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  • Dec 12, 1968
    Dean Martin sings the Robert Mitchum country hit "Little Ole Wine Drinker Me" during "The Dean Martin Show" on NBC. George Burns also makes an appearance
    Dec 12, 1966
    "The Roger Miller Show" features comedian Frank Gorshin in its half-hour on NBC
    Dec 12, 1965
    The Byrds perform "Mr. Tambourine Man" and "Turn! Turn! Turn!" during CBS' telecast of "The Ed Sullivan Show." The group includes Chris Hillman, a future member of country music's Desert Rose Band
    Dec 12, 1964
    Burl Ives hosts an episode of "The Hollywood Palace," lacing the ABC show with performances of "Blue Tail Fly," "Wayfaring Stranger," "The Big Rock Candy Mountain," "Funny Way Of Laughin'" and "A Little Bitty Tear"
    Dec 12, 1963
    Bobby Bare records "Miller's Cave" during the afternoon at RCA Studio B in Nashville
    Dec 12, 1963
    Gospel singer Sherrill Nielsen marries Brenda Hall in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. During the next decade, he becomes a backup singer for Elvis Presley
    Dec 12, 1963
    Jimmy Dean sings "Mind Your Own Business" and "Goodnight Irene" during "The Jimmy Dean Show" on ABC. He also performs "Mountain Dew" with comedian Jack Carter and "A-Sleeping At The Foot Of The Bed" with Molly Bee. Homer & Jethro parody "I'm Moving On"
    Dec 12, 1962
    Roy Acuff ends a seven-week USO tour in which he performed for American troops in more than 10 nations, including Ethiopia, Italy, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Greece, Lebanon and Libya
    Dec 12, 1961
    Roy Acuff begins a one-month tour of Spain and Morocco, sponsored by the USO, to perform for American troops
    Dec 12, 1960
    Country legend Gene Autry names Bill Rigney the first manager of his new baseball team, the Los Angeles Angels

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