Translate this page in your preferred language:
You can translate the content of this page by selecting a language in the select box.
Every year, during the holiday season I enjoy revisiting holiday shows that I enjoyed while young. I find these programs reflect so much of what life was like during the twentieth century.
Back in the day I would re-watch the videos via VHS, eventually I was able to buy a box set of classic television, presently, YouTube makes it possible to share the nostalgia with all of you!
In the 1950s it wouldn’t be New Years without Guy Lombardo and His Royal Candians. Join Guy and friends as they ring in 1958.
It’s the 1970s and Guy and the gang are still going strong as 1977 arrives in New York City.
A selection of old-fashioned tunes to share on a cold, wintry New Year’s Eve.
Featuring Rosemary Clooney, Frank Sinatra, Zelma O’Neal & Jack Haley, Robert Cannon, Dick Dale & Alice Lon, Dean Martin, Norma Zimmer, Ella Fitzgerald, Larry Hooper & Janet Lennon, and Spike Jones & his City Slickers.
Although a small segment is muted, it is a worthwhile listen.
Before television folks tuned into the radio for their New Year’s entertainment. This is the 1943 Jack Benny New Year’s Eve program.
The first New Year celebration since the end of WWII and the Armed Forces Radio Service produced a program from seventeen of the “Big Band Era’s” greatest attractions playing from ballrooms across the nation. The program entitled “Swing Around The Clock” was broadcast worldwide to usher in the year 1946.
Vintage Fashion at Amazon
More to Explore
Shop With Me – As an independent content creator my income comes from purchases via my affiliates. These hand-picked partners were chosen with care. This shopping directory provides an eclectic shopping experience and I appreciate any purchases you may enjoy as it supports my efforts to provide content.