May 5th, 1949-April 24th, 1952 September 7th, 1954-June 14th, 1956 (ABC)
Prime time game show, "Stop The Music" came to television a year after it began on radio. For most of it's run, it was hosted by Bert Parks, with Dennis James filling in occasionally. The game involved identification of songs by members of the studio audience and by home viewers, who were telephoned during the broadcast. Featured vocalists over the years were Kay Armen, Jimmy Blaine, Betty Ann Grove, Estelle Loring, Jaye P. Morgan, and June Valli. Other regulars were dancers Sonja and Courtney Van Horne, cartoonist Chuck Luchsinger, and the Harry Salter orchestra. This was a half-hour series with Louis G. Cowan producer. He later went on to develop the $64,000 Question.
Bert Parks host, featuring Kay Armen.