Episodes (53)

Episode #14.1
S14E01 · Episode #14.1

Sep 05, 1970

Gary Puckett sings "Shimmering Eyes" and "Do You Really Have a Heart?" Folksinger-actor Bert Sommer performs "We're All Playing In The Same Band."

Episode #14.2
S14E02 · Episode #14.2

Sep 12, 1970

David Cassidy sings "I Think I Love You," and introduces a clip from his upcoming TV series "The Partridge Family" which premieres September 25, 1970. Ray Peterson sings "The Wonder of You" and "Oklahoma City Times."

Episode #14.3
S14E03 · Episode #14.3

Sep 19, 1970

Bill Cowsill, formerly of The Cowsills, performs "The Shoop Shoop Song" and "When Everybody's Here." Bobby Bloom sings "Montego Bay" and "This Thing I've Gotten Into."

Episode #14.4
S14E04 · Episode #14.4

Sep 26, 1970

The Osmond Brothers perform "Movin' Along," "Flirtin,'" and an "I'm Gonna Make You Love Me"/"Can't Get Next to You" medley.

Episode #14.5
S14E05 · Episode #14.5

Oct 03, 1970

The Grass Roots perform "Come On and Say It" and "I Can Turn Off the Rain." The Spinners sing "It's a Shame" and "In My Diary."

Episode #14.6
S14E06 · Episode #14.6

Oct 10, 1970

Poco perform "You Better Think Twice." Brother John (singer-songwriter Johnny Cymbal) performs "Pollyanna" and "Smokey."

Episode #14.7
S14E07 · Episode #14.7

Oct 17, 1970

The O'Kaysions perform "Girl Watcher" and "Watch Out Girl." The Moments (vocal group later known as Ray, Goodman and Brown) sing "Love On A Two-Way Street" and "If I Didn't Care."

Episode #14.8
S14E08 · Episode #14.8

Oct 24, 1970

Mark Lindsay sings "Arizona," "And the Grass Won't Pay No Mind" and "So Hard to Leave You." Dick Clark introduces the finalists, and the winner, in the "Miss 16" contest.

Episode #14.9
S14E09 · Episode #14.9

Oct 31, 1970

Female soul trio Sunday's Child sings 'You're Good for Me" and "What Are You Thinking?"

Episode #14.10
S14E10 · Episode #14.10

Nov 07, 1970

Brian Hyland sings "Gypsy Woman" and "Slow Down."

Episode #14.11
S14E11 · Episode #14.11

Nov 14, 1970

Freda Payne sings "Deeper and Deeper," and her hit from earlier in the year, "Band of Gold." Dick Clark presents Freda Payne with a gold record.

Episode #14.12
S14E12 · Episode #14.12

Nov 21, 1970

Singer Oliver performs "Firelight" and "Light the Way."

Episode #14.13
S14E13 · Episode #14.13

Nov 28, 1970

Actor Rick Ely (of TV series "The Young Rebels") sings "Make It with You" and "Circle Game."

Episode #14.14
S14E14 · Episode #14.14

Dec 05, 1970

The Carpenters perform "We've Only Just Begun" and "Reason to Believe." Bobby Vee sings "Sweet Sweetheart," and his own composition, "Rock 'n Roll Music and You."

Episode #14.15
S14E15 · Episode #14.15

Dec 12, 1970

Gene Chandler sings "Simply Call It Love" and is presented with a gold record.

Episode #14.16
S14E16 · Episode #14.16

Dec 19, 1970

Jose Feliciano performs "Feliz Navidad" and "The First Noel." The Brady Kids sing "Frosty the Snowman" and "Silent Night," two of the songs on the "Christmas with The Brady Bunch" album.

Episode #14.17
S14E17 · Episode #14.17

Dec 26, 1970

David Cassidy (from ABC-TV's "The Partridge Family") sings "I Think I Love You" and "I Can Hear Your Heartbeat." The Grass Roots perform "Midnight Confessions," and their new record, "Temptation Eyes."

Episode #14.18
S14E18 · Episode #14.18

Jan 02, 1971

A salute to 1970. Norman Greenbaum sings "Spirit in the Sky." The Delfonics perform "Didn't I (Blow Your Mind This Time)."

Episode #14.19
S14E19 · Episode #14.19

Jan 09, 1971

"Mama" Cass Elliot and Dave Mason perform their duet "Something To Make You Happy."

Episode #14.20
S14E20 · Episode #14.20

Jan 16, 1971

King Floyd performs "Groove Me." The band The Bugaloos (from the Sid and Marty Kroft TV series) also appear. On film: Ike and Tina Turner perform "Workin' Together."

Episode #14.21
S14E21 · Episode #14.21

Jan 23, 1971

The Cowsills perform "On My Side." Curtis Mayfield sings "(Don't Worry) If There's A Hell Below We're All Going To Go."

Episode #14.22
S14E22 · Episode #14.22

Jan 30, 1971

Andy Kim sings "Be My Baby." Redeye perform "Games."

Episode #14.23
S14E23 · Episode #14.23

Feb 06, 1971

Leslie Uggams sings "Love Is a Good Foundation." Jerry Reed performs "Amos Moses." Dionne Warwick also appears.

Episode #14.24
S14E24 · Episode #14.24

Feb 13, 1971

Bobby Sherman performs "Cried Like a Baby." Little Sister (singer Vanetta Stewart) performs "Somebody's Watching You" and "Stanga."

Episode #14.25
S14E25 · Episode #14.25

Feb 20, 1971

Tommy Roe sings "Little Miss Goodie Two Shoes." The Mob perform "I Dig Everything About You."

Episode #14.26
S14E26 · Episode #14.26

Feb 27, 1971

Joey Scarbury sings "Mixed Up Guy." Sky (Doug Fieger, John Coury, and Bob Greenfield) perform "Goodie Two Shoes" and "I Still Do."

Episode #14.27
S14E27 · Episode #14.27

Mar 06, 1971

Bobby Goldsboro sings "Watching Scotty Grow." Henry Mancini performs the "Theme from "Love Story"."

Episode #14.28
S14E28 · Episode #14.28

Mar 13, 1971

The Wadsworth Mansion perform "Sweet Mary." Cincinnati TV personality Bob Braun also appears.

Episode #14.29
S14E29 · Episode #14.29

Mar 20, 1971

Rufus Thomas sings "Push and Pull." Tony Lee Sybert performs "Hot Pants."

Episode #14.30
S14E30 · Episode #14.30

Mar 27, 1971

Chairmen Of The Board perform "Chairman Of The Board." Oliver sings "Early Morning Rain."

Episode #14.31
S14E31 · Episode #14.31

Apr 03, 1971

Sammi Smith sings "Help Me Make It Through the Night."

Episode #14.32
S14E32 · Episode #14.32

Apr 10, 1971

Tommy James performs "Adrienne." Bobbi Martin sings "No Love At All."

Episode #14.33
S14E33 · Episode #14.33

Apr 17, 1971

A Salute to the 1950s and '60s. The Platters sing their 1955 hit "The Great Pretender." Little Richard reprises his 1959 recording "Shake A Hand."

Episode #14.34
S14E34 · Episode #14.34

Apr 24, 1971

A salute to the 1950s and 1960s. Chuck Berry performs "Sweet Little Sixteen" and "Rock And Roll Music." Joey Dee and The Starliters perform "Peppermint Twist."

Episode #14.35
S14E35 · Episode #14.35

May 01, 1971

Helen Reddy sings "I Don't Know How to Love Him." Redeye perform "Red Eye Blues."

Episode #14.36
S14E36 · Episode #14.36

May 08, 1971

Mike Nesmith performs "Nevada Fighter" and "Joanne." The Bells perform "Stay Awhile" and "Fly Little White Dove, Fly."

Episode #14.37
S14E37 · Episode #14.37

May 15, 1971

Bobby Bloom sings "We're All Goin' Home" and "Montego Bay." The Staple Singers perform "Heavy Makes You Happy (Sha-Na-Boom Boom)" and "You've Got To Earn It."

Episode #14.38
S14E38 · Episode #14.38

May 22, 1971

Sugarloaf perform "Mother Nature's Wine." Buffy Sainte-Marie sings "She Used to Wanna Be a Ballerina."

Episode #14.39
S14E39 · Episode #14.39

May 29, 1971

The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band perform "House At Pooh Corner."

Episode #14.40
S14E40 · Episode #14.40

Jun 05, 1971

Paul Humphrey and the Cool-Aid Chemists perform "Cool-Aid." Johnny Tillotson performs "Apple Bend."

Episode #14.41
S14E41 · Episode #14.41

Jun 12, 1971

Hamilton, Joe Frank, and Reynolds perform "Don't Pull Your Love." Susan Raye sings "L.A. International Airport."

Episode #14.42
S14E42 · Episode #14.42

Jun 19, 1971

Kenny Rogers sings "Poem for My Lady" and "For the Good Times." Shiloh (band featuring a pre-Eagles Don Henley) perform "Simple Little Down Home Rock and Roll Love Song for Rosie."

Episode #14.43
S14E43 · Episode #14.43

Jun 26, 1971

Kyle sings "Virginia Traveler" and "The Reason." Sisters Love perform "Are You Lonely?" and "Ring Once."

Episode #14.44
S14E44 · Episode #14.44

Jul 03, 1971

Jerry Reed performs "When You're Hot, You're Hot." The Raeletts (aka Raelettes) sing "Leave My Man (Woman) Alone." The start of Bandstand's 19th Annual Dance Contest.

Episode #14.45
S14E45 · Episode #14.45

Jul 10, 1971

Smokey Robinson and the Miracles perform "The Tears of a Clown" and "Crazy About The La La La."

Episode #14.46
S14E46 · Episode #14.46

Jul 17, 1971

Chee-Chee and Peppy (vocal duo comprised of Dorothy "Dottie" Moore and Keith Boiling) sing "I Know I'm In Love." Rose Colored Glass perform "Can't Find The Time."

Episode #14.47
S14E47 · Episode #14.47

Jul 24, 1971

Mark Lindsay sings "Been Too Long on the Road" and "So Hard To Leave You." The Main Ingredient perform "Spinning Around (I Must Be Falling In Love)" and "I'm So Proud." Dick Clark announces the finalists in the dance contest.

Episode #14.48
S14E48 · Episode #14.48

Jul 31, 1971

Lou Rawls sings "A Natural Man" and "How Thoughtless I've Become." The Raiders perform "Indian Reservation" and "Birds of a Feather." American Bandstand's annual dance contest continues.

Episode #14.49
S14E49 · Episode #14.49

Aug 07, 1971

The vocal trio Honey Cone sing "Want Ads" and "Stick-Up." Tommy Roe performs "Stagger Lee."

Episode #14.50
S14E50 · Episode #14.50

Aug 14, 1971

Gayle McCormick, former lead vocalist of the band Smith, sings "Gonna Be Alright Now." The Dillards perform "It's About Time."

Episode #14.51
S14E51 · Episode #14.51

Aug 21, 1971

The Osmonds perform "One Bad Apple." "Miss 16 of North America" is selected. Judges in the pageant are Susan Dey, Rick Ely and Alan Osmond.

Episode #14.52
S14E52 · Episode #14.52

Aug 28, 1971

The Undisputed Truth sing "Smiling Faces Sometimes." Steppenwolf perform "Ride with Me."

Episode #14.53
S14E53 · Episode #14.53

Sep 04, 1971

The Grass Roots perform "Sooner or Later." Davy Jones, formerly with the Monkees, sings "Rainy Jane."


American Bandstand (also know as Bandstand) Season 14 (1970) is released on Sep 05, 1970 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 Dion DiMucci.

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

Cast & Crew

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