The Porter Wagoner Show Guest Archie Campbell 1962!The Porter Wagoner Show was a syndicated musical variety show filmed in Nashville, Tennessee, from 1961 to 1980. It was one of the longest running, most influential, and most successful country music television shows of the late twentieth century.
In 1960 the Chattanooga Medicine Company launched a syndicated country music television show, named for its host as The Porter Wagoner Show. The program premiered on September 14, 1961. A typical show featured eight songs along with endorsement spots for products made by the Chattanooga Medicine Company. In 1972 the show became the first television program to be filmed at the television studios at Opryland. At its peak, the show was aired in nearly one hundred markets and was viewed by over three million people.
The Porter Wagoner Show Guest Archie Campbell 1962
Porter Wagoner plays – ‘Sugarfoot Rag’
Norma Jean – ‘Just Like I Knew’
Archie Campbell – ‘Black Is The Color Of My True Love’s Hair/Eleven Red Roses/Make Friends’ (medley)
Porter Wagoner – ‘I Thought I Heard You Call My Name’
Benny Williams – ‘Dear Old Dixie’ (instrumental/banjo)
Archie Campbell – ‘Trouble In The Amen Corner’ (gospel)