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  • Apr 6, 1963
    The Mel Tillis-penned "Mary Don't You Weep" is performed by Bob Gibson, The Limeliters and the rest of the guests as the finale for ABC-TV's premiere of the folk music show "Hootenanny"
    Apr 20, 1963
    The Carter Family appears on ABC-TV's "Hootenanny," joining with the entire cast on the closing number, "Goodnight Irene"
    Sep 14, 1963
    Hoping to end a boycott by major folk artists, ABC invites "Gotta Travel On" songwriter Pete Seeger to appear on "Hootenanny." When the network demands he sign an oath of loyalty to the U.S., he declines and the boycott continues
    Sep 28, 1963
    The Dillards appear on the ABC folk music show "Hootenanny"
    Oct 5, 1963
    Johnny Cash guests on ABC-TV's "Hootenanny"
    Oct 12, 1963
    Eddy Arnold guests on ABC-TV's "Hootenanny"
    Nov 2, 1963
    Hoyt Axton and Anita Carter appear on ABC's "Hootenanny"
    Dec 14, 1963
    Eddy Arnold performs "Cool Water" and "Red River Valley" on ABC's "Hootenanny." Also appearing is "But You Know I Love You" songwriter Mike Settle
    Dec 21, 1963
    Jimmie Rodgers appears on ABC's Saturday night folk music show "Hootenanny"
    Jan 11, 1964
    Johnny Cash sings "Busted" and "Five Feet High And Rising" on ABC's "Hootenanny." He also joins the rest of the cast--including Bob Gibson and The Coventry Singers--in the finale, Bob Dylan's "Blowin' In The Wind"




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