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#13178: ARTHUR MURRAY PARTY, THE
1957-05-07, NBC, 4 min.
Guy Mitchell, Arthur Murray, Kathryn Murray, Alan Freed

July 20th, 1950-September 7th, 1950 (ABC)
October 15th, 1950-March 11th, 1951 (Dumont Network)
April 2nd, 1951-June 25th, 1951 (ABC)
September 19th-May 11th, 1952 (ABC)
July 11th 1952-August 29th, 1952 (CBS)
October 12th, 1952-April 26th, 1953 (Dumont Network)
June 28th, 1953-October 4th, 1953 (CBS0
October 12th, 1953-April 12th, 1954 (NBC)
June 15th, 1954-September 14th, 1954 9NBC)
June 28th, 1955-September 13th, 1955 (NBC)
April 5th, 1956-September 27th, 1956 (CBS)
April 9th, 1957-September 16th, 1957 (NBC)
September 29th, 1958-September 6th, 1960 (NBC)

The Arthur Murray Party was one of a handful of shows broadcast on all four major commercial television networks during the 1950s. Ballroom dancing was the theme of the show each week. Mostly a summer replacement series, it featured guests who performed comedy sketches and songs. Each show featured ballroom dancing contests. Arthur Murray's wife, Kathryn Murray was the show's host.   

In this episode, the guests are Rock and Roll DJ Alan Freed and singer Guy Mitchell who sings "Rock-A-Billy-Rock."                                            
#13180: ROCK AND ROLL REVUE STARRING ALAN FREED, THE
1957-05-11, ABC, 11 min.
Andy Williams, Edie Adams, Edith Adams, Alan Freed, Lillian Briggs, Sam The Man Taylor, Charlie Gracie, Alan Freed Orchestra, Jimmy Bown and the Rhythm Orchids

Alan Freed's guests are Edith Adams, Andy Williams, and Lillian Briggs. 

This SPECIAL ABC TV broadcast is the second of his two half-hour Rock'N' Roll Reviews. Freed conducts the orchestra.

All Excerpts of songs performed:
-Jimmy Bowen and the Rhythum Orchids: "Be Bop I Love You, Baby."
-Lillian Briggs: "I Want You To Be My Baby."
-Edith Adams: "He Don't Want To Be Kissed."
-Charlie Gracie: "Fabulous."
-Edith Adams sings a medley of the best  of Rock 'N' Roll with the Alan Freed Orchestra, including, 
"I'm Hoping That You Come Back To Me,"
"I'm All Shook Up,"
"Party Doll."

NOTE: This television audio air check from ATA was donated to The Library of Congress, who requested having a copy, on December 29, 2009. 

Host: Alan Freed                                                                
#13355: ALAN FREED ROCK AND ROLL WABC RADIO SHOW
1959-07-13, WABC, 11 min.
Alan Freed

Radio disc jockey Alan Freed plays the top hits of the day on his WABC radio  Rock 'n Roll iconic radio show, 770AM.  His daily program would air from 7:30pm to 11pm. 

Final 11 minutes recorded which include some song introductions by Freed, and his signature sign off the air.                                  
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