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Old March 2nd, 2008, 11:32 AM
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Default Crazy Horse Saloon Seasons +1961-67


During the first season, the Crazy Horse Saloon had a solo and dual piano. Marilyn Bennett played the solo while Kay Bowman and Jody Grant played the dual. The singers and dancers included Tommy Sponsler, Bambi Hartman, Lori Richardson, Don Shook, Elma and Don Crutchfield, Harry Gambino, and Frankie Hewitt.


Mary Hunter, Mike Dobbins, Erin Barger Barker, and Tommy Spousler com-posed the singing quartet and Bonnie Sue Beebe performed tap dance numbers. Garden Farrell accompanied them with his trusty piano.


Gordon Harrell played the piano while Lee Paul strummed the banjo. Betty Lynn Buckley, Cheri Turney, Paul Bacon, and Stevie Williamson provided the vocals.


David Bright played the piano and Sharon Todd did a few tap dance numbers. Emily Reyna, David Carter, Paul Bacon, and Sharon Leihon provided the singing.


During the day show, Bettye Arthur, Jim Portwood, Laura Finn, Sharon Elliott, and Bob Frazier performed various songs including Have You Ever Been Lonely, The Sheik of Araby, All By Myself, and Nobody Knows When You're Down and Out. Mike Howard accompanied them with the piano and Kevin Lindley performed a few tap dance numbers.

The night show featured Kathy Winniford, Karen Walter, Cookie Kuykendall, Barbara Petersen, Kathy Glasscock, Devvy Swanson, Ann Eliot, and Lucy McFarland - all members of the SMU Kappa Kappa Gamma Sorority. They started by singing Who Makes the World Go Round. Afterwards, they played a musical piece with toy trombones, spoons, toy ukuleles, a washboard, and a piano. This was followed by a solo performance of The Sunshine Girl Has Rain Drops In Her Eyes before everyone sang and danced Ain't She Sweet and Five Foot Two. The song Spanish Eyes provided the grand finale.
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Old March 4th, 2008, 02:18 PM
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Default 1966 Costume Changes

In 1966, the participants donned new costumes. The guys had white shirts with red stripes, black vests, and white trousers while the gals wore nineteenth-century styled dresses with red polka dots.
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