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  • Mar 25, 1976
    Three days after he started work on it, Waylon Jennings tackles Neil Young's "Are You Ready For The Country" once more at Hollywood's Sound Labs, with steel player Ralph Mooney added to the session
    Mar 25, 1976
    Phyllis Major, the wife of "Take It Easy" songwriter Jackson Browne, dies of a drug overdose at their home in Hollywood
    Mar 25, 1976
    NBC's "The Mac Davis Show" features comedian Bob Hope and the mime duo Shields & Yarnell
    Mar 25, 1975
    Ernest Tubb begins occupying room 109 at the Murfreesboro Road Holiday Inn in Nashville when he and his second wife, Olene, separate
    Mar 25, 1974
    Jack Clement records "When I Dream" at his Nashville studio. Five years later, it becomes a hit for Crystal Gayle
    Mar 25, 1974
    Charlie Rich wins three times during the ninth annual Academy Of Country Music awards at Knott's Berry Farm in Buena Park, California. Rich swipes Top Male Vocalist, Single Record and Album of the Year for "Behind Closed Doors," also named Song of the Year
    Mar 25, 1972
    Jody Miller sings "Baby, I'm Yours" on "Hee Haw," appearing alongside cast members Buck Owens, Buddy Alan, Roy Clark and The Hagers on "Hee Haw"
    Mar 25, 1972
    Connie Smith and Leroy Van Dyke take part in a telethon in Springfield, Missouri, that raises $226,000 for cerebral palsy
    Mar 25, 1971
    Lynn Anderson earns an RIAA-certified gold album, for "Rose Garden"
    Mar 25, 1970
    ABC-TV's "The Johnny Cash Show" features Cash's former roommate, Waylon Jennings, plus Michael Parks, Gordon Terry and Jackie DeShannon. Parks and Cash cover the old Jack Guthrie hit "Oklahoma Hills"

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