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  • Sep 30, 1950
    The Grand Ole Opry is televised for the first time, as WSM-TV debuts on the air
    Oct 15, 1950
    Bill Monroe records the original version of "Uncle Pen" during an afternoon session in Nashville. The song references the fiddle classics "Soldier's Joy" and "Jenny Lynn"
    Oct 22, 1950
    Hank Snow records "Unwanted Sign Upon Your Heart" in the evening at Brown Radio Productions in Nashville
    Nov 3, 1950
    The Stanley Brothers record "I'm A Man Of Constant Sorrow" at the Castle Studio in Nashville. Their version of the song provides a template for the version by the fictitious Soggy Bottom Boys used in the film "O Brother, Where Art Thou?"
    Nov 9, 1950
    Eddy Arnold records "There's Been A Change In Me" at the Brown Brothers Studio on 4th Avenue in downtown Nashville
    Dec 21, 1950
    Hank Williams records "Cold, Cold Heart" and "Dear John" during an evening session at the Castle Studio in downtown Nashville
    Dec 30, 1950
    Lefty Frizzell makes his first appearance on the Grand Ole Opry, singing "If You've Got The Money I've Got The Time" and "I Love You A Thousand Ways"
    Jan 11, 1951
    Ernest Tubb records "Don't Stay Too Long" in an afternoon session at the Castle Studio in Nashville's Tulane Hotel
    Jan 16, 1951
    Guitarist Tommy Crain is born in Nashville. He becomes a member of The Charlie Daniels Band, playing on "The Devil Went Down To Georgia," "In America" and "Drinkin' My Baby Goodbye"
    Jan 26, 1951
    Hank Snow records "Down The Trail Of Achin' Hearts" and "Bluebird Island" with Anita Carter during the evening at Nashville's Brown Radio Productions

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