray Peterson ... Himself
The Superbs ... Themselves

Season 8, Episode 4: Episode #8.4

26 September 1964
The Ventures perform "Slaughter On Tenth Avenue." Bobby Jameson sings "I'm Lonely." Dick Clark interviews TV personality-actor Robert Q. Lewis.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Robert Q. Lewis ... Himself - Interview
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
The Ventures ... Themselves - Musical Guests

Season 8, Episode 5: Episode #8.5

3 October 1964
The Newbeats sing "Bread and Butter" and "Everything's Alright." Round Robin sings "Kick that Little Foot, Sally Ann" and "Who's the Roundest of them All?" Dick Clark interviews actor-singer Paul Petersen (of "The Donna Reed Show").

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
The Newbeats ... Themselves - Musical Guests
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Paul Petersen ... Himself - Interview
Round Robin ... Himself - Musical Guest

Season 8, Episode 6: Episode #8.6

10 October 1964
American Bandstand's 4th Salute to the Beatles. The Fab Four are seen, and heard, in interviews provided by KABC TV and KRLA radio. Casey Kasem's tribute record, "A Letter from Elena," is played. Plus, scenes from "A Hard Day's Night."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 8, Episode 7: Episode #8.7

17 October 1964
Lou Christie sings "The Gypsy Cried" and "Have I Sinned?" The Hondells perform "Little Honda" and "Hot Rod High." Dick Clark interviews singer-actor Bobby Darin.
Lou Christie ... Himself - Musical Guest

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Bobby Darin ... Himself

The Hondells ... Themselves
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 8, Episode 8: Episode #8.8

24 October 1964
Jerry Lee Lewis performs "Great Balls of Fire" and "High Heel Sneakers." The Spats perform "The Roach" and "Gator Tails and Monkey Ribs." Dick Clark interviews singer Bobby Vinton.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Jerry Lee Lewis ... Himself
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Bobby Vinton ... Himself

Season 8, Episode 9: Episode #8.9

31 October 1964
1964 Halloween Show. Lou Johnson sings "Always Something There to Remind Me" and "Kentucky Bluebird (Send A Message To Martha)." Bobby "Boris" Pickett sings "Monster Swim" and "Monster Mash." "Addams Family" star John Astin is interviewed.

John Astin ... Himself - Interview

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
Bobby Pickett ... Himself - Performer

Season 8, Episode 10: Episode #8.10

7 November 1964
The Everly Brothers perform "Gone, Gone, Gone" and "Cathy's Clown." Bobby Vinton sings "It's Better To Have Loved" and "Mr. Lonely." Dick Clark interviews singer Bobby Freeman.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
The Everly Brothers ... Themselves
Bobby Freeman ... Himself - Interview
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Bobby Vinton ... Himself - Musical Guest

Season 8, Episode 11: Episode #8.11

14 November 1964
Dick and DeeDee sing "The Mountain's High" and "Thou Shalt Not Steal." Terry Black sings "Unless You Care" and "Can We Go Somewhere?" In the Celebrity Corner, Dick Clark interviews guitarist Duane Eddy.
Terry Black ... Himself - Musical Guest

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Dick and Dee Dee ... Themselves
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
Dee Dee Sperling ... Herself (as Dick and Dee Dee)
Dick St. John ... Himself (as Dick and Dee Dee)

Season 8, Episode 12: Episode #8.12

21 November 1964
The Larks sing "The Jerk" and "Forget Me." Mike Clifford sings "Don't Make Her Cry" and "Close to Cathy." In the Celebrity Corner, Dick Clark interviews singer Arthur Prysock.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Mike Clifford ... Himself - Musical Guest
The Larks ... Themselves - Musical Guests
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
Arthur Prysock ... Himself - Interview

Season 8, Episode 13: Episode #8.13

28 November 1964
Chad and Jeremy perform "A Summer Song" and "Willow Weep for Me." Bobby Freeman sings "C'mon and Swim" and "S-W-I-M." In the Celebrity Corner, Dick Clark interviews actor Jimmy Boyd.

Jimmy Boyd ... Himself - Interview

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Jeremy Clyde ... Himself (as Chad & Jeremy)
Bobby Freeman ... Himself - Musical Guest
Chad and Jeremy ... Themselves - Musical Guests
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
Chad Stuart ... Himself (as Chad & Jeremy)

Season 8, Episode 14: Episode #8.14

5 December 1964
Al Martino sings "I Love You Because" and "We Could." Mickey Lee Lane sings "Shaggy Dog" and "Ooh-Ooh." Dick Clark interviews 12-year-old actor Bryan Russell, who talks about his upcoming movie "Emil and the Detectives."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Al Martino ... Himself - Musical Guest
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
Bryan Russell ... Himself - Interview

Season 8, Episode 15: Episode #8.15

12 December 1964
Arthur Prysock sings "Close Your Eyes." Freddy Cannon sings "Tallahassee Lassie" and "Too Much Monkey Business." Neil Sedaka sings "Happy Birthday Sweet Sixteen" and "I Hope He Breaks Your Heart."
Freddy Cannon ... Himself - Musical Guest

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
Arthur Prysock ... Himself - Musical Guest

Neil Sedaka ... Himself - Musical Guest

Season 8, Episode 16: Episode #8.16

26 December 1964
Mel Carter sings "When A Boy Falls in Love" and "The Richest Man Alive." Bobby Vee sings "The Night Has A Thousand Eyes" and "Pretend You Don't See Her." Dick Clark interviews actor Gene Barry, of the ABC TV series "Burke's Law."

Gene Barry ... Himself - Interview
Mel Carter ... Himself - Musical Guest

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
Bobby Vee ... Himself - Musical Guest

Season 8, Episode 17: Episode #8.17

2 January 1965
Marvin Gaye sings "Hitch Hike" and "How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved by You)." Adam Faith sings "It Sounds Good To Me" and "It's Alright." Dick Clark interviews singer Johnny Rivers.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Adam Faith ... Himself

Marvin Gaye ... Himself
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
Johnny Rivers ... Himself

Season 8, Episode 18: Episode #8.18

9 January 1965
Ronnie Dove sings "Hello Pretty Girl." Jumpin' Gene Simmons sings "Skinny Minnie." Dick Clark interviews actor Chris Connelly, of ABC-TV's "Peyton Place"

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Christopher Connelly ... Himself - Interview
Ronnie Dove ... Himself - Musical Guest
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
Gene Simmons ... Himself (as Jumpin' Gene Simmons)

Season 8, Episode 19: Episode #8.19

16 January 1965
Mel Carter sings "After the Party" and "The Richest Man Alive." James Darren sings "Goodbye Cruel World" and "Punch and Judy." Dick Clark interviews actor Michael (Mickey) Callan.

Michael Callan ... Himself - Interview
Mel Carter ... Himself

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

James Darren ... Himself
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 8, Episode 20: Episode #8.20

23 January 1965
Dobie Gray sings "The 'In' Crowd" and "Look at Me." Dee Dee Sharp sings "Mashed Potato Time" and "To Know Him Is to Love Him." In the Celebrity Spotlight, Dick Clark interviews Charlie O'Donnell (Bandstand's announcer and a KRLA radio DJ).

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Dobie Gray ... Himself - Musical Guest
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
Dee Dee Sharp ... Herself (as DeeDee Sharp)

Season 8, Episode 21: Episode #8.21

30 January 1965
Gale Garnett sings "Lovin' Place." Jewel Akens sings "The Birds and The Bees." "Hot Line" segment: A telephone interview with singer Jack Jones.
Jewel Akens ... Himself - Musical Guest

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Gale Garnett ... Herself
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 8, Episode 22: Episode #8.22

6 February 1965
The Hondells perform "Little Sidewalk Surfer." Donna Loren sings "Ten Good Reasons." A telephone interview with actor Robert Conrad.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

The Hondells ... Themselves - Musical Guests

Donna Loren ... Herself - Musical Guest
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 8, Episode 23: Episode #8.23

13 February 1965
John Andrea sings "Take Her" and "You're Thirteen." Sue Thompson sings "Paper Tiger" and "Norman." Dick Clark interviews singer-actor Frankie Avalon. "Hot Line" segment: A telephone interview with singer Shirley Ellis.
John Andrea ... Himself - Musical Guest

Frankie Avalon ... Himself - Interview

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
Sue Thompson ... Herself - Musical Guest

Season 8, Episode 24: Episode #8.24

20 February 1964
The Beau Brummels perform "Laugh, Laugh" and "Still In Love with You Baby." Vic Dana sings "Red Roses for a Blue Lady" and "Blue Ribbons." Dick Clark interviews Johnny Mathis.
The Beau Brummels ... Themselves - Musical Guests

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Vic Dana ... Himself

Johnny Mathis ... Himself
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 8, Episode 25: Episode #8.25

27 February 1965
Cannibal and The Headhunters perform "Land of 1000 Dances" and "Out of Sight." Sonny Knight sings "If You Want This Love" and "Love Me (As Though There Were No Tomorrow)." Dick Clark interviews actress Chris Noel.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Cannibal and the Headhunters ... Themselves - Musical Guests

Chris Noel ... Herself - Interview
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 8, Episode 26: Episode #8.26

6 March 1965
J. Frank Wilson sings "Six Boys." Little Richard sings "It Ain't What You Do" (with a cameo by Jimi Hendrix - dressed as a Buckingham Palace guard) and "Lucille." Dick Clark interviews actor Chad Everett.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Chad Everett ... Himself - Interview

Jimi Hendrix ... Buckingham Palace Guard

Little Richard ... Himself
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 8, Episode 27: Episode #8.27

13 March 1965
Buddy Knox sings "Jo Ann." Alvin Cash and The Crawlers perform "The Barracuda" Dick Clark interviews actor Joby Baker, who talks about his work as an artist.

Joby Baker ... Himself - Interview
Alvin Cash ... Himself - Musical Guest

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Buddy Knox ... Himself - Musical Guest
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 8, Episode 28: Episode #8.28

20 March 1965
Brenda Holloway sings "When I'm Gone" and "Every Little Bit Hurts." The Standells perform "The Boy Next Door" and "Big Boss Man."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Brenda Holloway ... Herself
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
The Standells ... Themselves - Musical Guests

Season 8, Episode 29: Episode #8.29

27 March 1965
Jackie Wilson sings "Baby Workout" and "Danny Boy. " The Uniques Featuring Joe Stampley perform "Not Too Long Ago." Dick Clark interviews Mike Clifford.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Mike Clifford ... Himself
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
Joe Stampley ... Himself (as The Uniques)
Jackie Wilson ... Himself - Musical Guest

Troy Cory ... Himself (uncredited)

Season 8, Episode 30: Episode #8.30

3 April 1965
The Four Tops sing "Ask The Lonely" and "Baby I Need Your Lovin'." Bobbi Martin sings "I Can't Stop Thinking of You."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
The Four Tops ... Themselves
Bobbi Martin ... Herself - Musical Guest
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 8, Episode 31: Episode #8.31

10 April 1965
Gene Chandler sings "Nothing Can Stop Me" and "Rainbow." The Reflections perform "Poor Man's Son" and "(Just Like) Romeo and Juliet." Dick Clark interviews actor Pierre Jalbert (of the TV series "Combat!")
Gene Chandler ... Himself - Musical Guest

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Pierre Jalbert ... Himself - Interview
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
The Reflections ... Themselves - Musical Guests

Season 8, Episode 32: Episode #8.32

17 April 1965
The Dixie Cups sing "Iko Iko" and "Chapel of Love." Chris Connelly (of "Peyton Place") sings "Young Love" and "500 Miles Away From Home." Australian Murray Rose, six-time Olympic medalist of the 1956 and 1960 Summer games, is interviewed.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Christopher Connelly ... Himself - Musical Guest
The Dixie Cups ... Themselves
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
Murray Rose ... Himself - Interview

Season 8, Episode 33: Episode #8.33

24 April 1965
Dick Clark presents an "All-Time Hits" show featuring film highlights from the past seven years.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 8, Episode 34: Episode #8.34

1 May 1965
The Ikettes sing "Peaches and Cream" and "I'm Blue (The Gong-Gong Song)." Ian Whitcomb sings "This Sporting Life" and and "You Turn Me On (Turn On Song)." Dick Clark interviews teenage actor Michael Burns (from "Wagon Train")

Michael Burns ... Himself - Interview

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
The Ikettes ... Themselves - Musical Guests
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
Ian Whitcomb ... Himself - Musical Guest

Season 8, Episode 35: Episode #8.35

8 May 1965
Tina Turner sings "Good Bye, So Long." Nino Tempo and April Stevens sing "Swing Me." Dick Clark interviews actor Dick Peabody of the TV series "Combat!" Dick Clark talks by phone with Doc Downey, a DJ at WFUN radio, Miami Beach, FL.
Dick Peabody ... Himself
April Stevens ... Herself
Nino Tempo ... Himself

Tina Turner ... Herself

Season 8, Episode 36: Episode #8.36

15 May 1965
The Ronettes sing "Is This What I Get for Loving You?" Jackie DeShannon sings "What the World Needs Now is Love." Dick Clark interviews actor Dean Jones.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Jackie DeShannon ... Herself - Musical Guest

Dean Jones ... Himself - Interview
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
The Ronettes ... Themselves - Musical Guests

Season 8, Episode 37: Episode #8.37

22 May 1965
Tony Clarke sings "The Entertainer." Paul Revere and the Raiders perform "Oo Poo Pah Doo." Dick Clark interviews singer-actor Eddie Hodges.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Eddie Hodges ... Himself - Musical Guest
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
Paul Revere & The Raiders ... Themselves - Musical Guests

Season 8, Episode 38: Episode #8.38

29 May 1965
The Shindogs featuring Joey Cooper perform "Love (Is You)" and "It Looks Like It's Gonna Be My Year." Dick Clark talks by phone with New Orleans disc jockey Greg Mason, of WNOE radio. The studio audience dances to top records of 1962.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Joey Cooper ... Himself (as The Shindogs)
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
The Shindogs ... Themselves - Musical Guests

Season 8, Episode 39: Episode #8.39

5 June 1965
Jr. Walker and The All-Stars perform "Shotgun" and "Do the Boomerang." Linda Scott sings "Don't Lose Your Head." An interview with singer Kim Weston.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Jr. Walker and the All Stars ... Themselves - Musical Guests
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
Linda Scott ... Herself
Kim Weston ... Herself

Season 8, Episode 40: Episode #8.40

12 June 1965
Sonny and Cher sing "I Got You Babe." Eddie Hodges performs "New Orleans." Actress Cheryl Miller is interviewed. Dick Clark talks by phone with disc jockey Dave Shafer, of CKLW radio, Windsor, Ontario.

Sonny Bono ... Himself (as Sonny & Cher)

Cher ... Herself (as Sonny & Cher)

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Eddie Hodges ... Himself
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 8, Episode 41: Episode #8.41

19 June 1965
Jimmy Clanton sings "Hurting Each Other" and "Venus in Blue Jeans." The Four Freshmen sing "When I Stop Loving You" and "Nights are Long." Dick Clark interviews singer Linda Scott, a regular on the upcoming TV series "Where The Action Is."
Jimmy Clanton ... Himself

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Four Freshmen ... Themselves - Musical Guests
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
Linda Scott ... Herself

Season 8, Episode 42: Episode #8.42

26 June 1965
The Beau Brummels perform "Just A Little." Steve Alaimo sings "Cast Your Fate to the Wind" and "Everyday I Have to Cry." Dick Clark interviews actor Jeremy Slate, who appears in the new movie "The Sons of Katie Elder."
Steve Alaimo ... Himself - Musical Guest
The Beau Brummels ... Themselves - Musical Guests

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Jeremy Slate ... Himself - Interview

Season 8, Episode 43: Episode #8.43

3 July 1965
Brian Hyland sings "Sealed with A Kiss." Terry Black sings "Unless you Care" and "Only Sixteen." Singer-songwriter Ian Whitcomb is interviewed by Dick Clark. Mr. Clark talks by phone with Fresno, CA, disc jockey Dave McCormick.
Terry Black ... Himself - Musical Guest

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Brian Hyland ... Himself
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 8, Episode 44: Episode #8.44

10 July 1965
Lenny Welch sings "Since I Fell for You" and "Darling Take Me Back." Ian Whitcomb performs "You Turn Me On" and "Sugar Baby." Dick Clark interviews actor Don Grady (of 'My Three Sons'). A telephone interview with singer Barbara Mason.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Don Grady ... Himself - Interview
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
Lenny Welch ... Himself
Ian Whitcomb ... Himself

Season 8, Episode 45: Episode #8.45

17 July 1965
Duane Eddy performs "Puddin'" and "Trash." Nino Tempo and April Stevens sing "I'm Sweet On You" and "Think Of You." Actress Jocelyn Lane is interviewed. A phone call from disc jockey "Kelly" (Tim Kelly?) of KDWB radio, Minneapolis-St. Paul.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Duane Eddy ... Himself
Jocelyn Lane ... Herself - Interview
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
April Stevens ... Herself
Nino Tempo ... Himself

Season 8, Episode 46: Episode #8.46

24 July 1965
Jewel Akens sings "The Birds and the Bees" and "It's the Only Way to Fly." P.J. Proby performs "Let the Water Run Down" and "That Means A Lot." Patrick Wayne, actor and son of John Wayne, is interviewed by Dick Clark.
Jewel Akens ... Himself - Musical Guest

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
P.J. Proby ... Himself - Musical Guest

Patrick Wayne ... Himself - Interview

Season 8, Episode 47: Episode #8.47

31 July 1965
The Hondells perform "Sea of Love." Freddy Cannon sings "Action." Raquel Welch (actress and "Hollywood Palace" billboard girl) is interviewed by Dick Clark. A telephone interview with "Herman" (Peter Noone) of Herman's Hermits.
Freddy Cannon ... Himself

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

The Hondells ... Themselves
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 8, Episode 48: Episode #8.48

7 August 1965
Donovan sings "Catch the Wind" and "Colours." We Five perform "You Were on my Mind" and "Small World." Dick Clark talks by phone with disc jockey Roy Haven, of KRIB radio, Mason City, Iowa.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Donovan ... Himself
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
We Five ... Themselves

Season 8, Episode 49: Episode #8.49

14 August 1965
John Andrea sings "Come On In" and "My Fool of a Heart." The Liverpool Five perform "If You Gotta Go, Go Now" and "Everything's Al'right."
John Andrea ... Himself - Musical Guest

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 8, Episode 50: Episode #8.50

21 August 1965
Bobby Goldsboro performs "Voodoo Woman" and "If You Wait for Love." Freddy Cannon sings "Action" ("Where the Action Is" theme) and "Abigail Beecher."
Freddy Cannon ... Himself - Musical Guest

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Bobby Goldsboro ... Himself - Musical Guest
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 8, Episode 51: Episode #8.51

28 August 1965
Danny Hutton sings "Roses and Rainbows." The Lovin' Spoonful perform "Do You Believe in Magic?" and "You Baby."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Danny Hutton ... Himself - Musical Guest
The Lovin' Spoonful ... Themselves
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 8, Episode 52: Episode #8.52

4 September 1965
Del Shannon sings "Keep Searchin' (We'll Follow The Sun)" and "Move It On Over." Round Robin sings "I'm The Wolf Man" and "Little People."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
Round Robin ... Himself - Musical Guest
Del Shannon ... Himself

Season 9


Season 9, Episode 1: Episode #9.1

11 September 1965
Ketty Lester sings "Love Letters" and "I'll Be Looking Back." Gene Chandler sings "(Gonna Be) Good Times" and "Nothing Can Stop Me."
Gene Chandler ... Himself

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Ketty Lester ... Herself
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 9, Episode 2: Episode #9.2

18 September 1965
Neil Sedaka sings "Breaking Up is Hard to Do." The Royalettes sing "Poor Boy." Dick Clark talks by phone with disc jockey Tac Hammer, of WAKX radio, Duluth, Minnesota.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
The Royalettes ... Themselves - Musical Guests

Neil Sedaka ... Himself - Musical Guest

Season 9, Episode 3: Episode #9.3

25 September 1965
Dobie Gray sings "The 'In' Crowd" and "My Baby." Glen Campbell performs "Universal Soldier" and "Tomorrow Never Comes." Dick Clark talks by phone with disc jockey "Daryl B" Burlingham, of Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Glen Campbell ... Himself - Musical Guest

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Dobie Gray ... Himself - Musical Guest
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 9, Episode 4: Episode #9.4

2 October 1965
Steve Alaimo sings "Hitchhike" and "Blowin' in the Wind." Derek Martin performs "You Better Go" and "Your Daddy Wants His Baby Back." Cick Clark talks by phone with El Paso disc jockey Charlie Russell.
Steve Alaimo ... Himself - Musical Guest

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 9, Episode 5: Episode #9.5

9 October 1965
Barbara Mason sings "If You Don't (Love Me, Tell Me So)" and "Yes, I'm Ready." The Vejtables perform "I Still Love You." Cick Clark talks by phone with Atlanta disc jockey Pat Hughes.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Barbara Mason ... Herself - Musical Guest
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 9, Episode 6: Episode #9.6

16 October 1965
The Toys sing "A Lover's Concerto" and "This Night." Joey Paige sings "Gone Back To Tennessee" and "Goodnight My Love."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
Joey Paige ... Himself - Musical Guest
The Toys ... Themselves - Musical Guests

Season 9, Episode 7: Episode #9.7

23 October 1965
Jackie DeShannon sings "A Lifetime of Loneliness." The Spokesmen perform "Dawn of Correction." A telephone interview with Bobby Rydell.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Jackie DeShannon ... Herself - Musical Guest
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
The Spokesmen ... Themselves - Musical Guests

Season 9, Episode 8: 1965 Halloween Show

30 October 1965
The Mojo Men perform "Dance with Me" and "Loneliest Guy in Town." Barry Young sings "One Has My Name (the Other Has My Heart)." Ted Cassidy talks about the new dance "The Lurch," which was named after his "Addams Family" character.

Ted Cassidy ... Himself

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host (1956-1987)
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
Barry Young ... Himself - Musical Guest

Season 9, Episode 9: Episode #9.9

6 November 1965
Brenda Holloway sings "When I'm Gone" and "You Can Cry on My Shoulder." The Sunrays perform "I Live for the Sun" and "Bye Baby Bye."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Brenda Holloway ... Herself - Musical Guest
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
The Sunrays ... Themselves - Musical Guests

Season 9, Episode 10: Episode #9.10

13 November 1965
The Gentrys perform "Keep On Dancing." Bobby Vee sings "Run to Him" and "High Coin."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
The Gentrys ... Themselves - Musical Guests
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
Bobby Vee ... Himself - Musical Guest

Season 9, Episode 11: Episode #9.11

20 November 1965
Smokey Robinson and The Miracles perform "My Girl Has Gone." Gale Garnett sings her 1964 hit "We'll Sing the Sunshine." A telephone interview with Freddie and the Dreamers.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Gale Garnett ... Herself
Warren Moore ... Himself (as Smokey Robinson and The Miracles)
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Smokey Robinson ... Himself (as Smokey Robinson and The Miracles)
Bobby Rogers ... Himself (as Smokey Robinson and The Miracles)
Ronnie White ... Himself (as Smokey Robinson and The Miracles)

Season 9, Episode 12: Episode #9.12

27 November 1965
Ronnie Dove sings "Kiss Away." Ian Whitcomb performs "Nervous" and "You Turn Me On."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Ronnie Dove ... Himself - Musical Guest
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
Ian Whitcomb ... Himself - Musical Guest

Season 9, Episode 13: Episode #9.13

4 December 1965
Gary Lewis and The Playboys perform "Everybody Loves A Clown" and "Save Your Heart for Me." Diane and Annita sing "One by One" and "Why Do You Take So Long to Say Goodnight?" A telephone interview with Dusty Springfield.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Gary Lewis ... Himself (as Gary Lewis and the Playboys)
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
Annitta Ray ... Herself (as Diane and Annita)

Season 9, Episode 14: Episode #9.14

11 December 1965
Dee Dee Sharp sings "I Really Love You." The Deep Six perform "Rising Sun" and "Strollin' Blues." A telephone interview with Lou Christie.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
The Deep Six ... Themselves - Musical Guests
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
Dee Dee Sharp ... Herself - Musical Guest

Season 9, Episode 15: Episode #9.15

18 December 1965
April Stevens and Nino Tempo sing "Begin the Beguine" and "Hey Baby." Josephine Sunday sings "You Won't Even Know Her Name." Dick Clark interviews in-studio guest Murray the K, popular New York City disc jockey.
Murray the 'K' ... Himself

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
April Stevens ... Herself
Nino Tempo ... Himself

Season 9, Episode 16: Episode #9.16

25 December 1965
Bobby Rydell sings "Roses in the Snow." Dick and Dee Dee sing "Use What You've Got" and "The Mountain's High." A telephone interview with Dave Clark, of the Dave Clark Five.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Dick and Dee Dee ... Themselves - Musical Guests
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Bobby Rydell ... Himself
Dee Dee Sperling ... Herself (as Dick and Dee Dee)
Dick St. John ... Himself (as Dick and Dee Dee)

Season 9, Episode 18: Episode #9.18

8 January 1966
Lou Christie sings "Lightnin' Strikes." The Knickerbockers perform "Lies" and "The Coming Generation." A telephone interview with former Beatles drummer Pete Best.
Lou Christie ... Himself

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
The Knickerbockers ... Themselves - Musical Guests
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 9, Episode 19: Episode #9.19

15 January 1966
Bobby Goldsboro sings "If You've Got a Heart" and "Voodoo Woman." Mitch Ryder and the Detroit Wheels perform "Jenny Take A Ride!" and "I Got You (I Feel Good)." A telephone interview with Lou Christie.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Bobby Goldsboro ... Himself - Musical Guest
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
Mitch Ryder ... Himself (as Mitch Ryder and the Detroit Wheels)

Season 9, Episode 20: Episode #9.20

22 January 1966
Chad and Jeremy perform "Teenage Failure" and "Willow Weep for Me." Joe Tex sings "A Sweet Woman Like You" and "Hold What You've Got" (aka "Hold On To What You've Got"). A telephone interview with the Knickerbockers.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Jeremy Clyde ... Himself (as Chad & Jeremy)
Chad and Jeremy ... Themselves - Musical Guests
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
Chad Stuart ... Himself (as Chad & Jeremy)
Joe Tex ... Himself - Musical Guest

Season 9, Episode 21: Episode #9.21

29 January 1966
Peter and Gordon sing "Don't Pity Me" and "Woman." The Kingsmen perform "(You Got) The Gamma Goochee" and "The Jolly Green Giant." A telephone interview with The Yardbirds.

Peter Asher ... Himself (as Peter & Gordon)

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
The Kingsmen ... Themselves - Musical Guests
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
Peter and Gordon ... Themselves - Musical Guests
Gordon Waller ... Himself (as Peter & Gordon)

Season 9, Episode 22: Episode #9.22

5 February 1966
Ray Peterson sings "Love Hurts" and "Corinna, Corinna." Paul Revere and The Raiders perform "Just Like Me" and "Steppin' Out."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Mark Lindsay ... Himself
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
Ray Peterson ... Himself - Musical Guest
Paul Revere ... Paul
Michael Smith ... Smitty

Season 9, Episode 23: Episode #9.23

12 February 1966
The Young Rascals perform "Slow Down" and "I Ain't Gonna Eat Out My Heart Anymore." Al Martino sings "Spanish Eyes" and "Think I'll Go Somewhere And Cry Myself To Sleep."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Al Martino ... Himself - Musical Guest
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
The Rascals ... Themselves

Season 9, Episode 24: Episode #9.24

19 February 1966
The Mamas and The Papas sing "California Dreamin'" and "I Call Your Name." Bob Lind performs "Elusive Butterfly" and "Cheryl's Goin' Home."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Denny Doherty ... Himself (as The Mamas and the Papas)

Cass Elliot ... Herself (as The Mamas and the Papas)
Bob Lind ... Himself - Musical Guest
The Mamas and the Papas ... Themselves - Musical Guests
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
John Phillips ... Himself (as The Mamas and the Papas)

Michelle Phillips ... Herself (as The Mamas and the Papas)
Bruce Robb

Season 9, Episode 25: Episode #9.25

26 February 1966
Donna Loren sings "Call Me" and "If You Really Love Me." The T-Bones perform "No Matter What Shape (Your Stomach's In)" and "Pizza Parlor." A telephone interview with musician-bandleader Neal Hefti, who composed the "Batman" TV theme.
Joe Frank Carollo ... Himself (as The T-Bones)

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Danny Hamilton ... Himself (as The T-Bones)
Judd Hamilton ... Himself (as The T-Bones)

Donna Loren ... Herself - Musical Guest
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
Gene Pello ... Himself (as The T-Bones)

Season 9, Episode 26: Episode #9.26

5 March 1966
Freddy Cannon sings "The Dedication Song" and "Action." Duane Eddy performs "El Rancho Grande" and "Because They're Young." A telephone interview with Rod Allen of The Fortunes.
Freddy Cannon ... Himself

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Duane Eddy ... Himself
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 9, Episode 27: Episode #9.27

12 March 1966
Chris Montez sings "Call Me" and his 1962 hit "Let's Dance." B.J. Thomas sings "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry." A telephone interview with Doug Sahm of the Sir Douglas Quintet (record: "The Rains Came")
Lou Christie ... Himself

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

B.J. Thomas ... Himself

Season 9, Episode 28: Episode #9.28

19 March 1966
Paul Revere and The Raiders perform "Baby Please Don't Go" and "Kicks." Bob Braun sings "Till Death Do Us Part" and "My Heart Keeps Holdin' On." A telephone interview with Herb Alpert.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
Paul Revere & The Raiders ... Themselves - Musical Guests

Season 9, Episode 29: Episode #9.29

26 March 1966
The Sir Douglas Quintet perform "She's About a Mover" and "The Rains Came." Roy Clark sings "Rose Colored Glasses." A telephone interview with Rick Henn and Marty DiGiovanni of The Sunrays.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Roy Clark ... Himself - Musical Guest
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
Sir Douglas Quintet ... Themselves - Musical Guests

Season 9, Episode 30: Episode #9.30

2 April 1966
Mel Carter sings "Band of Gold." The Ventures perform "Secret Agent Man." Dick Clark interviews comedian Don Knotts.
Mel Carter ... Himself - Musical Guest

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Don Knotts ... Himself
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
Bruce Robb
The Ventures ... Themselves - Musical Guests

Season 9, Episode 31: Episode #9.31

9 April 1966
The Beau Brummels perform "One Too Many Mornings" and "Laugh, Laugh." A telephone interview with Chris Hillman of The Byrds.
The Beau Brummels ... Themselves - Musical Guests

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 9, Episode 32: Episode #9.32

16 April 1966
Norma Tanega sings "Walkin' my Cat Named Dog." Eddie Holman sings "This Can't Be True." A telephone interview with The Righteous Brothers.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Eddie Holman ... Himself - Musical Guest
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
Norma Tanega ... Herself - Performer

Season 9, Episode 33: Episode #9.33

23 April 1966
Martha and The Vandellas sing "My Baby Loves Me." Tommy Boyce sings "Let's Go Where The Action Is." A telephone interview with Stevie Wonder. The studio audience dances to "All-Time Hits" (records from past years).
Tommy Boyce ... Himself - Musical Guest

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Martha Reeves ... Herself - Musical Guest

Season 9, Episode 34: Episode #9.34

30 April 1966
Jackie DeShannon sings "Come and Get Me" and "What the World Needs Now Is Love." Bob Kuban and The In-Men perform "The Teaser" and "The Cheater." A telephone interview with Brian Wilson of the Beach Boys.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Jackie DeShannon ... Herself - Musical Guest
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 9, Episode 35: Episode #9.35

7 May 1966
Otis Redding sings "Satisfaction" and "Respect." The Shadows of Knight perform "Gloria." A telephone interview with singer P.J. Proby.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
Otis Redding ... Himself
The Shadows of Knight ... Themselves

Season 9, Episode 36: Episode #9.36

14 May 1966
Brian Hyland sings his 1962 hit "Sealed with a Kiss." Just Us perform "I Can't Grow Peaches on a Cherry Tree" and "Only If You Love Me." A telephone interview with Howard Kaylan of The Turtles.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Brian Hyland ... Himself
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 9, Episode 37: Episode #9.37

May 1966
The Tokens perform "I Hear Trumpets Blow."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Roy Head ... Himself
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
The Tokens ... Themselves

Season 9, Episode 38: Episode #9.38

28 May 1966
The Olympics perform "Mine Exclusively" and "Big Boy Pete." The Gentrys perform "Keep on Dancing" and "Everyday I Have To Cry." A telephone conversation with Bobby Fuller.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
The Gentrys ... Themselves - Musical Guests
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
The Olympics ... Themselves - Musical Guests

Season 9, Episode 39: Episode #9.39

4 June 1966
Roy Orbison sings "Twinkle Toes" and "Oh, Pretty Woman." The Sunrays perform "Still" and "Andrea."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Roy Orbison ... Himself
The Sunrays ... Themselves - Musical Guests

Season 9, Episode 40: Episode #9.40

11 June 1966
Roy Head sings "Wigglin' And Gigglin'" and "Treat Her Right." The Blues Project perform "I Want to Be Your Driver." A telephone interview with Petula Clark.
The Blues Project ... Themselves

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Roy Head ... Himself
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 9, Episode 41: Episode #9.41

18 June 1966
Arthur Lee and Love perform "A Message to Pretty" and "My Little Red Book." Steve Alaimo sings "So Much Love" and "May We?" A telephone interview with Captain Beefheart. Dick Clark talks by phone with D.J. Ron Riley, of Chicago's WLS radio.
Steve Alaimo ... Himself - Musical Guest

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Arthur Lee ... Himself (as Love)
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 9, Episode 42: Episode #9.42

25 June 1966
Neil Diamond sings "Solitary Man." The Great Scots perform "Ball and Chain." A telephone interview with John Beck of The Leaves.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Neil Diamond ... Himself - Musical Guest
The Great Scots ... Themselves - Musical Guests
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 9, Episode 43: Episode #9.43

2 July 1966
Ketty Lester sings "When a Woman Loves a Man" and "Nice and Easy." The Vogues perform "The Land of Milk and Honey" and "Magic Town." A telephone interview with Dave Berk, Dick Dodd, and Larry Tamblyn of The Standells.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Ketty Lester ... Herself
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
Bruce Robb
The Vogues ... Themselves

Season 9, Episode 44: Episode #9.44

9 July 1966
The Leaves perform "Hey Joe" and "Girl from the East." Keith Allison sings "Look At Me" and "I Ain't Blaming You." "Hot Line" segment: A telephone interview with Dee Robb of The Robbs.

Keith Allison ... Himself - Musical Guest

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
The Leaves ... Themselves - Musical Guests
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 9, Episode 45: Episode #9.45

16 July 1966
Kelly Garrett sings "An Answer to a Young Girl's Prayer" and "A Toy in the Hands of a Child." Danny Hutton performs "Funny How Love Can Be" and "Roses and Rainbows." A telephone interview with Dave Clark (of the Dave Clark Five).

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Kelly Garrett ... Herself - Musical Guest
Danny Hutton ... Himself - Musical Guest
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 9, Episode 46: Episode #9.46

23 July 1966
The Turtles perform "You Baby" and "Outside Chance." Donna Loren sings "Call Me" and "I Believe." A telephone interview with Jim Yester of The Association. Dick Clark talks by phone with Denver, Colorado, disc jockey "King" George Michael.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Donna Loren ... Herself - Musical Guest
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
The Turtles ... Themselves - Musical Guests

Season 9, Episode 47: Episode #9.47

30 July 1966
The Syndicate of Sound perform "Little Girl" and "That Kind of Man." Ian Whitcomb sings "You Won't See Me" and "This Sporting Life." A telephone interview with Sonny and Cher. Dick Clark talks by phone with Norfolk, VA, D.J. Don Bruce.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
The Syndicate of Sound ... Themselves - Musical Guests
Ian Whitcomb ... Himself - Musical Guest

Season 9, Episode 48: Episode #9.48

6 August 1966
James Brown sings "It's a Man's Man's Man's World" and "Money Won't Change You." The Rovin' Kind perform "Right on Time" and "Night People." A telephone interview with Percy Sledge. Dick Clark talks by phone with Atlanta D.J. Paul Drew.

James Brown ... Himself - Musical Guest

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 9, Episode 49: Episode #9.49

13 August 1966
The Righteous Brothers sing "Go Ahead and Cry" and "Something You've Got." Joe Simon sings "Teenager's Prayer" and "My Adorable One." In taped interviews, Gary Lewis, Paul Revere, and Sam the Sham give their views on John Lennon.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

The Righteous Brothers ... Themselves - Musical Guests
Joe Simon ... Himself - Performer

Season 9, Episode 51: American Bandstand's 9th Anniversary on ABC-TV Featuring Johnny Rivers

27 August 1966
American Bandstand's 9th Anniversary Show, Part 1 of 2. Johnny Rivers performs "Poor Side of Town" and "Memphis." A visit with former Bandstand regulars who appeared on the show in 1957. Records from 1957 are played.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
Johnny Rivers ... Himself

Season 9, Episode 52: Episode #9.52

3 September 1966
American Bandstand's 9th Anniversary Show, Part 2 of 2. Lou Christie sings "Two Faces Have I" and "If My Car Could Only Talk." Former Bandstand regular Ken Rossi sings "Bad Boy."
Lou Christie ... Himself

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 10


Season 10, Episode 1: Episode #10.1

10 September 1966
The Hollies perform "Bus Stop." Tommy Roe sings "Hooray For Hazel."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
The Hollies ... Themselves
Tommy Roe ... Himself

Season 10, Episode 2: Episode #10.2

17 September 1966
Tommy Boyce sings "Sunday, the Day Before Monday." Neil Diamond performs "Cherry, Cherry" and "Solitary Man." Dick Clark talks by phone with Memphis, Tennessee, disc jockey John W. "Dude" Walker, aka "Johnny Dark," of WMPS radio.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Tommy Boyce ... Himself

Neil Diamond ... Himself
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 10, Episode 3: Episode #10.3

24 September 1966
Martha and The Vandellas sing "Dancing in the Street" and "Come and Get These Memories." The Robbs perform "Next Time You See Me." Dick Clark talks by phone with Indianapolis, Indiana, disc jockey Reb Porter of WIFE radio.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
Martha & The Vandellas ... Themselves
The Robbs ... Themselves

Season 10, Episode 4: Episode #10.4

1 October 1966
? (Question Mark) and The Mysterians perform "96 Tears." Lesley Gore sings "Treat Me Like a Lady."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
? and The Mysterians ... Themselves (as ?{Question Mark & The Mysterians})

Lesley Gore ... Herself

Season 10, Episode 5: Episode #10.5

8 October 1966
Mel Carter sings "Take Good Care of Her" and "You You You." Roy Head sings "To Make A Big Man Cry" and his 1965 hit "Treat Her Right." A telephone interview with Johnny Rivers (record: "Poor Side Of Town").

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
Mel Carter ... Himself (as Mr. Mel Carter)
Roy Head ... Himself

Season 10, Episode 6: Episode #10.6

15 October 1966
Stevie Wonder performs "Blowin' in the Wind." Jackie DeShannon sings "I Can Make it With You." A telephone interview with members of The Association.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Stevie Wonder ... Himself

Jackie DeShannon ... Herself

Season 10, Episode 7: Episode #10.7

22 October 1966
The Left Banke performs "Walk Away Renee." Bobby Rydell sings "Open for Business As Usual." A telephone interview with "Mama" Cass Elliot of The Mamas and the Papas.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
The Left Banke ... Themselves
Steve Martin ... Himself - Vocalist The Left Banke
Michael Brown ... Himself - Keyboardist The Left Banke

Bobby Rydell ... Himself

Season 10, Episode 8: 1966 Halloween Show

29 October 1966
Billy Stewart sings "Secret Love." The 13th Floor Elevators perform "You're Gonna Miss Me." A telephone interview with Graham Nash of the Hollies. The studio audience dances to the Hollies' new record "Stop Stop Stop".

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
13th Floor Elevators ... Themselves (as The 13th Floor Elevators)
Billy Stewart ... Himself

Season 10, Episode 9: Episode #10.9

5 November 1966
Gene Pitney sings "Cold Light Of Day." A telephone interview with Lee Kiefer of the Hard Times. Dick Clark talks by phone with a Louisville, Kentucky, disc jockey.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
Gene Pitney ... Himself

Season 10, Episode 10: Episode #10.10

12 November 1966
The Count Five perform "Psychotic Reaction" and "Peace of Mind." A telephone interview with Michael Piano of the Sandpipers. Dick Clark talks with a Washington, D.C., disc jockey.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
The Count Five ... Themselves (as The Count V=5)

Season 10, Episode 11: Episode #10.11

26 November 1966
Special 15 minute episode. Marvin Smith sings "Time Stopped."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
The Artistics ... Himself - Themselves (as Marvin Smith of The Artistics)

Season 10, Episode 12: Episode #10.12

3 December 1966
Special 15 minute episode. Otis Redding sings "Fa-Fa-Fa-Fa-Fa (Sad Song)." A telephone interview with Ken Ellner of The Count Five.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
Otis Redding ... Himself

Season 10, Episode 13: Episode #10.13

10 December 1966
The Music Machine perform "Talk Talk." A visit from Drake Levin, a former member of Paul Revere and the Raiders, who's now serving in the National Guard. A telephone interview with Mitch Ryder.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
Otis Redding ... Himself - Guest
The Music Machine ... Themselves

Season 10, Episode 14: Episode #10.14

17 December 1966
The Sandpipers perform "Louie Louie." Tina Mason sings "Any Way That You Want Me." A telephone interview with Mickey Dolenz and Davy Jones of The Monkees. Dick Clark talks by phone with a Nashville, Tennessee, disc jockey.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
Tina Mason ... Herself
The Sandpipers ... Themselves

Davy Jones ... Himself

Micky Dolenz ... Himself

Michael Nesmith ... Himself (as Mike Nesmith)
Peter Tork ... Himself
The Monkees ... Themselves

Season 10, Episode 15: The Hard Times & Freddy "Boom Boom" Cannon (THE NEW AB67 Christmas Show)

24 December 1966
Freddy Cannon sings "In My Wildest Dreams." The Hard Times perform "Fortune Teller." Dick Clark talks by phone with a San Francisco disc jockey.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
The Hard Times ... Themselves
Freddie Cannon ... Himself (as Freddie 'Boom Boom' Cannon)

Season 10, Episode 16: Episode #10.16

31 December 1966
The Blues Magoos perform "(We Ain't Got) Nothing Yet." Mrs. Miller, a 59-year-old grandmother, sings "Downtown." A telephone interview with singer Keith. A Charleston, WV, DJ chooses the "Spotlight Dance" record. Also, 1966's top records.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
Blues Magoos ... Themselves (as The Blues Magoos)

Mrs. Miller ... Herself

Twiggy ... Herself - Guest Star

Season 10, Episode 17: Episode #10.17

7 January 1967
Neil Diamond sings "You Got To Me" and "Solitary Man." The Electric Prunes perform "I Had Too Much To Dream (Last Night)." Comedians Tim Conway, Guy Marks, and Norman Alden talk about their new comedy Western TV series "Rango."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Neil Diamond ... Himself

The Electric Prunes ... Themselves

Tim Conway ... Himself (as The Menfolk of 'RANGO')
Guy Marks ... Himself (as The Menfolk of 'RANGO')

Norman Alden ... Himself (as The Menfolk of 'RANGO')
Barbara Hewitt ... Herself - Walk-on Role (as The Rose Queen of 1967)
Jane Anne Jayroe ... Herself - Cameo Guest Star (as Jane Jayroe - Miss America 1967)

Season 10, Episode 18: Episode #10.18

14 January 1967
Mike Williams sings "Something You Didn't Done" and "You Don't Want Me Around." The Youngbloods perform "Tears Are Falling" and "Grizzly Bear." A telephone interview with Geoff Daking of the Blues Magoos.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
The Youngbloods ... Themselves
Mike Williams ... Himself - Musical Guest

Season 10, Episode 19: Episode #10.19

21 January 1967
The Buffalo Springfield perform "For What It's Worth (Stop, Hey What's That Sound)." Otis Redding sings "Try A Little Tenderness." A telephone interview with Barry Winslow of the Royal Guardsmen (record: "Snoopy Vs. The Red Baron").

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
Otis Redding ... Himself
Buffalo Springfield ... Themselves - Musical Guests

Season 10, Episode 20: Episode #10.20

28 January 1967
The Standells perform "Dirty Water" and "Try It." A telephone interview with Davy Jones of The Monkees.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
The Standells ... Themselves - Musical Guests

Season 10, Episode 21: Episode #10.21

4 February 1967
Tommy Roe sings "It's Now Winter's Day." Joe Simon sings "My Special Prayer."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
Tommy Roe ... Himself - Performer
Joe Simon ... Himself - Performer

Season 10, Episode 22: Episode #10.22

11 February 1967
The Mojo Men perform "Sit Down I Think I Love You." Jimmy Castor performs "Hey, Leroy, Your Mama's Callin' You." In the "Hot Line" segment, actor-singer James Darren is interviewed via telephone.
Jimmy Castor ... Himself - Performer

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 10, Episode 23: Episode #10.23

18 February 1967
Dick Clark's guests are vocal group The 5th Dimension and singer P.J. Proby. The 5th Dimension perform "Go Where You Wanna Go." P.J. Proby sings "Niki Hoeky." This week's "Hot Line" segment features a telephone interview with Gene Hughes of The Casinos. The Bandstand regulars dance to The Casinos' record "Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye." In the "Hollywood Hot Line" segment, Dick Clark talks with a Pocatello, Idaho, disc jockey.
The 5th Dimension ... Themselves - Guests

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Marilyn McCoo ... Herself
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
P.J. Proby ... Himself - Performer

Season 10, Episode 24: Episode #10.24

25 February 1967
The McCoys perform "I Got to Go Back (And Watch That Little Girl Dance)." Felice Taylor sings "It May Be Winter Outside (But In My Heart It's Spring)." Plus, a telephone interview with record producer Bob Crew.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
The McCoys ... Themselves
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
Felice Taylor ... Herself - Performer

Season 10, Episode 25: Episode #10.25

4 March 1967
"Cannonball" Adderley performs "Mercy, Mercy, Mercy." Chris Montez sings "Because of You." Dick Clark plays snippets from a circa 1964 audio interview with The Beatles.
Cannonball Adderley ... Himself - Performer

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Chris Montez ... Himself - Performer
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 10, Episode 26: Episode #10.26

11 March 1967
Dick Clark presents music videos for The Beatles' records "Strawberry Fields Forever" and "Penny Lane." Following each video, Mr. Clark asks the studio audience for their reactions. Also, a telephone interview with The Harpers Bizarre.

The Beatles ... Themselves - on film

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

George Harrison ... Himself - on film

John Lennon ... Himself - on film
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 10, Episode 27: Episode #10.27

18 March 1967
The Hard Times perform "They Said No." Marvin Gaye sings his half of the "It Takes Two" duet, with a large rag doll taking the place of Kim Weston (who had left Motown for MGM records). Also, a telephone interview with The Monkees.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Marvin Gaye ... Himself
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 10, Episode 28: Episode #10.28

25 March 1967
Dobie Gray sings "River Deep, Mountain High." Dino, Desi and Billy perform "If You're Thinking What I'm Thinking." A telephone interview with members of the New Vaudeville Band.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Dino Desi & Billy ... Themselves

Dobie Gray ... Himself - Performer
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 10, Episode 29: Episode #10.29

1 April 1967
The Turtles perform "Happy Together." Freddy Cannon sings "Maverick's Flat."
Freddy Cannon ... Himself

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
The Turtles ... Themselves

Season 10, Episode 30: Episode #10.30

8 April 1967
Lesley Gore sings "California Nights." The Music Machine performs "Masculine Intuition." Jim Lowe of the Electric Prunes is interviewed by telephone. A look at photographs of The Monkees' Davy Jones from his childhood to the present day.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Lesley Gore ... Herself
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 10, Episode 31: Episode #10.31

15 April 1967
Martha and The Vandellas sing "Jimmy Mack." The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band performs "Buy for Me The Rain." A telephone interview with Mike Rabon of the Five Americans ("Western Union").
Nitty Gritty Dirt Band ... Themselves - Musical Guests

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Martha & The Vandellas ... Themselves - Musical Guests
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 10, Episode 32: Episode #10.32

22 April 1967
The Blues Magoos perform "Pipe Dream." Gene Chandler sings "The Girl Don't Care." A telephone interview with singer Neil Diamond.
Gene Chandler ... Himself - Performer

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Blues Magoos ... Themselves
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 10, Episode 33: Episode #10.33

29 April 1967
Brenton Wood sings "The Oogum Boogum Song." The Yellow Balloon, a band featuring drummer "Luke Yoo" (actor Don Grady in disguise), performs their song "Yellow Balloon." A telephone interview with Arthur Conley (record: "Sweet Soul Music").

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Don Grady ... Luke R. Yoo - drummer for The Yellow Balloon
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
Brenton Wood ... Himself - Performer

Season 10, Episode 34: Episode #10.34

6 May 1967
The Electric Prunes perform "Get Me to the World on Time." Brenda Holloway sings "Just Look What You've Done." Plus, A telephone interview with Jeff Beck (record: "Hi Ho Silver Lining").

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

The Electric Prunes ... Themselves
Brenda Holloway ... Herself - Performer
Joel Larson ... Himself
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
Mark Tulin (as The Electric Prunes)

Season 10, Episode 35: Episode #10.35

13 May 1967
The Merry-Go-Round perform "Live." Jerry Butler sings "You Walked into My Life" and "I Dig You Baby." A telephone interview with Grace Slick of the Jefferson Airplane (record: "Somebody to Love").

Jerry Butler ... Himself - Performer

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
The Merry-Go-Round ... Themselves
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 10, Episode 36: Episode #10.36

20 May 1967
The Seeds perform "Can't Seem to Make you Mine" and "Painted Doll." On film: The Alan Price Set perform "Simon Smith and His Amazing Dancing Bear." A telephone interview with Gene Cornish, guitarist for the Young Rascals ("Groovin'").

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
Alan Price ... Himself - on film
The Seeds ... Themselves

Season 10, Episode 37: Episode #10.37

27 May 1967
The Buckinghams perform "Mercy, Mercy, Mercy." A telephone interview with Turtles band members Al Nichol and Jim Tucker. The Who appeared in a filmed segment (which is missing from current copies of this show).
The Buckinghams ... Themselves - Musical Guests

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 10, Episode 38: Episode #10.38

3 June 1967
The Jefferson Airplane perform "Somebody to Love" and "White Rabbit." Mark Lindsay introduces the newest member of Paul Revere and the Raiders. A telephone interview with singer Otis Redding.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Paul Kantner ... Himself (as Jefferson Airplane)
Mark Lindsay ... Himself - Interview
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Grace Slick ... Herself

Season 10, Episode 39: Episode #10.39

10 June 1967
The Grass Roots perform "Let's Live for Today." and the Mysterians perform "Girl (You Captivate Me)."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
The Grassroots ... Themselves
? and The Mysterians ... Themselves
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 10, Episode 40: Episode #10.40

17 June 1967
Johnny Rivers sings "The Tracks of My Tears." Don and the Goodtimes perform "I Could Be So Good to You." Music producer-songwriter Bob Crew is interviewed by Dick Clark. "Hot Line" segment: A telephone interview with singer Marvin Gaye.

Creed Bratton ... Himself

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Don and the Goodtimes ... Themselves
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
Johnny Rivers ... Himself

Season 10, Episode 41: Episode #10.41

24 June 1967
The 5th Dimension sing "Up-Up And Away."
The 5th Dimension ... Themselves

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Marilyn McCoo ... Herself
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 10, Episode 42: Episode #10.42

1 July 1967
Tina Turner sings "I'll Never Need More Than This." The Ventures perform "Vibrations." A telephone interview with Elaine "Spanky" McFarlane, of Spanky and Our Gang ("Sunday Will Never Be The Same").

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Tina Turner ... Herself - Performer
The Ventures ... Themselves - Musical Guests

Season 10, Episode 43: Episode #10.43

8 July 1967
Donna Loren sings "Let's Pretend." The Five Americans perform "Western Union" and "Zip Code." A telephone interview with Ray Manzarek of The Doors.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
The Five Americans ... Themselves (credit at http: / www.imdb.com / name / nm1744465 / )

Donna Loren ... Herself
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 10, Episode 44: Episode #10.44

8 July 1967
Donna Loren sings "Let's Pretend." The Five Americans perform "Western Union" and "Zip Code." A telephone interview with Ray Manzarek of The Doors.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Donna Loren ... Herself - Performer
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 10, Episode 45: Episode #10.45

15 July 1967
The Impressions perform "You've Got Me Runnin'." Tommy Roe sings "Little Miss Sunshine." A telephone interview with Tommy Boyce and Bobby Hart.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
The Impressions ... Themselves - Musical Guests
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
Tommy Roe ... Himself - Performer

Season 10, Episode 46: Episode #10.46

22 July 1967
The Doors perform "The Crystal Ship" and "Light My Fire." On film: The Bee Gees perform "New York Mining Disaster 1941 (Have You Seen my Wife, Mr. Jones?)"

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

John Densmore ... Himself (as The Doors)
The Doors ... Themselves - Musical Guests

Robby Krieger ... Himself (as The Doors)

Ray Manzarek ... Himself (as The Doors)

Jim Morrison ... Himself - Performer
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 10, Episode 47: Episode #10.47

29 July 1967
The Byrds perform "Lady Friend." The Forum perform "The River Is Wide." A short film on dune buggies is shown.
The Byrds ... Themselves

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 10, Episode 48: Episode #10.48

5 August 1967
American Bandstand's 10th Anniversary Show, Part One. On film, vintage performances by Chubby Checker ("Let's Twist Again"), Brenda Lee ("Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree"), James Brown ("It's a Man's Man's Man's World") and Bobby Rydell.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 10, Episode 49: Episode #10.49

12 August 1967
American Bandstand's 10th Anniversary Show, Part Two. On film: A visit with Bandstand regulars, now adults, who danced on the first American Bandstand in 1957. Vintage footage of The Mamas and the Papas, The Supremes, and The Olympics.
Denny Doherty ... Himself (as The Mamas and the Papas)

Cass Elliot ... Herself (as The Mamas and the Papas)
John Phillips ... Himself (as The Mamas and the Papas)

Michelle Phillips ... Herself (as The Mamas and the Papas)

Season 10, Episode 50: Episode #10.50

19 August 1967
Freddy Cannon sings "20th Century Fox." The Platters perform "Washed Ashore (On A Lonely Island In The Sea)" and "Twilight Time." A telephone interview with Ted Templeman of Harpers Bizarre.
Freddy Cannon ... Himself

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
The Platters ... Themselves

Season 10, Episode 51: Episode #10.51

26 August 1967
Leonard Nimoy (from "Star Trek") sings "Bilbo Baggins." Bobby Vee sings "Take Good Care of Her." A telephone interview with "Ode to Billie Joe" singer, Bobbie Gentry.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Leonard Nimoy ... Himself - Performer
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
Bobby Vee ... Himself - Performer

Season 10, Episode 52: Episode #10.52

2 September 1967
The Sunshine Company performs "Blue May" and "Happy."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 11


Season 11, Episode 1: Episode #11.1

9 September 1967
Brenton Wood sings "Gimme Little Sign" and "The Oogum Boogum Song." On film: Ravi Shankar performs "Pather Panchali." On film: Tommy Boyce and Bobby Hart -"Sometimes She's A Little Girl" promo video.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
Brenton Wood ... Himself - Performer

Season 11, Episode 2: Episode #11.2

16 September 1967
Brenda Holloway sings "You've Made Me So Very Happy." The Lewis and Clarke Expedition perform "I Feel Good (I Feel Bad)."

Creed Bratton ... Himself

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Brenda Holloway ... Herself - Performer
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 11, Episode 3: Episode #11.3

23 September 1967
The Strawberry Alarm Clock perform "Incense And Peppermints." Steve Alaimo sings "New Orleans."
Steve Alaimo ... Himself - Performer

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
The Strawberry Alarm Clock ... Themselves

Season 11, Episode 4: Episode #11.4

30 September 1967
Charles Wright and the Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band perform "Spreadin' Honey" and "Charley." The Grass Roots appear in a filmed segment. A telephone interview with comedian Bill Cosby. Dick Clark talks by phone with a Charleston, SC, D.J.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
Charles Wright

Season 11, Episode 5: Episode #11.5

7 October 1967
The Merry-Go-Round perform "On Your Way Out" and "You're a Very Lovely Woman." A fashion show for teenage girls. Dick Clark talks by phone with a Portland, Oregon, disc jockey.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
The Merry-Go-Round ... Themselves
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 11, Episode 6: Episode #11.6

28 October 1967
Billy Joe Royal sings "Hush." The final judging of the "Miss 16" contest.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Billy Joe Royal ... Himself
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 11, Episode 7: Episode #11.7

4 November 1967
Don and the Goodtimes perform "Sally." Little Dion (7-year-old singer, protege of Jackie Wilson) sings "Lonely Teardrops."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Little Dion ... Himself - Musical Guest
Don and the Goodtimes ... Themselves - Musical Guests
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 11, Episode 8: Episode #11.8

11 November 1967
Van Morrison sings "Brown Eyed Girl" and "Ro Ro Rosie." Little Dion sings "10 Feet Tall." A telephone interview with Jamie Lyon of The Music Explosion.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Little Dion ... Himself - Performer

Van Morrison ... Himself - Performer
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 11, Episode 9: Episode #11.9

18 November 1967
Pink Floyd perform "Apples and Oranges" The Strawberry Alarm Clock perform "Incense and Peppermints."
Syd Barrett ... Himself (as Pink Floyd)

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Pink Floyd ... Themselves
The Strawberry Alarm Clock ... Themselves

Season 11, Episode 10: Episode #11.10

25 November 1967
Paul Revere and The Raiders perform "Peace of Mind" and "Do Unto Others."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Mark Lindsay ... Himself
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
Paul Revere & The Raiders ... Themselves - Musical Guests

Season 11, Episode 11: Episode #11.11

2 December 1967
Brenton Wood sings "Gimme Little Sign" and "Baby You Got It." The Candymen perform "Georgia Pines."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
Brenton Wood ... Himself - Performer

Season 11, Episode 12: Episode #11.12

9 December 1967
The Sunshine Company perform "Back on the Street Again" and "Happy." In a filmed segment, Glen Campbell sings "By the Time I Get to Phoenix."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer
Sunshine Company ... Themselves - Musical Guests

Season 11, Episode 13: Episode #11.13

16 December 1967
The American Breed perform "Bend Me, Shape Me."
American Breed ... Themselves

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Charlie O'Donnell ... Himself - Announcer

Season 11, Episode 14: Episode #11.14

23 December 1967
Bruce Channel sings "Mr. Bus Driver" and "Hey. Baby '67." On film: The Beatles' "Hello Goodbye" video. A telephone interview with singer-composer Roger Miller. Dick Clark talks by phone with a Wichita, Kansas, disc jockey.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Bruce Channel ... Himself - Guest

Season 11, Episode 15: Episode #11.15

30 December 1967
The Rose Garden perform "Next Plane to London" and "Flower Town." On film: The Who appear in a video for "I Can See for Miles."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Season 11, Episode 16: Episode #11.16

6 January 1968
Kenny O'Dell performs "Beautiful People." In a pre-taped segment The Turtles sing their hit "She's My Girl."
The Turtles ... Themselves

Season 11, Episode 17: Episode #11.17

13 January 1968
The Box Tops perform "The Letter" and "Neon Rainbow." On film: Joey Bishop visits singer Jimmie Rodgers, who's recuperating at home following a near-fatal beating.

Joey Bishop ... Himself (filmed segment)
The Box Tops ... Themselves

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Jimmie Rodgers ... Himself

Season 11, Episode 18: Episode #11.18

20 January 1968
Joe Simon sings "No Sad Songs." On film: The American Breed perform "Bend Me, Shape Me." Dick Clark talks by phone with Phoenix disc jockey, Pat McMahon.
American Breed ... Themselves

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Joe Simon ... Himself
Joe South ... Himself

Season 11, Episode 19: Episode #11.19

27 January 1968
John Fred and His Playboy Band perform "Judy in Disguise (with Glasses)." Musician Bill Page demonstrates amplified sound. (During this time, Bill Page was publicizing his amplified saxophone at Montreal's Expo '67 and at other venues.)

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Season 11, Episode 20: Episode #11.20

3 January 1968
James Brown performs "Cold Sweat." Marva Whitney (a protegee of James Brown) sings "Unwind Yourself." A telephone interview with Jay Proctor of Jay and the Techniques. Dick Clark talks by phone with an Atlanta, Georgia, disc jockey.

James Brown ... Himself

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Marva Whitney ... Herself

Season 11, Episode 21: Episode #11.21

24 February 1968
Blue Cheer perform "Summertime Blues." Joe Tex sings "Skinny Legs and All." A telephone interview with Chuck Barksdale of The Dells. Dick Clark talks by phone with a Lansing, Michigan, disc jockey.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Corey Hart ... Himself
Joe Tex ... Himself

Frankie Valli ... Himself

Season 11, Episode 22: Episode #11.22

17 February 1968
The Music Explosion perform "Little Bit Of Soul" and "What You Want (Baby I Want You)." Ray Chayfin sings "Girl With The Flower Smile."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Season 11, Episode 23: Episode #11.23

24 February 1968
Frankie Valli sings "Can't Take My Eyes Off You" and "To Give (The Reason I Live)." Kim Weston sings "Nobody." A telephone interview with Marvin Gaye. Dick Clark talks by phone with a Spokane, Washington, disc jockey.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Frankie Valli ... Himself - Musical Guest
Kim Weston ... Herself - Musical Guest

Season 11, Episode 24: Episode #11.24

2 March 1968
Iron Butterfly perform "You Can't Win." Tommy Roe sings "Dottie I Like It." A telephone interview with Frank Jeckell of The 1910 Fruitgum Company. Dick Clark talks by phone with a Dayton, Ohio, disc jockey.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Iron Butterfly ... Themselves
Tommy Roe ... Himself - Musical Guest

Season 11, Episode 25: Episode #11.25

9 March 1968
The 1910 Fruitgum Co. perform "Simon Says." Brenton Wood sings "Lovey Dovey Kinda Lovin'."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
1910 Fruitgum Company ... Themselves
Brenton Wood ... Himself - Musical Guest

Season 11, Episode 26: Episode #11.26

16 March 1968
Bobby Vee sings "Maybe Just Today." On film: Manfred Mann performs "Mighty Quinn (Quinn the Eskimo)." A telephone interview with singer Lulu. Dick Clark talk by phone with Phoenix disc jockey Rhett Walker.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Bobby Vee ... Himself - Musical Guest

Season 11, Episode 27: Episode #11.27

23 March 1968
Tommy Boyce and Bobby Hart sing "I Wonder What She's Doing Tonite." The Sunshine Company perform "Look, Here Comes the Sun."
Tommy Boyce ... Himself (as Boyce and Hart)

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Bobby Hart ... Himself (as Boyce and Hart)
Sunshine Company ... Themselves - Musical Guests

Season 11, Episode 28: Episode #11.28

30 March 1968
Bandstand presents another Salute to the Beatles. Peter Asher (of Peter and Gordon) and Derek Taylor (the Beatles' former publicist) are guests. The Beatles are seen in videos and interviews. The studio audience dances to Beatles' records.

Peter Asher ... Himself

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Derek Taylor ... Himself

Season 11, Episode 29: Episode #11.29

6 April 1968
The Lemon Pipers perform "Rice is Nice." Kenny O'Dell sings "Springfield Plane."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Lemon Pipers ... Themselves
Kenny O'Dell ... Himself

Season 11, Episode 30: Episode #11.30

13 April 1968
Astrologer Jack Bradford and 60-year-old singer Mother Hubbard are guests. (Hubbard, "the World's Oldest Hippie," might have performed her single "Green Paper," or its flip side, "Children.") The American Breed appear in a filmed segment.
American Breed ... Themselves

Season 11, Episode 31: Episode #11.31

20 April 1968
The musical guests are the British band Traffic and singer Lenny Welch. Welch sings "Darling Stay with Me" and "Since I Fell For You." Cissy Houston, of The Sweet Inspirations, is featured in the "Hot Line" (telephone interview) segment.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Traffic ... Themselves
Lenny Welch ... Himself

Steve Winwood ... Himself (as Traffic)

Season 11, Episode 32: Episode #11.32

27 April 1968
Hollywood stunt men Chuck Bail and Eddie Donno stage a fight scene with breakaway props. On film, The Young Rascals frolic to "Easy Rollin'," "I'm Gonna Love You" and "Please Love Me." The People appear in a filmed video for "I Love You."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Season 11, Episode 33: Episode #11.33

4 May 1968
Steppenwolf performs "Born to be Wild." Dyke and The Blazers perform "Funky Walk Part 1."

Season 11, Episode 34: Episode #11.34

11 May 1968
The Byrds perform "Eight Miles High." On film, Four Jacks and a Jill perform "Master Jack." A telephone interview with Tommy James of The Shondells.
The Byrds ... Themselves

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Season 11, Episode 35: Episode #11.35

18 May 1968
The Collage perform "Driftin'" and "The Story Of Rock And Roll." A telephone interview with Chuck Barksdale of The Dells. Dick Clark talks by phone with disc jockey Charlie Russell of KELT radio, El Paso.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
The Collage ... Themselves

Season 11, Episode 36: Episode #11.36

25 May 1968
The Strawberry Alarm Clock perform "Sit With The Guru." Motorcycle stuntman Evel Knievel is interviewed by Dick Clark. Film footage of Knievel's jump at Caesar's Palace is shown. A telephone interview with Jim Yester of The Association.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Evel Knievel ... Himself
The Strawberry Alarm Clock ... Themselves

Season 11, Episode 37: Episode #11.37

1 June 1968
The Irish Rovers perform "The Unicorn." Singer Freddy Cannon also appears.
Freddy Cannon ... Himself

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
The Irish Rovers ... Themselves

Season 11, Episode 38: Episode #11.38

15 June 1968
People perform "I Love You." B.J. Thomas sings "The Eyes of a New York Woman."
The Byrds ... Themselves

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

B.J. Thomas ... Himself

Season 11, Episode 39: Episode #11.39

22 June 1968
Merilee Rush sings "Angel of the Morning." Albert King performs "You're Gonna Miss Me When I'm Gone."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Albert King ... Himself
Merrilee Rush ... Herself

Season 11, Episode 40: Episode #11.40

29 June 1968
Tommy Boyce and Bobby Hart perform "Alice Long (You're Still my Favorite Girlfriend)." Little Dion sings "Like They Do."
Tommy Boyce ... Himself (as Boyce and Hart)

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Little Dion ... Himself
Bobby Hart ... Himself (as Boyce and Hart)

Season 11, Episode 41: Episode #11.41

6 July 1968
Jon and Robin sing "You Got Style." On tape: Buck Owens and His Buckaroos appear in a video for "Sweet Rosie Jones," which was filmed in the Kern River Canyon area of Bakersfield, CA.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Buck Owens ... Himself (on film)

Season 11, Episode 42: Episode #11.42

13 July 1968
Shirley and Alfred (Shirley Goodman and Brenton Wood) sing "Kid Games And Nursery Rhymes."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Shirley Goodman ... Herself (as Shirley & Alfred)
Brenton Wood ... Himself

Season 11, Episode 43: Episode #11.43

20 July 1968
Steppenwolf perform "Born to be Wild." Joe Tex sings "Skinny Legs and All." A telephone interview with Joe Pope of The Tams.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Steppenwolf ... Themselves
Joe Tex ... Himself

Season 11, Episode 44: Episode #11.44

27 July 1968
Eternity's Children perform "Mrs. Bluebird." Sajid Khan (actor, formerly of NBC TV's "Maya") sings "Ha Ram (Of Love and Peace)." A telephone interview with Chris Grimes of the Cherry People.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Sajid Khan ... Himself - Musical Guest

Season 11, Episode 45: Episode #11.45

3 August 1968
Merrilee Rush sings "Angel of the Morning" and "That Kind of Woman." The Vogues perform "Turn Around Look at Me" and "My Special Angel." A telephone interview with Frank Jeckell of The 1910 Fruitgum Company.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Merrilee Rush ... Herself
The Vogues ... Themselves

Season 11, Episode 46: Episode #11.46

10 August 1968
American Bandstand's 11th Anniversary Show, Part 1 of 2. The McCoys perform their 1965 hit "Hang on Sloopy." Dick Clark presents clips from the past 11 years of "American Bandstand."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
The McCoys ... Themselves

Season 11, Episode 47: Episode #11.47

17 August 1968
11th Anniversary Show, Part 2 of 2. The American Breed perform "Bend Me, Shape Me" and "Anyway That You Want Me."
American Breed ... Themselves

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Season 11, Episode 48: Episode #11.48

24 August 1968
Scheduled guests: Chris Montez sings "Love Is Here To Stay." Vanilla Fudge perform "You Keep Me Hangin' On."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Season 11, Episode 49: Episode #11.49

31 August 1968
The Ohio Express perform "Down at Lulu's." A telephone interview with Terry Kirkman (of The Association). Scheduled guests: The Kasenetz-Katz Singing Orchestral Circus perform "Down In Tennessee."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Ohio Express ... Themselves

Season 12


Season 12, Episode 1: Episode #12.1

7 September 1968
The Grass Roots perform "Midnight Confessions." Patti Drew sings "Workin' On A Groovy Thing." A telephone interview with Jeff Travis of Professor Morrison's Lollipop (record: "You Got the Love").

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Patti Drew ... Herself
The Grassroots ... Themselves

Season 12, Episode 2: Episode #12.2

14 September 1968
O.C. Smith sings "Little Green Apples." Merle Haggard performs "The Legend of Bonnie and Clyde" and "I'm a Lonesome Fugitive." A telephone interview with Fats Domino.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
O.C. Smith ... Himself - Performer

Merle Haggard ... Himself - Performer

Season 12, Episode 3: Episode #12.3

21 September 1968
Jeannie C. Riley sings "Harper Valley P.T.A." Jay and The Techniques perform "Hey Diddle Diddle." A telephone interview with Erik Brann of the Iron Butterfly.
Jeannie C. Riley ... Herself

Season 12, Episode 4: Episode #12.4

28 September 1968
Clarence Carter sings "Slip Away." People perform "Apple Cider" and "Crying Shoes." A telephone interview with singer Betty Wright.
Clarence Carter ... Himself

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Season 12, Episode 5: Episode #12.5

5 October 1968
Iron Butterfly perform "In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida" and "Iron Butterfly Theme." Eddie Floyd sings "I've Never Found A Girl (To Love Me Like You Do)" and "Knock on Wood." A telephone interview with singer Al Wilson.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Eddie Floyd ... Himself
Iron Butterfly ... Themselves

Season 12, Episode 6: Episode #12.6

12 October 1968
Johnny Nash sings "Hold Me Tight." On film: The Association appear in a video for "Six Man Band." A telephone interview with Chuck Blasko of The Vogues.
The Association ... Themselves

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Johnny Nash ... Himself

Season 12, Episode 7: Episode #12.7

19 October 1968
Joe Tex sings "You Need Me, Baby" and "Skinny Legs and All." A film of Don Fardon performing "(The Lament Of The Cherokee) Indian Reservation."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Joe Tex ... Himself

Season 12, Episode 8: Episode #12.8

26 October 1968
Brenton Wood sings "Gimme Little Sign" and "It's Just A Game, Love." On film: "Florida's Answer to California," a look at Florida's beach cities.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Brenton Wood ... Himself

Season 12, Episode 9: Episode #12.9

2 November 1968
The Grass Roots perform "Midnight Confessions." Additional guest, Peter Yarrow (of Peter, Paul and Mary), was scheduled to promote the documentary "You Are What You Eat."

Season 12, Episode 10: Episode #12.10

9 November 1968
Footage is presented from the "Miss 16" Contest, taped October 13, 1968. Pageant judges Regis Philbin, Andy Kim, Mark Lindsay and Lydia Lane selected the winner, Christie Jensen of Seattle.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Season 12, Episode 11: Episode #12.11

16 November 1968
The Avant-Garde perform "Naturally Stoned" and "Fly With Me."
Avante-Garde ... Themselves

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Season 12, Episode 12: Episode #12.12

23 November 1968
Merrilee Rush sings "Reach Out." On film: Steppenwolf appear in a video for "Magic Carpet Ride."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Merrilee Rush ... Herself

Season 12, Episode 13: Episode #12.13

30 November 1968
Ketty Lester sings "I Will Lead You."

Creed Bratton ... Himself

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Ketty Lester ... Herself

Season 12, Episode 14: Episode #12.14

7 December 1968
Michael J. James sings "She Needs The Same Things I Need." Filmed segments with Leapy Lee ("Little Arrows") and B.J. Thomas ("Hooked on a Feeling"). A telephone interview with Mark Gutkowski of the 1910 Fruitgum Company.

Season 12, Episode 15: Episode #12.15

14 December 1968
Tommy Roe premieres his record "Dizzy." (The group M C Squared may have also appeared on this show. In their TV section, The New York Times list guests the "One Squared Group," which is possibly a misprint for "M C Squared.")

Season 12, Episode 16: Episode #12.16

21 December 1968
Al Martino sings "I Can't Help It (If I'm Still In Love With You)." On film: Gary Puckett and the Union Gap appear in a music video for "Over You." In week's "Hot Line" segment, singer Bobby Goldsboro is interviewed by telephone.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Al Martino ... Himself - Musical Guest

Season 12, Episode 17: Episode #12.17

28 December 1968
Brian Hyland sings "Tragedy." Spanky and Our Gang perform "Yesterday's Rain." A telephone interview with Jeannie C. Riley.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Brian Hyland ... Himself
Spanky & Our Gang ... Themselves

Season 12, Episode 18: Episode #12.18

4 January 1969
The eight-member band Mother Earth perform "Down So Low." On film: Gary Puckett and the Union Gap appear in a video for "Young Girl." A telephone interview with Bob Guadio of The Four Seasons.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Mother Earth ... Themselves

Season 12, Episode 19: Episode #12.19

11 January 1969
The guests are Dorsey Burnette ("The Greatest Love"), The Dillards ("Reason to Believe"), and 18-year-old actor-singer Michael J. James. The six winners in the "One-Half Dozen American Beauties" contest are announced.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Johnny Nash ... Himself - Guest
Dorsey Burnette ... Himself
The Dillards ... Themselves

Season 12, Episode 20: Episode #12.20

18 January 1969
Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons perform "By the Time I Get to Phoenix" and "Stop and Say Hello." A telephone interview with record producer Bob Crewe.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
The Four Seasons ... Themselves

Frankie Valli ... Himself

Season 12, Episode 21: Episode #12.21

25 January 1969
The Classics IV featuring Dennis Yost perform "Stormy." Neil Sedaka sings "Star-Crossed Lovers."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
The Classics IV ... Themselves

Neil Sedaka ... Him

Season 12, Episode 22: Episode #12.22

1 February 1969
The Buddy Miles Express perform "Train." An interview with Iron Butterfly guitarist Erik Brann. On film: Barry Ryan appears in a video for "Eloise."
Erik Braunn ... Himself

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Buddy Miles ... Himself

Season 12, Episode 23: Episode #12.23

8 February 1969
People perform their 1968 hit "I Love You." A video of Al Wilson singing "The Poor Side of Town."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Season 12, Episode 24: Episode #12.24

15 February 1969
Johnny Nash sings "Lovey Dovey." Willie Mitchell performs "30-60-90." A telephone interview with Joe South.
Johnny Nash ... Himself

Season 12, Episode 25: Episode #12.25

22 February 1969
Tyrone Davis sings "Can I Change My Mind?" The Flying Burrito Brothers perform "Wheels" and "Hot Burrito #1."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Tyrone Davis ... Himself
The Flying Burrito Brothers ... Themselves

Season 12, Episode 26: Episode #12.26

1 March 1969
Arthur Conley sings "Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da." Smokestack Lightnin' performs "Light In My Window."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Arthur Conley ... Himself

Season 12, Episode 27: Episode #12.27

8 March 1969
Brenton Wood sings "A Change is Gonna Come." The Mod Squad featuring Lee Greenwood perform "This Is My Woman."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Brenton Wood ... Himself - Performer

Season 12, Episode 28: Episode #12.28

15 March 1969
A Salute to Tom Jones, featuring an interview filmed in England.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Tom Jones ... Himself (on film)

Season 12, Episode 29: Episode #12.29

22 March 1969
Neil Diamond performs "Brother Love's Travelling Salvation Show." The Sir Douglas Quintet perform "Mendocino."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Neil Diamond
Sir Douglas Quintet ... Themselves

Season 12, Episode 30: Episode #12.30

29 March 1969
The Ohio Express performs "Mercy."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Ohio Express ... Themselves

Season 12, Episode 31: Episode #12.31

5 April 1969
Betty Everett sings "There'll Come a Time" and "I Can't Say No to You." The psychedelic rock band Bubble Puppy perform "Hot Smoke and Sassafras." A telephone interview with Warren Entner of the Grass Roots.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Betty Everett ... Herself

Season 12, Episode 32: Episode #12.32

12 April 1969
Mel Carter sings "Another Saturday Night" and his 1965 hit "Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me." The Yellow Payges perform "Never Put Away My Love For You." A telephone interview with Fred Farran of The Arbors.
Mel Carter ... Himself

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Season 12, Episode 33: Episode #12.33

19 April 1969
Singer-guitarist Trini Lopez performs "Lalena" and "Come A Little Bit Closer." The band Feather perform "Moccasin." A telephone interview with singer Joe Simon.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Trini López

Season 12, Episode 34: Episode #12.34

26 April 1969


Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Bobby Freeman ... Himself - Guest

Season 12, Episode 35: Episode #12.35

3 May 1969
Linda Ronstadt sings "Long Way Around." The New Life performs "Backwoods Annie" and "Ha Lese (Le Di Khanna)." A swimwear fashion show is presented.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Linda Ronstadt ... Herself

Season 12, Episode 39: Episode #12.39

24 May 1969


Creed Bratton ... Himself
The Guess Who ... Themselves

Season 12, Episode 40: Episode #12.40

7 June 1969
Oliver sings "Good Morning Starshine." Ronnie Dove sings "I Need You Now." The start of the annual dance contest, with couples from seven cities (Chicago, Detroit, El Paso, LA, Oklahoma City, Philadelphia, and Washington, D.C.) competing.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Ronnie Dove ... Himself - Musical Guest
Oliver ... Himself - Musical Guest

Season 12, Episode 41: Episode #12.41

14 June 1969
Tony Joe White sings "Polk Salad Annie." Pianist Jerry Smith performs "Truck Stop," an instrumental song featuring "honky-tonk" style piano playing.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Tony Joe White

Season 12, Episode 42: Episode #12.42

21 June 1969
Tim Buckley performs "Gypsy Woman" and "Strange Feelin'." Funk band Dyke and The Blazers perform "We Got More Soul." American Bandstand's dance contest continues.
Dyke and the Blazers ... Themselves
Tim Buckley ... Himself

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Season 12, Episode 43: Episode #12.43

28 June 1969
Thelma Houston sings "If This Was the Last Song" and "Jumpin' Jack Flash." The Spiral Starecase perform "Since I Don't Have You" and "More Today than Yesterday."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Thelma Houston ... Herself
The Spiral Staircase ... Themselves (as Spiral Starecase)

Season 12, Episode 44: Episode #12.44

5 July 1969
Jerry Butler performs "Moody Woman." The Impressions sing "Choice of Colors".

Jerry Butler ... Himself

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
The Impressions ... Themselves

Season 12, Episode 45: Episode #12.45

12 July 1969
Jackie DeShannon sings "Put a Little Love in your Heart." The Winstons perform "Color Him Father." A film on dune buggies is shown.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Jackie DeShannon ... Herself
The Winstons ... Themselves

Season 12, Episode 46: Episode #12.46

19 July 1969
Andy Kim sings "Baby, I Love You." The Peppermint Rainbow performs "Don't Wake Me Up in the Morning, Michael" and "Will You Be Staying After Sunday?"

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Andy Kim ... Himself
The Peppermint Rainbow ... Themselves

Season 12, Episode 47: Episode #12.47

26 July 1969
Cat Mother and the All Night Newsboys perform a rock 'n' roll medley titled "Good Old Rock 'n' Roll."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Season 12, Episode 48: Episode #12.48

2 August 1969
The Underground Sunshine perform "All I Want Is You" and a cover of the Beatles' "Birthday." On film: Bill Deal and The Rhondells appear in a video for "I've Been Hurt." Dick Clark announces the winning couple in this year's dance contest.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Season 12, Episode 49: Episode #12.49

9 August 1969

Bobby Bare ... Himself

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
The Clinger Sisters ... Themselves
Mike Curb ... Himself

Season 12, Episode 50: Episode #12.50

16 August 1969
The Guess Who perform "Laughing." Isaac Hayes sings "Walk On By" and "By the Time I Get to Phoenix."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
The Guess Who ... Themselves

Isaac Hayes ... Himself

Season 12, Episode 52: Episode #12.52

30 August 1969
Peaches and Herb sing "Let Me Be the One." The Brotherhood perform "Don't Let Go" and Rose Garden."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Peaches and Herb ... Themselves

Season 13


Season 13, Episode 1: Episode #13.1

6 September 1969
Gospel group The Edwin Hawkins Singers perform "Ain't It Like Him?" and "Oh Happy Day."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
The Edwin Hawkins Singers ... Themselves

Season 13, Episode 2: Episode #13.2

13 September 1969
Stevie Wonder performs "My Cherie Amour," "Fingertips - Part 2" and "For Once In My Life."

Smokey Robinson ... Himself

Stevie Wonder ... Himself

Season 13, Episode 3: Episode #13.3

20 September 1969
Creedence Clearwater Revival performs "Commotion" and "Green River."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Creedence Clearwater Revival ... Themselves

Season 13, Episode 4: Episode #13.4

27 September 1969
The Association perform songs from their new album, "The Association."
The Association ... Themselves

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Season 13, Episode 5: Episode #13.5

4 October 1969
The Spiral Starecase perform "More Today than Yesterday." The Hardy Boys (band from the Saturday morning TV series "Hardy Boys") perform "Love and Let Love."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
The Spiral Staircase ... Themselves

Season 13, Episode 6: Episode #13.6

11 October 1969
The Grass Roots perform "Heaven Knows" and "(You Gotta) Live For Love." Beau Sybin sings "Been A Long Time Comin'."

Season 13, Episode 7: Episode #13.7

18 October 1969
Smith, featuring lead singer Gayle McCormick, perform "Baby It's You" and "Mojalesky Ridge." Singer-songwriter Jim Ford performs "Harlan County."

Season 13, Episode 8: Episode #13.8

25 October 1969
Three Dog Night perform "Celebrate" and "Eli's Coming."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Three Dog Night ... Themselves

Season 13, Episode 9: Episode #13.9

1 November 1969
Andy Kim sings "So Good Together." Joe South performs "Don't it Make You Wanna Go Home?" and "Games People Play."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Andy Kim ... Himself
Joe South ... Himself

Season 13, Episode 10: A Salute to Mama Cass Elliot

8 November 1969
Mama Cass Elliot, formerly of the Mamas and the Papas, sings "It's Getting Better" and "I Can Dream, Can't I?" The studio audience dances to Cass' records "California Earthquake" and "Welcome to the World."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Cass Elliot ... Herself (as 'Mama' Cass Elliot)

Season 13, Episode 11: Episode #13.11

15 November 1969
The Cuff Links perform "Tracy." Gospel singer Dorothy Morrison (aka Dorothy Combs Morrison) sings "All God's Children Got Soul."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
The Cuff Links ... Themselves
Dorothy Morrison ... Herself

Season 13, Episode 12: Episode #13.12

22 November 1969
Scheduled guests: The Turtles perform "Lady-O."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
The Turtles ... Themselves

Season 13, Episode 13: Episode #13.13

29 November 1969
Thomas and Richard Frost perform "She's Got Love" and "With Me My Love." Dick Clark presents the finals of 16 Magazine's "Miss 16" pageant.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Season 13, Episode 14: Episode #13.14

6 December 1969
Cast members from the Los Angeles company of "Hair" perform a medley of songs including "Aquarius," "Hair" and "Let the Sunshine In."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Season 13, Episode 15: Episode #13.15

13 December 1969
A salute to singer Oliver (full name: William Oliver Swofford). Oliver performs "Sunday Morning," "Who Will Buy?" and "Where Is Love?" (last two songs, ironically, from the musical "Oliver!").

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Oliver ... Himself

Season 13, Episode 16: Tommy Boyce & Bobby Hart & Kathy Garver

20 December 1969
Tommy Boyce and Bobby Hart sing "I'll Blow You a Kiss in the Wind." Kathy Garver (from TV's "Family Affair") presents "Lem, the Orphan Reindeer" (her spoken word Christmas record, which was written by Boyce and Hart).

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Tommy Boyce ... Himself (as Tommy Boyce & Bobby Hart)
Bobby Hart ... Himself (as Tommy Boyce & Bobby Hart)

Kathy Garver ... Herself

Season 13, Episode 17: Episode #13.17

27 December 1969
Steam sings "Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye." Bobby Vee sings "Electric Trains And You." Dick Clark plays the Top 10 records of the 1960s.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Bobby Vee ... Himself - Guest
Steam ... Themselves

Season 13, Episode 18: Episode #13.18

3 January 1970
A Tribute to Steppenwolf. Along with performing some of their hits, the group Steppenwolf is interviewed by host Dick Clark.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Steppenwolf ... Themselves

Season 13, Episode 19: Episode #13.19

10 January 1970
A salute to Paul Revere and The Raiders. Mark Lindsay, a former member of The Raiders, sings "Arizona."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Mark Lindsay ... Himself
Paul Revere & The Raiders ... Themselves

Season 13, Episode 20: Episode #13.20

17 January 1970
A Salute to Bubblegum Pop music: The 1910 Fruitgum Company perform "Special Delivery." The Ohio Express reprise their 1968 hit "Down At Lulu's."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
1910 Fruitgum Company ... Themselves
Ohio Express ... Themselves

Season 13, Episode 21: Episode #13.21

24 January 1970
Singer-songwriter Joe South performs "Walk A Mile in My Shoes." Also appearing is Biff Rose, a songwriter known for his humorous compositions.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Joe South ... Himself - Guest
Biff Rose ... Himself

Season 13, Episode 22: Episode #13.22

31 January 1970
R.B. Greaves sings "Take A Letter Maria." The band Zephyr perform "Cross the River."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
R.B. Greaves ... Himself

Season 13, Episode 23: Episode #13.23

7 February 1970
The Sandpipers perform "Come Saturday Morning" and "Let Go." Evie Sands sings "Crazy Annie" and "Any Way That You Want Me."

Season 13, Episode 24: Episode #13.24

14 February 1970
David Ruffin, former lead vocalist with the Temptations, sings "Feelin' Alright" and "I'm So Glad I Fell for You." The rock band Sweetwater performs "For Pete's Sake" and "Without Me."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
David Ruffin ... Himself
Sweetwater ... Themselves

Season 13, Episode 25: Episode #13.25

21 February 1970
The Jackson 5 perform "I Want you Back" and "ABC." Dick Clark narrates film footage of Diana Ross' final performance with The Supremes.
Jackson 5 ... Themselves

Jackie Jackson ... Himself (as The Jackson Five)

Jermaine Jackson ... Himself (as The Jackson Five)

Marlon Jackson ... Himself (as The Jackson Five)

Michael Jackson ... Himself (as The Jackson Five)

Tito Jackson ... Himself (as The Jackson Five)

Season 13, Episode 26: Episode #13.26

28 February 1970
Dick Clark and guest Bobby Rydell celebrate the 17th Anniversary of "Bandstand," which premiered Oct. 1952 as a local Philadelphia series. Other celebrants are dancers from Bandstand's early years and "Pops," owner of the local malt shop.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Bobby Rydell ... Himself

Season 13, Episode 27: Episode #13.27

7 March 1970
Dutch band The George Baker Selection performs "Little Green Bag." (It's not known if the George Baker Selection appeared in person or via a filmed promotional video.)

Season 13, Episode 28: Episode #13.28

14 March 1970
Gladys Knight and the Pips perform "I Heard It Through the Grapevine" and "Friendship Train."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Gladys Knight & The Pips ... Themselves
William Guest ... Himself (as Gladys Knight and The Pips)

Gladys Knight ... Herself (as Gladys Knight and The Pips)
Merald Knight ... Himself (as Gladys Knight and The Pips)
Edward Patten ... Himself (as Gladys Knight and The Pips)

Season 13, Episode 29: Episode #13.29

21 March 1970
Vic Dana sings "If I Never Knew your Name" and "More." Folk-rock band The Country Coalition perform "Time to Get It Together."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Vic Dana ... Himself

Season 13, Episode 30: Episode #13.30

28 March 1970
Gary Puckett and the Union Gap perform a medley of their hits.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Gary Puckett ... Himself

Season 13, Episode 31: Episode #13.31

4 April 1970
Lee Marvin sings "Wandering Star," a song from his film "Paint Your Wagon." Oliver (singer William Oliver Swofford) performs "Angelica."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Lee Marvin ... Himself
Oliver ... Himself

Season 13, Episode 32: Episode #13.32

11 April 1970
The band Cold Blood performs "You Got Me Hummin'" and "I'm A Good Woman." On film: Scenes from the Winter National Auto Race in which the winning car was named "American Bandstand."
Cold Blood ... Themselves

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Season 13, Episode 33: Episode #13.33

18 April 1970
Singer-songwriter Norman Greenbaum performs "Spirit in the Sky" and "Tars of India." Tommy Roe sings "Jam Up and Jelly Tight" and "Stir It Up and Serve It."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Norman Greenbaum ... Himself
Tommy Roe ... Himself

Season 13, Episode 34: Episode #13.34

25 April 1970
B.J. Thomas sings "Raindrops Keep Falling on My Head" and "Everybody's Out of Town." Rare Earth perform "Get Ready" and "In Bed."

B.J. Thomas ... Himself

Season 13, Episode 35: Episode #13.35

2 May 1970
Singer-guitarist Turley Richards performs "Love Minus Zero-No Limit." The annual dance contest begins with actor David Soul judging couples from Los Angeles.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Turley Richards ... Himself

David Soul ... Himself - dance contest judge

Season 13, Episode 36: Episode #13.36

9 May 1970
Rock band Crabby Appleton perform "Can't Live My Life Without You" and "Go Back." Warren Entner and Bob Grill of the Grass Roots perform "Back to Dreaming Again." Entner, Grill, and David Soul judge Los Angeles couples in the dance contest.
Crabby Appleton ... Himself

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
The Grassroots ... Themselves

Season 13, Episode 37: Episode #13.37

16 May 1970
The Chairmen Of The Board perform "(You've Got Me) Dangling On A String." Dick Clark interviews Bob Maurice, producer of the movie "Woodstock," who presents scenes from the film. The dance contest continues.
The Chairmen of the Board ... Themselves

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Bob Maurice ... Himself

Season 13, Episode 38: Episode #13.38

23 May 1970
Jack Blanchard and Misty Morgan sing "The Tennessee Birdwalk" and "Humphrey the Camel." Warren Etner and Rob Grill (of the Grass Roots) and actor David Soul are the judges in this week's installment of the national dance contest.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Jack Blanchard ... Himself
Misty Morgan ... Herself

Season 13, Episode 39: Episode #13.39

30 May 1970
Bobbi Martin sings "Give A Woman Love" and "For the Love of Him." James Darren performs "Wheeling, West Virginia."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

James Darren ... Himself
Bobbi Martin ... Herself

Season 13, Episode 40: Episode #13.40

6 June 1970
Charles Wright and The Watts 103rd St. Rhythm Band perform "Love Land" and "Express Yourself." American Bandstand's annual dance contest continues.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Season 13, Episode 41: Episode #13.41

13 June 1970
Melanie Safka, accompanying herself on acoustic guitar, sings "Lay Down (Candles in the Rain)" and "Mama, Mama." Eileen Richardson gives a demonstration of tie-dyeing. American Bandstand's annual dance contest continues.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Melanie ... Herself

Season 13, Episode 42: Episode #13.42

20 June 1970
The band Feather performs "Friends." Mac Davis sings "Whoever Finds This, I Love You" and "Half and Half (Song For Sarah)." The dance contest continues.

Season 13, Episode 43: Episode #13.43

27 June 1970
Trini Lopez performs "Five O'Clock World" and his 1963 single "If I Had a Hammer." On film: The band Mountain appear in a video for "Mississippi Queen."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Trini López ... Himself

Season 13, Episode 44: Episode #13.44

4 July 1970
The rock band Blues Image perform "Ride Captain Ride" and "Running the Water." Another look at the couples competing in this year's dance contest.
Blues Image ... Themselves

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Season 13, Episode 45: Episode #13.45

11 July 1970
Alive And Kicking (a.k.a. Alive 'N Kickin') perform "Tighter, Tighter" and "Jordan." The Impressions sing "Can't You See?" and "Check Out Your Mind."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
The Impressions ... Themselves

Season 13, Episode 46: Episode #13.46

18 July 1970
Tyrone Davis sings "Turn Back the Hands of Time" and "I Keep Coming Back." The Flaming Ember, a "blue-eyed" soul band from Detroit, perform "Mind, Body and Soul" and "Westbound #9."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Tyrone Davis ... Himself

Season 13, Episode 47: Episode #13.47

25 July 1970
Rare Earth performs "Get Ready" and "In Bed." (Both of these songs were also listed for 25-Apr-1970).

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Rare Earth ... Themselves

Season 13, Episode 48: Episode #13.48

1 August 1970
Norman Greenbaum sings "Spirit in the Sky" and "Canned Ham." Robin McNamara sings "Lay A Little Loving On Me" and "Lila."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Norman Greenbaum ... Himself
Robin McNamara ... Himself

Season 13, Episode 49: Episode #13.49

8 August 1970
Ron Dante sings "Let Me Bring You Up." Dick Clark announces the winning couple in the dance contest.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Ron Dante ... Himself

Season 13, Episode 50: Episode #13.50

15 August 1970
Arkade perform "Sing Out the Love." Jerry Blavat (Philadelphia disc jockey) sings "Tasty (to Me)."
Jerry Blavat ... Himself - Performer

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Season 13, Episode 51: Episode #13.51

22 August 1970
Gene Chandler sings "Groovy Situation." Andy Kim performs "It's Your Life" and his cover of "Baby, I Love You."
Gene Chandler ... Himself

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Andy Kim ... Himself

Season 13, Episode 52: Episode #13.52

29 August 1970
Singer-songwriter R. Dean Taylor, making his TV network debut, sings "Indiana Wants Me." Caboose, previously known as Butterscotch Caboose, perform "Black Hands White Cotton." Paul Kelly sings "Stealin' in the Name of the Lord."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Richard Dean Taylor ... Himself (as R. Dean Taylor)

Season 14


Season 14, Episode 1: Episode #14.1

5 September 1970
Gary Puckett sings "Shimmering Eyes" and "Do You Really Have a Heart?" Folksinger-actor Bert Sommer performs "We're All Playing In The Same Band."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Gary Puckett ... Himself
Bert Sommer ... Himself

Season 14, Episode 2: Episode #14.2

12 September 1970
David Cassidy sings "I Think I Love You," and introduces a clip from his upcoming TV series "The Partridge Family" which premieres September 25, 1970. Ray Peterson sings "The Wonder of You" and "Oklahoma City Times."

David Cassidy ... Himself

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Ray Peterson ... Himself

Season 14, Episode 3: Episode #14.3

19 September 1970
Bill Cowsill, formerly of The Cowsills, performs "The Shoop Shoop Song" and "When Everybody's Here." Bobby Bloom sings "Montego Bay" and "This Thing I've Gotten Into."
Bobby Bloom ... Himself

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Bill Cowsill ... Himself

Season 14, Episode 4: Episode #14.4

26 September 1970
The Osmond Brothers perform "Movin' Along," "Flirtin,'" and an "I'm Gonna Make You Love Me"/"Can't Get Next to You" medley.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
The Osmonds ... Themselves

Season 14, Episode 5: Episode #14.5

3 October 1970
The Grass Roots perform "Come On and Say It" and "I Can Turn Off the Rain." The Spinners sing "It's a Shame" and "In My Diary."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
The Grassroots ... Themselves
The Spinners ... Themselves

Season 14, Episode 6: Episode #14.6

10 October 1970
Poco perform "You Better Think Twice." Brother John (singer-songwriter Johnny Cymbal) performs "Pollyanna" and "Smokey."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Johnny Cymbal ... Brother John
Poco ... Themselves

Season 14, Episode 7: Episode #14.7

17 October 1970
The O'Kaysions perform "Girl Watcher" and "Watch Out Girl." The Moments (vocal group later known as Ray, Goodman and Brown) sing "Love On A Two-Way Street" and "If I Didn't Care."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
The Moments ... Themselves
The O'Kaysions ... Themselves

Season 14, Episode 8: Episode #14.8

24 October 1970
Mark Lindsay sings "Arizona," "And the Grass Won't Pay No Mind" and "So Hard to Leave You." Dick Clark introduces the finalists, and the winner, in the "Miss 16" contest.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Mark Lindsay ... Himself

Season 14, Episode 9: Episode #14.9

31 October 1970
Female soul trio Sunday's Child sings 'You're Good for Me" and "What Are You Thinking?"

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Sunday's Child ... Themselves

Season 14, Episode 10: Episode #14.10

7 November 1970
Brian Hyland sings "Gypsy Woman" and "Slow Down."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Brian Hyland ... Himself

Season 14, Episode 11: Episode #14.11

14 November 1970
Freda Payne sings "Deeper and Deeper," and her hit from earlier in the year, "Band of Gold." Dick Clark presents Freda Payne with a gold record.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Freda Payne ... Herself

Season 14, Episode 12: Episode #14.12

21 November 1970
Singer Oliver performs "Firelight" and "Light the Way."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Oliver ... Himself

Season 14, Episode 13: Episode #14.13

28 November 1970
Actor Rick Ely (of TV series "The Young Rebels") sings "Make It with You" and "Circle Game."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Richard Ely ... Himself (as Rick Ely)

Season 14, Episode 14: Episode #14.14

5 December 1970
The Carpenters perform "We've Only Just Begun" and "Reason to Believe." Bobby Vee sings "Sweet Sweetheart," and his own composition, "Rock 'n Roll Music and You."

Karen Carpenter ... Herself
The Carpenters ... Themselves

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Bobby Vee ... Himself

Season 14, Episode 15: Episode #14.15

12 December 1970
Gene Chandler sings "Simply Call It Love" and is presented with a gold record.
Gene Chandler ... Himself

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Season 14, Episode 16: Episode #14.16

19 December 1970
Jose Feliciano performs "Feliz Navidad" and "The First Noel." The Brady Kids sing "Frosty the Snowman" and "Silent Night," two of the songs on the "Christmas with The Brady Bunch" album.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

José Feliciano ... Himself

Christopher Knight ... Himself

Mike Lookinland ... Himself

Maureen McCormick ... Herself

Susan Olsen ... Herself

Eve Plumb ... Herself

Barry Williams ... Himself

Season 14, Episode 17: Episode #14.17

26 December 1970
David Cassidy (from ABC-TV's "The Partridge Family") sings "I Think I Love You" and "I Can Hear Your Heartbeat." The Grass Roots perform "Midnight Confessions," and their new record, "Temptation Eyes."

David Cassidy ... Himself

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
The Grassroots

Season 14, Episode 18: Episode #14.18

2 January 1971


Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
The Delfonics ... Themselves
Norman Greenbaum ... Himself

Season 14, Episode 19: Episode #14.19

9 January 1971


Cass Elliot ... Herself (as 'Mama' Cass Elliot)
Dave Mason ... Himself

Season 14, Episode 20: Episode #14.20

16 January 1971

Ike Turner ... Himself (as Ike & Tina Turner)

Tina Turner ... Herself (as Ike & Tina Turner)

Season 14, Episode 21: Episode #14.21

23 January 1971
The Cowsills perform "On My Side." Curtis Mayfield sings "(Don't Worry) If There's A Hell Below We're All Going To Go."

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
The Cowsills ... Themselves -Guests

Curtis Mayfield ... Himself

Season 14, Episode 22: Episode #14.22

30 January 1971


Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Andy Kim ... Himself

Season 14, Episode 23: Episode #14.23

6 February 1971


Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Dionne Warwick ... Herself

Leslie Uggams ... Herself

Jerry Reed ... Himself

Season 14, Episode 24: Episode #14.24

13 February 1971


Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Bobby Sherman ... Himself

Season 14, Episode 25: Episode #14.25

20 February 1971


Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Tommy Roe ... Himself

Season 14, Episode 26: Episode #14.26

27 February 1971


Dick Clark ... Himself - Host
Joey Scarbury ... Himself

Season 14, Episode 27: Episode #14.27

6 March 1971


Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Henry Mancini ... Himself - Guest
Bobby Goldsboro ... Himself - Guest

Season 14, Episode 28: Episode #14.28

13 March 1971
The Wadsworth Mansion perform "Sweet Mary." Cincinnati TV personality Bob Braun also appears.

Dick Clark ... Himself - Host

Season 14, Episode 2