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  • Mar 25, 1957
    Broadway performer and R&B artist Shorty Long portrays a theater-goer in an episode of CBS-TV's "I Love Lucy." Long played piano during the Elvis Presley session that yielded "Don't Be Cruel" and "Hound Dog"
    Apr 7, 1957
    Future country producer Jimmy Bowen sings "I'm Stickin' With You" on CBS-TV's "The Ed Sullivan Show." Also appearing are Fred Astaire, Buddy Knox and Ferlin Husky, who performs "Gone"
    Apr 8, 1957
    "Country Style," hosted by Jimmy Dean from the WTOP studios in Washington, D.C., debuts as a daytime program on CBS-TV, where it remains until December. The cast includes Billy Grammer
    May 11, 1957
    "True Love Ways" songwriter Buddy Holly auditions for the CBS-TV show "Arthur Godfrey's Talent Scouts" in New York. He is rejected out of hand
    Jun 16, 1957
    Rusty Draper guests on CBS-TV's "The Ed Sullivan Show," alongside Johnny Mathis, John Raitt and Polly Bergen
    Jun 22, 1957
    "The Jimmy Dean Show" makes its prime-time debut on CBS-TV 11 weeks after the network first started airing it as a six days-a-week daytime program
    Jun 30, 1957
    The Everly Brothers make their national TV debut, singing "Bye Bye Love" on "The Ed Sullivan Show," live from New York. Bonnie Guitar also appears on the CBS program, performing "Dark Moon"
    Jul 1, 1957
    CBS-TV reintroduces the sitcom "Those Whiting Girls" as a summer replacement series for "I Love Lucy." The show stars sometimes-country singer Margaret Whiting and her sister, Barbara
    Jul 2, 1957
    Spade Cooley and Sonny James are special guests on a country edition of CBS-TV's "The Spike Jones Show"
    Jul 14, 1957
    Marvin Rainwater sings "Gonna Find Me A Bluebird" on the CBS prime-time program "The Ed Sullivan Show"

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