The Happy Gang was a Canadian Broadcasting Corporation radio lunchtime variety show that ran from 1937 to 1959. During the Golden Age of Radio and well into the 1950s, it was one of Canada's most popular programs. In its heyday, it had about two million listeners a day.The show was known for its "spontaneous humor, music, and corny jokes."
The Happy Gang debuted on June 14, 1937 on station CRCT, a CBC affiliate in Toronto, later known as CBL. Originally intended as just a summer fill-in, it gained a following, and was moved to the CBC network four months later. The Happy Gang ran for 22 years, totalling nearly 4900 broadcasts, until it was finally canceled in late August 1959. According to the Canadian Encyclopedia, the series also served as the template for CBC's French language service, Les Joyeux Troubadours, which was broadcast in Quebec from 1941 to 1977.
Includes 10 Episodes!
MP3 Episodes On This CD-R:
HG390729 - Tribute to CBK.mp3
HG450216 - 'FuzzyWuzzy'.mp3
HG450221 - 'Have You Ever Seen a Cliff McKay on a Horse'.mp3
HG450223 - I Ain't Misbehavin'.mp3
HG471119 - 'At the Winter Fair'.mp3
HG490308 - 'Powder Your Face with Sunshine'.mp3
HG560413 - 'My Lucky Charm'.mp3
HGxx12xx - Christmas Show (1st Half).mp3
HGxxxxxx - From Royal Winter Fair .mp3