(Unless otherwise noted, clips are of the Kingston Trio)
The Kingston Trio
Live at Rockefellers, 1989
Nick, Bob and George
Andy Williams Show, "Where Have All The Flowers Gone" and "Early Morning Rain"
February 26, 1967
Andy Williams Show, Kingston Trio's last TV appearance, and retirement announcement,
"A Worried Man" from Devil's Lake (circa 1975)
The Chad Mitchell Trio
On the Bell Telephone Hour, with Roger McGuinn
Dona, Dona, Dona, Hello Susan Brown , Whup Jamboree (all one clip)
The Charlie Card
The Kingston Trio at the inauguration of The Charlie Card, the new Boston MTA fare card, broadcast on CBS's Sunday Morning Show, Sunday, November 14, 2004.
The Chilly Winds
Folk Camp V and Manitou Springs Folk Festival
Frankie and Johnnie
MTA - Jim Moran with John Stewart and Nick Reynolds
One More Town
Where I'm Bound
"Clack, clack, clack" John Stewart on Something Special, 1970
Dave Guard Interview
Dave Guard Trio "Hard Ain't it Hard"
Dave Guard Trio"Molly Dee"
Dave Guard Trio "Shady Grove/Lonesome Traveller"
Devil's Lake, "Merry Minuet"
Devil's Lake, "Reverend Mr. Black"
Dick Clark Show, "Tom Dooley"
Dinah Shore Chevy Show, "Strum, strum, strum" Show ensemble
Five Men With Banjos
"It's a banjo jam session with Steve Martin, Earl Scruggs, and the rest of the Men."
Video clip from the David Letterman show
Folk Music Reunion circa 1980: The First Time (Not the version from New Frontier!)
Folk Music Reunion circa 1980: Looking For the Sunshine
Gertrude Berg Show (1961)
Nick, Bob and John doing Going Away For To Leave You
Short Video clip of Canadian Railroad Trilogy
Broadcast January 1, 1967
Hugh Downs, "Where Are They Now?"
Jack Benny Show, "I'm Going Home (California)"
Jack Benny Show, Interview, Nick, Bob and John
Jack Benny Show, "Tijuana Jail"
Jack Benny Show, Tijuana Jail comedy skit
Jack Benny Show, end
John Stewart on Something Special, 1970
Nashville Now, "Reverend Mr. Black"
Smothers Brothers Show, Medley
Steve Martin, Foggy Mountain Breakdown
Steve Martin, Banjo solo
The Groovy Show
John Stewart, Buffy Ford, Chris Darrow and Henry Diltz join Robert W. Morgan on The Groovy Show from October 30, 1969.
The Brothers Four
Rock Island Line
Run, Come See Jerusalem
Chase the Rising Sun
There's A Meeting Here Tonight "Lovers", Roger Gambill solo
There's A Meeting Here Tonight,"Georgia Stockade"
There's A Meeting Here Tonight, "Greenback Dollar"
There's A Meeting Here Tonight, "Scotch and Soda"
We Five, "You Let A Love Burn Out"
We Five, "You Were On My Mind"
What's My Line, Nick, Bob and John