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  • Oct 15, 1960
    Loretta Lynn makes her first appearance on the Grand Ole Opry, singing "I'm A Honky Tonk Girl" at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville. She receives an invitation to tour with Johnny Horton, but he dies just three weeks later
    Jun 17, 1961
    With Patsy Cline in the hospital from a car accident, Loretta Lynn dedicates "I Fall To Pieces" to Cline on Ernest Tubb's "Midnite Jamboree" radio show. Cline's husband, Charlie Dick, asks Lynn to come meet Cline in the hospital the next day
    Sep 3, 1961
    Loretta Lynn signs with Decca Records
    Sep 8, 1961
    Loretta Lynn records "Success" in the afternoon at the Bradley Film & Recording Studio on Music Row in Nashville
    Feb 5, 1962
    Loretta Lynn records "Before I'm Over You" at Nashville's Columbia Recording Studio
    Apr 23, 1962
    Decca releases Loretta Lynn's "Success"
    Sep 8, 1962
    Upon turning 30, Patsy Cline throws a birthday/housewarming party. Among her guests: Dottie West, Faron Young, Loretta Lynn and songwriter Harlan Howard
    Sep 25, 1962
    Loretta Lynn joins the Grand Ole Opry
    Mar 4, 1963
    Decca releases Loretta Lynn's "The Other Woman"
    May 4, 1963
    The Wilburn Brothers debut their syndicated TV show in 19 markets, providing early exposure to Loretta Lynn. Other regular cast members include Harold Morrison, Don Helms and Tommy Jackson

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