"FEELINGS with GWEN CONLEY"
Gwen Conley's national TV pilot with TV star Clifton Davis, star of "That's My Mama" and "Amen"; Johnny Bench, Cincinnati Reds baseball star catcher, and The Lockers, fabulous dance group, appeared on Saturday Night Live, Soul Train, The Carol Burnett Show, and The Tonight Show starring, Johnny Carson.
Gwen sings a duet with her guest, Clifton Davis, "Feelings",
the song for her TV pilot,
"Feelings With Gwen Conley".
Gwen interviews another guest on her show, Billy Dee Williams.
Gwen Conley sings the "National Anthem" for the World Series for
the Cincinnati Reds for both of their back-to-back 1975 & 1976
World Series championships.
One of MLB's greatest catchers,
Johnny Bench of the Cincinnati Reds
sings along with her and the fans.
Gwen singing for the 1976 World Series championships
when the Cincinnati Reds beat the New York Yankees.
Here, after appearing as guest soloist for a televised Christmas special
with The Ohio State University Symphony Orchestra, her alma mater,
she was subsequently awarded a regional "Emmy" for her performance.
Singer in a jingle session with Ray Charles for Maxwell House coffee.
Fabulous session... and great fun!
The opening act for "The Glenn Campbell" Proctor & Gamble Annual Show
with 11,000 in the audience.
Gwen's album, "The Many Faces of Gwen Conley", recorded in 1977.
The back cover of the album, featuring photos with Moms Mabley and Redd Fox,
and liner notes from Carmon DeLeone, Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra - conductor.
Interviewing her guest and good friend, Joe Morgan, major league baseball's Hall of Fame
2nd baseman for the Cincinnati Reds. He's also a former ESPN host of "Sunday Night Baseball".
Guest soloist with the Carmon Deleone "Studio Jazz Orchestra".
Carmon Deleone (on drums), was the former assistant conductor of The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra.
Gwen Conley has opened for various famous headliners,
including Red Foxx who she's interviewing here.
She opened James Brown's shows for 2 weeks at the famous Apollo Theatre.