Shindig, Hullabaloo and other shows

ADDITIONAL PHOTOS from The Dean Martin Show with the appearance of the EVERLY BROTHERS

SEE THE ENTIRE VIDEO in this thread: Page 1, Quote #5. It is HIGHLY entertaining!!

The Everlys perform "Mama Tried" and are then joined by their host for a medley of "Bye Bye Love" and "Your Cheatin' Heart". For the finale, the Everlys sing, "Michael Rowed the Boat Ashore" in their own comedic skit, with Phil playing the double bass!!!! Guests (including actor, Ernest Borgnine, and crazy comedian, Paul Lynde) get into Yankee Doodle Dandy mode with the other guest stars. The show was a mixture of great singing performances, jokes, and sheer, silly fun! (1970)


Last update on March 7, 2:12 pm by Gloria Solis.
SHINDIG Guest Appearance of the Everly Brothers, along with CHUCK BERRY, who just passed away Saturday, March 18, 2017.


Last update on March 18, 9:49 pm by Gloria Solis.
The Everly Brothers appeared on the show "Rollin' on the River". In the fall of 1972 the title was shortened to "Rollin'". The show was filmed aboard a Riverboat and the Pilot for the show was 1971.


May 4, 1971 - ROLLIN' ON THE RIVER - A variety hour featuring Kenny Rogers and The First Edition, Al Hirt, Pat Paulsen and Diane Brooks with thirteen songs and a number of comedy sketches. Diane Brooks sings "Twenty-five Or Six To Four" and then joins Kenny Rogers for a duet of "Something." Al Hirt and Kenny Rogers and The First Edition give renditions of "Proud Mary" and "Down By The Riverside." Hirt offers "Tin Roof Blues" and "Jazz Me Blues." Other highlights of the trip include Rogers and The First Edition doing "Heed the Call", "Ruby Talk", and "Camptown Races"; Hirt and Rogers do "Night Life"; Paulsen and Hirt do a thing called "Hirts-Rent-A-Horn" and Paulsen issues one of his jawbreaking monologues. The hour closes with the entire cast giving their all for a rousing rendition of "Mississippi".

Sep 25, 1972 - Guests are The Everly Brothers.

They start with the song "Stories We Can Tell" then onto "Honky Tonk Woman", they close the show with them all singing "Wake Up Little Susie"

The Riverboat Queen on the Mississippi River

Kenny Rogers and the 1st Edition

Kenny Rogers and the 1st Edition with BB King

June 23rd 2012

The hour is 11:30 on this Saturday night aboard the American Queen, somewhere south of Natchez, Miss. The dance floor in the Grand Saloon is deserted, and a lone man sits in the 24-hour Front Porch lounge, reading a paperback novel. The evening's holdouts, perhaps 30 people who like most of the passengers appear to be 55 or older, are in the Engine Room Bar.

Jackie Bankston, who plays the piano, and Bob Schad, who plays guitar, are singing the '70s Kenny Rogers song, "Lucille," which has roused these last-to-bed passengers into a sing-along. Only one couple is dancing, laughing and jabbing their index fingers accusingly at each other during the chorus, "You picked a fine time to leave me Lucille …" while most of the crowd sings along with Jackie.

Behind them, visible through six large portholes, a red paddlewheel turns, kicking up a constant spray of muddy water from the Mississippi River.

The American Queen, the largest passenger steamboat ever built, has returned to service on the Mississippi River, propelled by a vintage 1932 steam engine and a true paddle wheel. Taken out of service in 2008 when the federal government foreclosed on the ship and steam boating appeared to be dead, the American Queen is the first passenger steamboat to make regular overnight cruises on the river in four years.

A new company with some old river boating hands bought the boat for $15.5 million, spent $6 million on renovations, and put it back into service on the Mississippi, Ohio and Tennessee rivers at a time when river cruising is exploding in popularity in Europe and elsewhere.

Well-off veteran cruisers, history buffs, steamboat lovers and Americans who prefer a domestic vacation are buying up berths; some cruises are sold out.
Last update on March 28, 6:54 am by Chris.
Photos and information are fantastic! Great research, Chris!
I wish the taping of this show were available for us to see! The photos are terrific, so I'm sure the video would be also, especially in color!!!
I would like to congratulate and say thank you to Gloria for putting this lasting tribute of Chuck Berry here on the site and thank her for finding and posting the 8 minute video clip of the Everly Brothers, Chuck Berry and James Brown. Thank you Gloria for doing this in recognition of Chuck Berry. Maybe other members may take a look at 62# where this recognition is.
Thank you. That early period of the birthing of Rock and Roll had such a tremendous impact world-wide, like an explosion at that point and expanding outwards, continuously, it seems. The ongoing entwining of the EVERLY BROTHER's musical influences is amazing!

Ricardo has mentioned the big Rock and Roll festivals in Mexico, and shared a great story of his interaction with Chuck Berry in 1992 (in Forum:CELEBRATING page 39). The videos of Phil with Dean Read in Germany with their famous singers doing Rock songs in English (also on page 39) emphasize this influence, as well as the Netherlands, France, etc. The EBs are popular in Costa Rica today - some of their music videos are often played in restaurants.

The initial inductees into the ROCK and ROLL HALL OF FAME 1986, in Cleveland, Ohio. are group of unforgettable, original RnR artists: Jerry Lee Lewis, Elvis Presley, Buddy Holly, Ray Charles, the EVERLY BROTHERS, and of course, CHUCK BERRY, plus others, whose music still plays on as first released or as covers. (Clip below -which maybe elsewhere in this website-is of Everlys induction into R N R Hall of Fame.)

How proud the Everly Brothers should be to have pioneered and grown through nearly 60 years of musical changes, and still be honored and imitated!

Last update on March 27, 5:06 pm by Gloria Solis.
The Everly Brothers appeared on "Juke Box Jury" on 27th June 1964. They appeared as the live artists on the show after their record was voted on by the 'guest panel of the Rolling Stones' The song was "Ferris Wheel"
This is a full list of songs which were reviewed by "The Rolling Stones"

Nashville Teens-Tobacco Road
Dusty Springfield-I Just Don't Know What To Do with Myself
Ray Charles-My Baby Dont Dig Me
Christine Holmes-Play Me A Song
The Searchers-Someday We're Gonna Love Again
The Everly Brothers-The Ferris Wheel
Freddie And The Dreamers-Just For You(via filmclip)
Elvis Presley-There's Gold In The Mountains(via filmclip)

Juke Box Jury is a music panel show which originally ran on the BBC Television Service from 1 June 1959 until 27 December 1967. The programme was based on the American show Jukebox Jury, itself an offshoot of a long-running radio series.

Throughout its run the series featured celebrity show-business guests on a rotating weekly panel judging the hit potential of recent releases. By 1962 the programme attracted 12 million viewers weekly on Saturday nights.

Juke Box Jury took a format where a guest panel reviewed new record releases in a 25-minute programme, extended to an hour for some Christmas shows. Host David Jacobs each week asked four celebrities (the 'Jurors') to judge newly released records on his jukebox (a Rock-Ola Tempo II) and forecast which would be declared a "hit" or a "miss" – the decision accompanied by either a bell for a 'hit' or a hooter for a 'miss'. A panel of three members of the audience voted as a tie-breaker if the guests' decision was deadlocked, by holding up a large circular disc with 'Hit' on one side and 'Miss' on the other. Most weeks the performers of one of the records would be hidden behind a screen and emerge to "surprise" the panel after they had given their verdict. The series was usually broadcast from the BBC TV Theatre, Shepherd's Bush Green, London. Each programme normally consisted of between seven and nine records.
For the first six weeks of the programme, the theme to Juke Box Jury was "Juke Box Fury", written by composer and arranger Tony Osborne and recorded by his band under the name Ozzie Warlock and the Wizards.

The programme's producer Russell Turner then replaced the theme with another instrumental, "Hit and Miss", performed by the John Barry Seven Plus Four, which remained the title music from 1960 to 1967.

1964 the five members of the Rolling Stones formed the panel, the only time there were more than four Jurors on the programme. Keith Richards later wrote of this appearance: "We didn't give a sh.... We just trashed every record they played."

Surviving recordings

Because of the BBC's policy of wiping tapes of its programmes in the 1960s, and the practice of not recording live programmes, only two episodes 29 October 1960 and 12 November 1960 are thought to still exist in their complete form, although transcripts also exist of the Beatles' appearances – both solo and together. In 2001, during a year-long drive to find lost archive material, the BBC announced that an audio recording of the Beatles' appearance in December 1963 had re-surfaced, a tape taken directly from the television broadcast.


Juke Box Jury was first broadcast on BBC Television on 1 June 1959. Originally on Monday evenings, the BBC show was moved to early Saturday evenings starting on 3 September 1959 due to its immediate popularity. The series was produced by Russell Turner.

Venetia Stephenson was a guest on the panel in 1959 on 5 dates *

24 August 1959 - Venetia Stevenson, Pete Murray, Judy Carne, Dickie Dawson *
5 September 1959 – Eric Sykes, Cleo Laine, Susan Stranks, Pete Murray
12 September 1959 - Peggy Cummins, Eric Sykes, Eric Robinson, Susan Stranks
19 September 1959 - Bill Maynard, Petula Clark, Judy Carne, Peter Noble
26 September 1959 – Richard Dawson, Diana Dors, Eunice Gayson, Tony Vlassopolu
3 October 1959 – Diana Dors, Tony Osborne, Dickie Dawson, Petula Clark
10 October 1959 - Gary Miller, Milton Subotsky, Venetia Stevenson, Gloria Kindersley *
17 October 1959 - Digby Wolfe, Alma Cogan, Louie Ramsay, Jimmy Savile
24 October 1959 – Winifred Atwell, Paul Carpenter, Sandra Dorne, Digby Wolfe
31 October 1959 – Digby Wolfe, Gary Miller, Venetia Stevenson, Lynn Curtis *
14 November 1959 - Gary Miller, Venetia Stevenson, Bunny Lewis, Jeanne Baldwin *
21 November 1959 - Joan Heal, Venetia Stevenson, Milton Subotsky, Pete Murray *

It as been said that Venetia Stephenson was on a show the same time as a record of the Everly Brothers was played. I can't find anything to confirm that.

Last update on April 25, 6:24 pm by Chris.
Quite a lot of research and very interesting information, Chris! The Everly Brothers worked quite a lot in those early years, not just touring, but recording, doing public appearances and concerts across the continents! Amazing, almost 60 years of musical activity!
Last update on April 28, 6:39 pm by Gloria Solis.
UPDATED VIDEO for the EVERLY BROTHERS' guest appearance with Trini Lopez on Hullabaloo, just released.
includes introduction and the song, "Price of Love". It was the EBs' last time on Hullabaloo.

For complete information, photos, etc. see page 3 #36 in this thread



HULLABALOO - Season 2. Show 36. Jan-17-66. Host: Trini Lopez
Trini Lopez - "Put Your Arms Around Me, Honey."
The Vogues: "Five O'Clock World."
The Everly Brothers: "The Price of Love."
The Everly Brothers and Trini Lopez: medley: "Wake Up, Little Susie," "Bye Bye, Love," "Bird Dog."

David Winters: "The Anti-Protest Song."
Freddie and the Dreamers: "A Windmill in Old Amsterdam."
Trini Lopez: "Made in Paris", "La Bamba".

Last update on May 8, 2:04 pm by Gloria Solis.
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