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L.D. Keller and the Promenaders

  • Aired: 01/22/2010
  • 28:26
  • Rating: NR
The Ozark Jubilee was a groundbreaking national television show that originated live each week from Springfield, Missouri. Red Foley was the popular host and the series featured local performers, and nationally well-known and up and coming entertainers. Regulars on the series included a square dance group known as The Promenaders, who were under the direction of L.D. Keller.
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Russell Keller, Pat Loveland, and Don Baker provide a look at this popular group.
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