Just me at the piano with The Challengers.
Take a look at this clip from the Dr Pepper Celebrity Party I co-hosted with Dick Clark in 1963. This is my 9th and last posting of highlights from this unique event in rock history. They are all numbered and posted on my Blog (under Music, Film, TV) if you missed any.
(Won’t You Come Home) Bill Bailey”, originally titled “Bill Bailey, Won’t You Please Come Home?” is a popular song published in 1902. It is commonly referred to as simply “Bill Bailey”.Its words and music were written by Hughie Cannon (1877–1912), an American songwriter and pianist. It is still a standard with Dixieland and traditional jazz bands. The simple 32-bar chord sequence of its chorus also underpins many other tunes played mainly by jazz bands, such as “Over the Waves”, “Washington and Lee Swing”, “Bourbon Street Parade”, “My Little Girl”, and the final themes of “Tiger Rag” and “The Beer Barrel Polka”. – Wikipedia
Most probably the first ever recording of Bill Bailey was by Arthur Collins in 1902. You can hear a clip of the song here.