The Glen Campbell Music Show

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The Glen Campbell Music Show
Glen Campbell Music Show.jpg
Opening shot of episode 22 of The Glen Campbell Music Show: Glen Campbell performing "Saturday Night"
Genre Music Television Series
Written by Rod Warren
Directed by Bob Henry
Presented by Glen Campbell
Starring Glen Campbell, Caledonia, guests
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 25 (including 1981 pilot)
Production
Executive producer(s) Pierre Cossette
Producer(s) Bob Henry
Camera setup Multi-Camera
Running time 30 minutes
Production company(s) Gaylord Entertainment Television, The Glen Campbell Company
Distributor Research Video, Inc. CLIP LICENSING www.researchvideo.com
Broadcast
Picture format NTSC (480i)
Audio format Stereophonic
Original run September 18, 1982 (1982-09-18) – 1983 (1983)

The Glen Campbell Music Show was a syndicated US music television series presented by singer/guitarist Glen Campbell. In 1981 a pilot episode was broadcast. The regular series which followed ran for one season, from September 1982 until 1983.

Cast[edit]

  • Glen Campbell (host) - vocals, acoustic and electric guitars, bagpipes
  • Caledonia (band)
    • Kim Darigan - Bass guitar and bass fiddle
    • Craig Fall - Vocals, guitar, organ, keyboards
    • Steve Hardin - Vocals, organ, harmonica, synthesizer, piano
    • Carl Jackson - Vocals, guitar, banjo, fiddle, mandolin
    • T.J. Kuenster - Vocals, acoustic and electric pianos
    • Steve Turner - Vocals, drums, percussion

Episodes[edit]

Number U.S. air date Guests Songs
pilot 1981 Sheena Easton "You Could Have Been with Me"
Sheena Easton
"Rhinestone Cowboy"
"Rollin' in My Sweet Baby's Arms"
"I Love My Truck"
"The Battle of New Orleans"
"Mull of Kintyre"
1 18-Sep-82 The Smothers Brothers "Don't Think Twice, It's All Right"
comedy monologue
The Smothers Brothers
"John Henry"
comedy monologue
The Smothers Brothers
"Blowin' in the Wind"
Glen Campbell & The Smothers Brothers
"Arkansas"
"The Last Thing on My Mind"
2 25-Sep-82 Mel Tillis "Hey Good Lookin'"
"Lovesick Blues"
"Heart to Heart Talk"
Mel Tillis
"I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry"
"Detroit City"
Glen Campbell & Mel Tillis
"Kaw-Liga"
"I Saw the Light"
Glen Campbell & Mel Tillis
3 2-Oct-82 Terri Gibbs "Ashes to Ashes"
Terri Gibbs
"Somebody's Knockin'"
Glen Campbell & Terri Gibbs
"Don't Pull Your Love/Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye"
"Blues (My Naughty Sweetie Gives to Me)"
"On the Wings of My Victory"
"Galveston/Country Boy" (medley)
4 9-Oct-82 Chuck Mangione,
Gerald & Shorty Campbell
"Highwayman"
"Bonaparte's Retreat"
"Steppin' Out" (instr.)
Chuck Mangione
"Wichita Lineman"
"Land of Make Believe"
Glen Campbell & Chuck Mangione
"I Can't Stand This Loneliness"
Glen, Gerald & Shorty Campbell
"Old Hometown"
5 16-Oct-82 Leo Sayer "Raining in My Heart"
Leo Sayer
"When I Need You"
Glen Campbell & Leo Sayer
"More Than I Can Say"
Glen Campbell & Leo Sayer
"Farther Along"
Glen Campbell & Leo Sayer
"Oh Boy"
"Don't Loose Me in the Confusion"
"I Love How You Love Me"
6 23-Oct-82 The Righteous Brothers "Rollin'"
"Tico-Tico" (instr.)
"You've Lost That Lovin' Feeling/Soul and Inspiration" (medley)
The Righteous Brothers
"She's My Baby"
Glen Campbell & The Righteous Brothers
"True Grit"
"An American Trilogy"
7 30-Oct-82 Billy Preston "Never Gonna Say Goodbye"
Billy Preston
"Nothing from Nothing"
Glen Campbell & Billy Preston
"When Can Brown Begin"
Glen Campbell & Billy Preston
"Try a Little Kindness"
"Texas (When I Die)"
"Burning Bridges"
8 6-Nov-82 Roger Miller "King of the Road"
Roger Miller
"In the Summertime/Dang Me/England Swings" (medley)
Glen Campbell & Roger Miller
"Southern Nights"
"Goin' Back to Alabam"
"By the Time I Get to Phoenix"
"It's Your World (Boys and Girls)"
9 13-Nov-82 Henry Mancini "Baby Elephant Walk" (instr.)
Glen Campbell & Henry Mancini
"Days of Wine and Roses"
Glen Campbell & Henry Mancini
"All His Children"
Glen Campbell & Henry Mancini
"Moon River"
"Salty Dog Blues"
"Please Come to Boston"
10 20-Nov-82 Willie Nelson "On the Road Again"
Glen Campbell & Willie Nelson
"Always on My Mind"
Willie Nelson
"Just to Satisfy You"
Glen Campbell & Willie Nelson
"Mammas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys"
Glen Campbell & Willie Nelson
"Crazy"
"Old Friends"
Glen Campbell, Willie Nelson, Roger Miller
"Uncloudy Day"
Glen Campbell, Willie Nelson, Roger Miller
11 27-Nov-82 Rita Coolidge "Words"
Rita Coolidge
"Something 'Bout You Baby I Like"
Glen Campbell & Rita Coolidge
"Show Me That You Love Me"
Glen Campbell & Rita Coolidge
"Orange Blossom Special"
Caledonia
"Ruth"
"I Believe"
12 4-Dec-82 B.J. Thomas "A Few Good Men"
"New Looks from an Old Lover"
B.J. Thomas
"I Remember You"
"Raindrops Keep Fallin' on My Head"
Glen Campbell & B.J. Thomas
"Hang On Baby (Ease My Mind)"
"Amazing Grace"
Glen Campbell & B.J. Thomas
13 11-Dec-82 Johnny Mathis "When It's Over"
Johnny Mathis
"You Will Not Lose"
Glen Campbell & Johnny Mathis
"(Sittin' on) The Dock of the Bay"
"Wonderful, Wonderful"
"Chances Are"
"Chariots of Fire" (instr.)
14 18-Dec-82 Jerry Reed "East Bound and Down"
Glen Campbell & Jerry Reed
"After the Glitter Fades"
"She Got the Goldmine (I Got the Shaft)"
Jerry Reed
"Guitar Man"
Glen Campbell & Jerry Reed
"Poison Love"
Glen Campbell & Jerry Reed
"Amos Moses"
Glen Campbell & Jerry Reed
"A Thing Called Love"
Glen Campbell, Jerry Reed, Carl Jackson
"Mule Skinner Blues"
Glen Campbell & Jerry Reed
15 25-Dec-82 Emmylou Harris,
Glen's parents
"My Song Bird"
Emmylou Harris
"Cheatin' Is"
Glen Campbell & Emmylou Harris
"On My Mind"
Glen Campbell, Emmylou Harris, Carl Jackson
"That Silver-haired Daddy of Mine"
Glen Campbell & Glen's Parents
"Gone at Last"
"Time in a Bottle"
"Detour"
16 1-Jan-83 Lacy J. Dalton,
Gerald & Shorty Campbell
"16th Avenue"
Lacy J. Dalton
"Let It Be"
Glen Campbell & Lacy J. Dalton
"I Want to Be Wanted"
Glen, Gerald & Shorty Campbell
"Blackbird"
Glen Campbell & Carl Jackson
"Eight Days a Week"
"With a Little Help from My Friends"
"Yesterday"
17 8-Jan-83 Ray Stevens,
Taffy McElroy
"Proud Mary"
"My Window Faces the South"
"Leo Lady"
Ray Stevens
"Misty"
Glen Campbell & Ray Stevens
"You Can Always Count on Me"
Taffy McElroy
"Everything Is Beautiful"
Glen Campbell & Ray Stevens
18 15-Jan-83 Andrae Crouch "Question"
"Morning Has Broken"
"Finally"
Andrae Crouch
"Fire on the Sea"
Glen Campbell & T.J. Kuenster
"Peace Train"
Glen Campbell & Andrae Crouch
"The Last Free Man"
19 22-Jan-83 Tammy Wynette "Stand by Your Man"
Glen Campbell & Tammy Wynette
"My Song"
"Another Chance"
Tammy Wynette
"You and Me"
"My Elusive Dreams"Glen Campbell & Tammy Wynette
"I Knew Jesus (Before He Was a Star)"
20 29-Jan-83 The Statler Brothers "Sunflower"
"Sweet Baby James"
"Child of the Fifties"
The Statler Brothers
"Milk Cow Blues"
"Flowers on the Wall"
Glen Campbell & The Statler Brothers
"Faithless Love"
21 5-Feb-83 Air Supply "Reachin' for the Sky"
"Young Love"
Air Supply
"Bloodline"
"Even the Nights Are Better"
Glen Campbell & Air Supply
"Somebody's Trying to Tell You Something"
22 12-Feb-83 Jimmy Webb "Saturday Night"
Glen Campbell & Jimmy Webb
"Ocean in His Eyes"
"Easy for You to Say"
Jimmy Webb
"MacArthur Park"
Glen Campbell & Jimmy Webb
"Till God Comes Back Again (Old Wing Mouth)"
Glen Campbell & Jimmy Webb
23 19-Feb-83 Andy Williams "This Land is Your Land"
Glen Campbell & Andy Williams
"Down in the Valley"
"Regrets"
Andy Williams
"Hollywood"
"Canadian Sunset"
Glen Campbell & Andy Williams
"My Country"
24 26-Feb-83 Ronnie Milsap,
Sandi Brink
"Mountain Music"
"Nine Pound Hammer"
"Inside"
Ronnie Milsap
"The Sweetest Thing (I've Ever Known)"
Glen Campbell & Sandi Brink
"(There's) No Gettin' Over Me"
Glen Campbell & Ronnie Milsap
"In the Pines"
Glen Campbell, Carl Jackson, Steve Hardin, Kim Darigan

Production[edit]

  • Executive producer - Pierre Cossette
  • Producer/director - Bob Henry
  • Associate Producer - Roger Adams
  • Associate Director - Paula Burr
  • Producer Assistant - Gail Purse
  • Musical director - T.J. Kuenster
  • Writer - Rod Warren
  • Costume Supervisor - Bill Belew
  • Talent Coordinator - Tisha Fein
  • Production Designer - Rene Lagler
  • Production Coordinator - Ron Andreassen
  • Production Assistant - Syngehilde Schweikart
  • Production Associates - Keith Henry, Joel Valentincic
  • Unit Manager - Tim Stevens
  • Technical Director - Karl Messerschmidt
  • Lighting - Olin Younger
  • Audio - Joe Ralston
  • Video Tape Editors - Andy Zall, Kevin Fernan
  • Stage Managers - Steve Burgess, Vince Poxon
  • Production Executive - Dee Brantlinger
  • A production of Gaylord Entertainment Television and The Glen Campbell Company

The Glen Campbell Video Collection[edit]

Two episodes of The Glen Campbell Music Show were released on video in 1990.

Title Episode Year of release
The Glen Campbell Music Show
with Special Guest Star: Roger Miller
8 1990
The Glen Campbell Music Show
with Special Guest Star: Willie Nelson
10 1990

See also[edit]

The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour

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