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  • Feb 8, 1970
    Bobby Goldsboro sings "Everybody's Talkin'" on CBS-TV's "The Ed Sullivan Show." Boots Randolph, Chet Atkins and Floyd Cramer also deliver a Hank Williams medley: "I Can't Help It (If I'm Still In Love With You)," "Jambalaya" and "I Saw The Light"
    Mar 29, 1970
    Bobbie Gentry sings "Ode To Billie Joe" for soldiers in a V.A. hospital on CBS' "The Ed Sullivan Show." Buck Owens, the host of CBS' "Hee Haw," performs "Tall Dark Stranger" and "Act Naturally." The evening's lineup also includes Gladys Knight
    Apr 5, 1970
    Roy Rogers and Dale Evans appear on "The Ed Sullivan Show," performing a patriotic medley that includes "God Bless America." George Hamilton is also on the program, with a seven-song Hank Williams medley
    May 10, 1970
    Sonny James performs "My Love" and "Waterloo" on "The Ed Sullivan Show." The evening also features The Jackson 5, Don Rickles and pianist Roger Williams, who does an Irving Berlin medley
    Oct 11, 1970
    Loretta Lynn sings "You Ain't Woman Enough" and "Coal Miner's Daughter" on CBS' "The Ed Sullivan Show," while Sonny James contributes "Endlessly" and "Tennessee Waltz." Also appearing are Archie Campbell and the Grand Ole Opry dance troop The Stoney Mountain Cloggers
    Nov 1, 1970
    Roy Clark performs his current hit, "Thank God And Greyhound," on CBS' "The Ed Sullivan Show." The evening also features Bobbie Gentry, R&B singer Melba Moore and comedian Richard Pryor
    Nov 8, 1970
    Hank Williams Jr. sings "All For The Love Of Sunshine" on the prime-time CBS offering "The Ed Sullivan Show." Among the other guests: The Carpenters and The Four Tops, who offer "It's All In The Game"
    Nov 15, 1970
    Joe South, Tommy Roe and Billy Joe Royal join forces to sing "Games People Play" on "The Ed Sullivan Show." The song was a 1969 country hit for Freddy Weller
    Nov 22, 1970
    Minnie Pearl and Jeannie C. Riley appear in New York on CBS-TV's "The Ed Sullivan Show." Merle Haggard, who had been scheduled, refused to perform when producers asked him to do a dance number celebrating "Oklahoma"
    Nov 29, 1970
    Buck Owens sings "Bridge Over Troubled Water" on "The Ed Sullivan Show"

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