Million Dollar Band (country Music Group) - Performance Dates

Performance Dates

The group performed on the following 27 Hee Haw episodes:

Hee Haw season 13

  • Episode 287, 08-13-1980
  • Episode 290, 10-04-1980
  • Episode 293, 10-25-1980
  • Episode 296, 10-18-1980
  • Episode 299, 12-06-1980
  • Episode 303, 01-17-1981
  • Episode 309, 02-28-1981
  • Episode 312, 03-21-1981

Hee Haw season 14

  • Episode 314, 09-19-1981
  • Episode 317, 10-10-1981
  • Episode 320, 10-31-1981
  • Episode 326, 10-12-1981
  • Episode 330, 01-23-1982

Hee Haw season 15

  • Episode 340, 09-18-1982
  • Episode 349, 11-20-1982
  • Episode 353, 12-18-1982
  • Episode 356, 01-22-1983
  • Episode 363, 03-12-1983

Hee Haw season 16

  • Episode 374, 11-26-1983
  • Episode 386, 02-25-1984
  • Episode 390, 03-24-1984

Hee Haw season 17

  • Episode 391, 09-22-1984
  • Episode 396, 10-27-1984
  • Episode 402, 12-08-1984
  • Episode 406, 01-05-1985

Hee Haw season 18

  • Episode 438, 02-15-1986

Hee Haw season 21

  • Episode 503, 11-26-1988

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