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Lawrence Welk (March 11, 1903 – May 17, 1992) was a musician, accordion player, bandleader, and television impresario, hosting "The Lawrence Welk Show" from 1951 to 1982. His style came to be known to his large number of radio, television, and live-performance fans as "champagne music." He is a 1961 inductee of North Dakota's Roughrider Award. Contents

Lawrence was born in Strasburg, North Dakota, as one of nine children…

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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 ...how not progressive ... Sorry...
  • ''Because frankly, I'm tired of this Lawrence Welk shit.''
  • Check out "Baby Elephant Walk" if you think you can't stand Lawrence Welk. "Baby Elephant Walk" is quirky 1960s pop/jazz the same way the "Pink Panther Theme" is.
  • 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 last.fm'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. :-)

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