A LAWRENCE WELK FAMILY CHRISTMAS

PBS special filmed in Branson - Dec. 1995

"Happy Holidays"

Mary Lou, Jack, Norma, Ken, Anacani, Joe, Jo Ann, Tom, the Lennon Sisters, Guy, Elaine, Bobby

"The Carol of the Bells"

Mary Lou, Jack, Norma, Ken, Anacani, Joe, Jo Ann, Tom, the Lennon Sisters, Guy, Elaine, Bobby

"Itís the Most Wonderful Time of the Year"

Tom Netherton

"Iíll Be Home for Christmas"

Tom Netherton

Medley: The Christmas Song/ Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas

The 4 Lennon Sisters

"Winter Wonderland"

sung and danced by Mary Lou Metzger & Jack Imel

"Santa Claus Is Coming to Town"

Jo Ann Castle and chorus boys

"The Skatersí Waltz - Boogie Style"

Jo Ann Castle at the honky tonk piano

"Waltz"

danced by Bobby Burgess & Elaine Balden, also Bobbyís daughter Becky

"The Star Carol"

The 4 Lennon Sisters with daughters Dee Dee, Betsy, Jennie, Kristin and the string section

"Tis Love Thatís Born Tonight"

Guy Hovis

"It Came Upon a Midnight Clear"

Anacani

Medley:

        "Oh, What a Beautiful City"

 

Elaine,Bobby, Dianne, Peggy, Joe, Janet, Kathy, Jack, Jo Ann, Ken, Mary Lou, Tom

      "Away in a Manger"

GuyHovis

      "What Child Is This?"

Anacani

      "Sweet Little Jesus Boy"

Tom Netherton

      "The Hallelujah Chorus"

the entire cast

"Sleigh Ride"

Jack Imel on the marimba

"Jingle Bells Medley"

The Osmond Brothers

Medley: Itís Beginning to Look a Lot like Christmas/ Pine Cones, Candies

 

The Lennon Sisters & the Osmond Brothers

"JingleBell Rock"

danced by Bobby Burgess & Elaine Balden

"White Christmas"

Ken Delo

"Jesu Bambino/ Oh Come All Ye Faithful"

Lori Gier

"O Holy Night"

Joe Feeney & his son Chris

Medley: Jingle Bells/ Home for the Holidays/ We Need a Little Christmas/ Over the River & Through  the Woods

the entire cast, including the Lennon Daughters and the new cast members

"May Every Day Be Christmas Day"

The Lennon Brothers & Gail Lennon

"The First Noel"

The Lennon children

"Silent Night"

Kathy & Janet Lennon and John Bšhler

"Hark! The Herald Angels Sing/ Adeste Fideles"

trombone and trumpet sections

"How Great Thou Art"

Joe Feeney