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Sunday, August 2, 2015

Remembering Lynn Anderson 1947 - 2015

Country music singer Lynn Anderson, who died Thursday at age 67, received a 1971 Grammy Award for Best Female Country Vocal Performance for her biggest hit, "Rose Garden", which reached #3 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 pop chart. To celebrate her life and career, I've selected some of her television performances for you to enjoy:

She performs "These Boots Are Made for Walkin'" on The Lawrence Welk Show on September 2, 1967, with guitarists Neil Levang and Buddy Merrill.

She performed "I've Been Everywhere" on The Lawrence Welk Show on January 27, 1968.

She performs her 1969 hit, "That's a No No", on Hee Haw.

She performs "Stay There 'Til I Get There" on Hee Haw on September 29, 1970.

She performs "Rose Garden" on the BBC series, Top of the Pops, in 1971.

She and Dolly Parton perform "Taking Care of Business" and "Dumb Blonde" on the syndicated series, Dolly!, on April 18, 1976.

She and Tom Jones perform "Don't Go Breaking My Heart" on NBC's The Midnight Special on December 17, 1976.

She is a guest star on ABC's Starsky and Hutch on March 12, 1977.

She performs "Right Time of the Night" on the final episode of ABC's The Brady Bunch Hour on May 25, 1977.

1 comment:

Jon said...

RIP Miss Anderson. Jx