The Cowsills In Books

The Golden Age of Chicago Children's Television
by Ted Okuda and Jack Mulqueen
Lake Claremont Press June 2004


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Technical gaffes and exploding meat factories aside, Kiddee-A-Go-Go continued to be a favorite program for record companies. Jack explains, "The reason we remained popular with the record industry was that they didn't have too many outlets for their artists who needed TV exposure. John Sipple, a promoter for Mercury Records, was in constant contact with me, and was happy to let us have anyone who was in town." The guest during that period included Glen Campbell, Roger Miller, Lesley Gore, Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, the New Colony Six, the Blues Magoos, the Cowsills, the Left Banke, and the Hello People.


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