+ Fredrick Malcolm Waring (June 9, 1900 – July 29, 1984) was a popular musician, bandleader and radio-television personality, sometimes referred to as "America's Singing Master" and "The Man Who Taught America How to Sing." He was also a promoter, financial backer and eponym of the Waring Blendor, the first modern electric blender on the market.-WikiPedia Click here to read more about Fred Waring Show, The
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Please enjoy these 28 old time radio episodes:
|12.22.1948||a christmas song medley||
+ Blue Network. Sponsored by: Owens-Illinois Glass. The first tune is, "Jingle Bells." A Christmas p...
|10.28.1947||first song a rumba numba||
+ Sponsored by: American Meat Institute. The program originates from the Eighth Street Theatre, Ch...
|06.23.1947||first song anitras dance||
+ The broadcast originates from Shawnee-On-The-Delaware, Pennsylvania. The first tune is, "Anitra'...
|08.18.1947||first song blue skies||
+ The program originates from Radio City, Don Craig substitutes for Fred. The first tune is, "Blue...
|11.02.1944||first song buckle down winsocki|
|06.24.1947||first song country style|
|12.27.1948||first song holiday||
+ Sponsored by: Old Gold ("Honey Smooth"). The first tune is, "The Scalp Song."
|08.04.1947||first song i feel a song coming||
+ The broadcast originates from Worthington Hall, Shawnee-On-The-Delaware, Pennsylvania. The first...
|08.25.1947||first song japanese sandman||
+ The program originates from Radio City, Don Craig substituting for Fred. The first tune is, "Jap...
|12.29.1948||first song lime house blues|
|06.08.1948||first song man on the carousel||
+ Blue net origination, AFRS rebroadcast. The first tune is, "Take Me In Your Arms." A long medley f...
|12.13.1948||first song morning songs||
+ WABC, New York City aircheck. Sponsored by: Old Gold. The program originates from Carnegie Hall, ...
|12.20.1948||first song one sunday afternoon||
+ , AFRS rebroadcast. The first tune is, "One Sunday Afternoon."
|09.08.1947||first song shadrack||
+ The first tune is, "Shadrach." Don Craig substitutes for Fred.
|10.15.1947||first song shawnee||
+ The first tune is, "Shawnee." Uncle Lumpy tells the story of, "Little Orley and The Ivy." Memori...
|09.23.1947||first song stanley steamer||
+ Sponsored by: The American Meat Institute. The first tune is, "The Stanley Steamer." Many of the ...
|12.15.1948||first song twas the night before christmas||
+ "Little Bo Peep" and "The Night Before Christmas."
|N/A||first song balalaika|
|N/A||first song buckle down winsocki|
|N/A||first song look out below|
|N/A||first song pickle can preserve|
|N/A||first song stars and stripes forever|
|N/A||first song surrey with the fringe on top|
|N/A||first song were going home|
|N/A||first song were on our way|
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