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  • Jan 3, 1966
    Tennessee Ernie Ford and Connie Francis guest on NBC's "The Andy Williams Show"
    Jan 10, 1966
    Leslie Uggams and Barry McGuire do a Roger Miller medley on NBC's "Hullabaloo." They string together "England Swings," "You Don't Want My Love," "Do-Wacka-Do," "You Can't Rollerskate In A Buffalo Herd," "Chug-A-Lug," "Engine Engine #9" and "King Of The Road"
    Jan 17, 1966
    The Everly Brothers make an appearance on the NBC music show "Hullabaloo." Hosted by Trini Lopez, it also features The Vogues performing the future Hal Ketchum hit "Five O'Clock World"
    Jan 19, 1966
    King of the tube: Roger Miller hosts an NBC-TV special, the first color 30-minute special in the network's history. Miller covers "King Of The Road," and the show leads directly to Miller hosting a weekly network series
    Mar 21, 1966
    Bobby Goldsboro appears on NBC's "Hullabaloo." The Bobby Fuller Four also performs the Sonny Curtis-penned "I Fought The Law"
    Apr 7, 1966
    Dean Martin sings the Ted Daffan standard "Born To Lose" while hosting the NBC variety series "The Dean Martin Show." Guests for the week include Lanie Kazan and The Righteous Brothers
    Apr 7, 1966
    NBC airs "Highlights Of The 1966 Ringling Brothers, Barnum & Bailey Circus," hosted by Roy Rogers & Dale Evans
    Apr 21, 1966
    Roger Miller and Patti Page make guest appearances on NBC-TV's "The Dean Martin Show," where Miller and Martin duet on "King Of The Road"
    Apr 24, 1966
    Burl Ives joins Florence Henderson and John Gary in the lineup for the week's edition of "The Bell Telephone Hour" on NBC
    Jul 4, 1966
    "Swingin' Country," a daytime country showcase, debuts on NBC. The weekday program features Rusty Draper, Roy Clark and Molly Bee

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