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  • Dec 12, 1972
    Loretta Lynn cuts "The Pill" during an evening recording session at Bradley's Barn in Mt. Juliet, Tennessee
    Dec 12, 1972
    Hank Williams Jr. and his wife, Gwen, have a son, Shelton Hank Williams, in Nashville. He makes a mark with a rebellious mix of hard rock and stone country under the name Hank Williams III
    Dec 12, 1972
    Epic releases Tammy Wynette's "'Til I Get It Right"
    Dec 12, 1972
    Freddie Hart records "Trip To Heaven" during an evening session at the Jack Clement Studios in Nashville
    Dec 12, 1972
    Singer/songwriter John Hiatt holds his first Nashville recording session at the Quadraphonic Studios. He goes on to write the country hits "Drive South," "She Don't Love Nobody" and "The Way We Make A Broken Heart"
    Dec 12, 1971
    Marty Robbins finishes 25th driving a 1971 Dodge owned by Bobby Allison in the Texas 500 at the Texas World Speedway in College Station
    Dec 12, 1970
    Don Everly's self-titled solo debut album is released
    Dec 12, 1970
    Buck Owens records the Paul Simon-penned pop hit "Bridge Over Troubled Water" at his Bakersfield studios
    Dec 12, 1969
    Elvis Presley picks up a gold album from the RIAA for "From Memphis To Vegas"
    Dec 12, 1969
    The Grand Ole Opry's Stoney Mountain Cloggers appear on ABC-TV's variety show "Jimmy Durante Presents The Lennon Sisters Hour"

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