Sing a Song

Broadcast Run: 
1974 to 1975
Broadcast Medium: 
Television

This program appeared in the CTV schedule in the 1974-75 season, as one of a Trilogy of three variety half-hours that each had seventeen weeks at 6:30pm on Sundays in which to demonstrate that they had staying power to warrant a full-season renewal. Of the three, only the John Allan Cameron Show achieved that honour (although it only lasted one more year) - the third show being Oom Pah Pah.

It played on CTV from January to May 1975, and Ca-Na-Da composer Bobby Gimby was the musical director of what Murray Ginsberg, in his book "They Loved To Play", described as "a musical-variety show". Sing a Song then disappeared into such oblivion that no other information is currently available on the series. Any input from visitors to this website would be welcomed.

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