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Lawrence Welk (* 11. März 1903 in Strasburg in North Dakota; † 17. Mai 1992 in Santa Monica) war ein US-amerikanischer Big Band Leader, der in den USA durch seine TV-Show bekannt war.

Welk wurde als Sohn eines Farmers mit deutschstämmigen (elsässischen) Wurzeln in North Dakota geboren. Zu Hause wurde deutsch gesprochen, englisch lernte er erst mit 21 Jahren, als er die Farm verließ um in Tanzbands zu… mehr erfahren



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  • Wunnerful Wunnerful...
  • Calcutta <3
  • don't miss "Blue Velvet, the Smitty Remix" ! Well worth a listen!
  • <><><><><><><><><><><> If you ever see the the repeats on PBS ...You will see the Great Grand Parents that made the great U.S. Great !!! World war I ...& on....The Great Nation it used to be... ....Parents that Read the Bible and lived it ...Loved each other ..kept there vows and the commandments ,,,,hard workers ........believed in values ,morales , discipline..........I know not progressive ... Sorry...
  • ''Because frankly, I'm tired of this Lawrence Welk shit.''
  • How can you NOT like these musicians .......... some GREAT horn work!!!!!!!!!I guess Ill take that 3 dollar offer from down bellow in the shouts! Thats a bargain!
  • great musician, unforgettable music for all time...<3
  • Heh, looks like's "fussy old lady" demographic is wanting >.>
  • When i was a kid in the 60's, my grandparents used to watch his TV show fairly regularly. the really messed up part is that I can still remember the lyrics to the end song ('Good night, sleep tight, and pleasant dreams to you'). I made a Welk reference to my 20-yo son, and he didn't know who I meant. Probably a good thing. :-)
  • I enjoyed hearing Lawrence Welk's version of The Woodchopper's Ball replayed on Musical Memories PBS television channel 39 Sunday night and really enjoyed the perky beat for my exercise routine, soooo have fingers crossed this channel will include Welk's version (better IMHO than others). I grew up in Welk's era, so still enjoy the (HeeHee also Elvis!) style..... <"CHANGE" doesn't always come easy Chad.;-)>

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