Half hour show featuring the Smoky Mountain Boys, square dancers and old fashioned Country music.
Episode from 1960:Show opens with the theme “Keep On The Sunnyside Of Life.” Time for some square dancing. Both segments are very short. Roy brings on fiddle player Robert Lewin and Roy sings about the cornfield. Next up The Wilburn Brothers with June Webb sing “I Take The Chance.” Commercial.
Back with the band, The Smoky Mountain Boys and dancers with “Gay Ranchero.” Time now for June to returns with “Hello Old Broken Heart.” Roy sings a song about the sinking of the Titanic, “It Was Sad When That Great Ship Went Down”. Commercial.
The banjo player plays and sings “The Great Roundup.” The Four Clefs do “Alexander’s Ragtime Band.” The Wilburn Brothers return with “Sparkling Brown Eyes.” Commercial.
The steel guitar player plays and sings “You Can’t Take The Country Out Of The Boy.” Roy and the band do the hymn “Life’s Railway To Heaven.” The show closes