Episodes (49)

Episode #7.1
S07E01 · Episode #7.1

Sep 07, 1963

The Jaynetts sing "Sally Go 'Round the Roses." Neil Sedaka sings "The Dreamer."

Episode #7.2
S07E02 · Episode #7.2

Sep 14, 1963

Dion (singer Dion Di Muci) sings "Donna the Prima Donna." Major Lance sings "The Monkey Time."

Episode #7.3
S07E03 · Episode #7.3

Sep 21, 1963

Skeeter Davis sings "I Can't Stay Mad at You." Garnet Mimms sings "Cry Baby."

Episode #7.4
S07E04 · Episode #7.4

Sep 24, 1963

The Ronettes sing "Be My Baby." Bobby Rydell sings "Let's Make Love Tonight." Through an interpreter, Dick Clark interviews Russian teenager Igor Nikolaev, an acrobat currently touring the US with the Moscow Circus.

Episode #7.5
S07E05 · Episode #7.5

Oct 05, 1963

Dee Dee Sharp sings "Wild!" Linda Scott sings "Let's Fall in Love."

Episode #7.6
S07E06 · Episode #7.6

Oct 12, 1963

The Chiffons sing "A Love So Fine." Also, Dick Clark celebrates the 11th Anniversary of the Philadelphia version of "Bandstand." Clark is joined by audience members who danced on the premiere October 13, 1952 show.

Episode #7.7
S07E07 · Episode #7.7

Oct 19, 1963

Bill Anderson sings "8 X 10." Little Peggy March sings "Hello Heartache, Goodbye Love."

Episode #7.8
S07E08 · Episode #7.8

Oct 26, 1963

Freddy Cannon sings "That's The Way Girls Are." The Busters perform "Bust Out," an instrumental song.

Episode #7.9
S07E09 · Episode #7.9

Nov 02, 1963

Dale and Grace (Dale Houston and Grace Broussard) sing "I'm Leaving it Up to You." Wayne Newton sings "Shirl Girl."

Episode #7.10
S07E10 · Episode #7.10

Nov 09, 1963

Gene Pitney sings "Twenty Four Hours From Tulsa." Sunny and The Sunglows perform "Talk to Me."

Episode #7.11
S07E11 · Episode #7.11

Nov 16, 1963

Bobby Bare sings "500 Miles (Away From Home)." Brian Hyland sings "Let Us Make Our Own Mistakes."

Dick Clark's Celebrity Party
S07E12 · Dick Clark's Celebrity Party

Nov 30, 1963

A celebrity party taped at Bob Marcucci's home. Musical performances by Annette Funicello, Nino Tempo and April Stevens, Donna Loren, The Challengers, Dick and Dee Dee, and Trini Lopez. Dick Clark chats with celebrity party-goers.

Episode #7.13
S07E13 · Episode #7.13

Dec 07, 1963

Neil Sedaka sings "Bad Girl." Vito and The Salutations, a vocal quartet, sing "Unchained Melody."

Episode #7.14
S07E14 · Episode #7.14

Dec 21, 1963

Chubby Checker sings "Loddy Lo." Donald Jenkins, of Donald Jenkins and The Delighters, sings "Adios (My Secret Love)."

Episode #7.15
S07E15 · Episode #7.15

Jan 04, 1964

Shirley Ellis sings "The Nitty Gritty." Steve Wahrer (singer and drummer of the Trashmen) performs "Surfin' Bird."

Episode #7.16
S07E16 · Episode #7.16

Jan 11, 1964

The Crystals sing "Little Boy." Freddy Cannon sings "Abigail Beecher."

Episode #7.17
S07E17 · Episode #7.17

Jan 18, 1964

Jimmy Clanton sings "Red Don't Go with Blue." Major Lance sings "Um, Um, Um, Um, Um, Um."

Episode #7.18
S07E18 · Episode #7.18

Jan 25, 1964

Dee Dee Sharp sings "Where Did I Go Wrong?" Bobby Vinton sings "There. I've Said it Again."

Episode #7.19
S07E19 · Episode #7.19

Feb 01, 1964

Final Philadelphia show. Linda Scott sings "Who's Been Sleeping in My Bed?" Johnny Tillotson performs "Worried Guy."

Episode #7.20
S07E20 · Episode #7.20

Feb 08, 1964

American Bandstand moves to California. Dick and Dee Dee sing "All My Trials." Jackie DeShannon sings "Oh Boy."

Episode #7.21
S07E21 · Episode #7.21

Feb 15, 1964

Bobby Vee sings "Stranger in Your Arms." And, for the first time on American Bandstand, a Salute to the Beatles.

Episode #7.22
S07E22 · Episode #7.22

Feb 22, 1964

Shelley Fabares sings "Football Season's Over." Jody Miller sings "He Walks Like A Man."

Episode #7.23
S07E23 · Episode #7.23

Feb 29, 1964

Wayne Newton sings "I'm Looking Over A Four-Leaf Clover." Round Robin performs "Slauson Town."

Episode #7.24
S07E24 · Episode #7.24

Mar 07, 1964

Johnny Crawford sings "Sandy." The Rip Chords perform "Hey Little Cobra"

Episode #7.25
S07E25 · Episode #7.25

Mar 14, 1964

Bob Braun sings "Sweet Violets." April Stevens and Nino Tempo sing "Stardust."

Episode #7.26
S07E26 · Episode #7.26

Mar 21, 1964

Betty Everett sings "The Shoop Shoop Song (It's in His Kiss)." Trini Lopez performs "Jailer, Bring Me Water."

Episode #7.27
S07E27 · Episode #7.27

Mar 28, 1964

Terry Stafford sings "Suspicion." The Pyramids (surf band from Long Beach, CA) perform "Penetration."

Episode #7.28
S07E28 · Episode #7.28

Apr 04, 1964

Sam Cooke sings "(Ain't That) Good News?" Bobby Rydell sings "Make Me Forget."

Episode #7.29
S07E29 · Episode #7.29

Apr 11, 1964

The Dovells perform "One Potato, Two Potato." John Andrea sings "Cathy Can I Take You Home?"

Episode #7.30
S07E30 · Episode #7.30

Apr 18, 1964

The Beach Boys perform "Don't Worry Baby." And, for the second time on AB, a Salute to the Beatles. Tribute includes footage of their Feb. 7, 1964 arrival, and press conference, at JFK airport. The studio audience dances to Beatles records.

Episode #7.31
S07E31 · Episode #7.31

Apr 25, 1964

Jackie DeShannon sings "Oh Boy." Duane Eddy performs "Guitar Child" (with hand puppets, operated by Dick Clark and Charlie O'Donnell, miming the backup singers' vocals).

Episode #7.32
S07E32 · Episode #7.32

May 02, 1964

The Bermudas (female vocal trio) sing "Donnie." Freddy Cannon sings "Odie Cologne."

Episode #7.33
S07E33 · Episode #7.33

May 09, 1964

Dusty Springfield sings "Stay Awhile." Round Robin sings "Kick that Little Foot, Sally Ann."

Episode #7.34
S07E34 · Episode #7.34

May 16, 1964

Jan and Dean perform "Dead Man's Curve." Mike Clifford sings "All the Colors of the Rainbow (Turn to Blue)."

Episode #7.35
S07E35 · Episode #7.35

May 23, 1964

Marvin Gaye sings "Try It Baby." The Rip Chords perform "Three Window Coupe."

Episode #7.36
S07E36 · Episode #7.36

May 30, 1964

Don Grady (from "My Three Sons") sings "A Broken Heart Knows Better." Nino Tempo and April Stevens sing "Honeysuckle Rose."

Episode #7.37
S07E37 · Episode #7.37

Jun 06, 1964

Brenda Holloway sings "Every Little Bit Hurts." Roosevelt "Rosey" Grier (of The Los Angeles Rams) sings "Fool, Fool, Fool."

Episode #7.38
S07E38 · Episode #7.38

Jun 13, 1964

Jimmie Rodgers sings "The World I Used to Know." Dennis Provisor (as Denny Provisor) performs "Mickey Mouse."

Episode #7.39
S07E39 · Episode #7.39

Jun 20, 1964

Wayne Newton sings "Only You." The American Beetles (band from West Palm Beach, Florida) perform "School Days."

Episode #7.40
S07E40 · Episode #7.40

Jun 27, 1964

The Paris Sisters sing "Dream Lover."

Episode #7.41
S07E41 · Episode #7.41

Jul 04, 1964

A Salute to Elvis Presley. The studio audience dances to Elvis records.

Episode #7.42
S07E42 · Episode #7.42

Jul 11, 1964

Johnny Rivers performs "Memphis." Roger Miller performs "Dang Me."

Episode #7.43
S07E43 · Episode #7.43

Jul 18, 1964

Terry Stafford sings "I'll Touch A Star." Bobby Freeman sings "C'mon and Swim."

Episode #7.44
S07E44 · Episode #7.44

Jul 25, 1964

American Bandstand's 3rd Salute to the Beatles. Scenes from the Beatles' upcoming movie, "A Hard Day's Night," are presented. As with the previous two tributes, the studio audience dances to Beatles' records.

Episode #7.45
S07E45 · Episode #7.45

Aug 01, 1964

The Premieres perform "Farmer John." Dale and Grace (Dale Houston and Grace Broussard) sing "Darling, It's Wonderful."

Episode #7.46
S07E46 · Episode #7.46

Aug 08, 1964

Little Richard performs "Bama Lama Bama Loo." Rene and Rene (Latin pop duo, René Ornelas and René Herrera) sing "Angelito." Singer-actor Fabian (Fabian Forte) is interviewed.

Episode #7.47
S07E47 · Episode #7.47

Aug 15, 1964

American Bandstand's 7th Anniversary Show. Clips from past shows include Bandstand's Roaring '20's gala (1960), a Funhouse show (1961), and a skating party (1961). Actress Susan Seaforth presents Dick Clark with a cake containing 7 candles.

Episode #7.48
S07E48 · Episode #7.48

Aug 22, 1964

Major Lance sings "Rhythm." Jan and Dean perform "Sidewalk Surfin'" (with Dean demonstrating a few skateboard tricks). Dick Clark interviews Fabian (singer-actor Fabian Forte).

Episode #7.49
S07E49 · Episode #7.49

Aug 29, 1964

The Standells perform "Help Yourself." Irma Thomas sings "Anyone Who Knows What Love Is (Will Understand)."


American Bandstand (also know as Bandstand) Season 7 (1963) is released on Sep 07, 1963 and the latest season 32 of American Bandstand is released in 1989. Watch American Bandstand online - the English Music TV series from United States. American Bandstand is directed by Ed Yates,Kip Walton,Barry Glazer,Hal Galli and created by Charles Isaacs with Dick Clark and Charlie O'Donnell.

On this show, Dick Clark a weekly dance that featured the latest hit music for attending to dance to. In addition, the show had performances by popular musicians and audience members rated songs.

As know as:

Bandstand, AB, VH1's Best of American Bandstand, Bandstand, Dick Clark's American Bandstand


United States



Production Companies:

WFIL Philadelphia, American Broadcasting Company (ABC), USA Network

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