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9 thoughts on “ Dont Hang Around Me Anymore - Don White - Star Of The WLS National Barn Dance (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. People wanted to see this show, the WLS studios couldn't hold them, so, they put the Barn Dance in the Eighth Street Theatre and 'charged sufficient admission price to pay the cost.' In the WLS Family Album of , they said at the time of printing, there had been Saturday nights and , people had paid admission - about 2, per show.
  2. [b]Yes it was the WLS barn dance and later names the National Barn Dance. WLS AM Radio was and I tthink still is a clear channel station hear all the way and was listend to in the southern states, I'm 77 and remember it well.[/b].
  3. the national barn dance at wisconsin state fair Air Date: (August 22, ) Plot: + NBC net, WLS, Chicago origination. Sponsored by: Alka-Seltzer, 1-A-Day Vitamins. The program originates from the Wisconsin State Fair, Milwaukee. A rare recording by .
  4. The Barn Dance was originated in Scotland in the 's. The barn dance was also known as the "Pas de Quartre" which basically was a generic term for American Folk dancing in rural communities or the "poor people's ballroom" of the eminnvigmethalra.gumermeicosabybasciluchemira.infoinfo has been said to have first reared its head at the Gaiety Theater when Meyer Lutz composed the tune "Pas de Quatre.".
  5. Narrated by Garrison Keillor, The Hayloft Gang: The Story of the National Barn Dance tells the story of a changing America through the lens of one of the nation's most popular country music radio shows during the s and 40s: the National Barn Dance. Broadcast every Saturday night on WLS-AM out of Chicago, the variety show unified rural Americans with its nostalgic brand of traditional folk.
  6. Oct 05,  · Don’t Go Into That Barn Lyrics: Don't go into that barn, yeah / Don't go into that barn, yeah / Black cellophane sky at midnite / Big blue moon with three gold rings / I called Champion to the.
  7. "The National Barn Dance Tribute Show" is a modernday re-creation of the original "WLS National Barn Dance;" one of the country's most popular - and longest running - radio programs. This tribute.
  8. National Barn Dance continued on WLS until before moving to WGN/Chicago, where it lasted until National Barn Dance was inducted into the Radio Hall of Fame in Museum of Broadcast Communications. North State Street, Chicago, IL, , United States ()

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