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  • Feb 25, 1959
    Rose Maddox has her first Capitol recording session in Los Angeles. Though it's a solo date, she's backed by two of her brothers: guitarist Cal Maddox and mandolin player Henry Maddox
    Jun 10, 1959
    The Maddox Brothers & Rose record "Sally Let Your Bangs Hang Down" at the Capitol Studios in Los Angeles
    Dec 7, 1959
    Rose Maddox leaves her protesting mother at a San Francisco hotel room to marry her second husband, club owner Jimmy Brogdon, in Las Vegas
    Sep 6, 1960
    Rose Maddox records "I Want To Live Again" and "Kissing My Pillow" in Hollywood
    Dec 15, 1960
    Capitol releases Rose Maddox' double-sided hit, "Kissing My Pillow" backed by "I Want To Live Again"
    Jan 16, 1961
    Buck Owens and Rose Maddox record "Mental Cruelty" and "Loose Talk" at the Capitol Recording Studios in Hollywood
    Jan 17, 1961
    Rose Maddox records "Conscience, I'm Guilty" at the Capitol Recording Studios at Hollywood & Vine in Los Angeles
    Jan 19, 1961
    Rose Maddox records "Lonely Street." The song will become a country hit for Rex Allen Jr. in 1977
    Apr 10, 1961
    Capitol releases Buck Owens & Rose Maddox's "Loose Talk" and "Mental Cruelty"
    Jul 24, 1961
    Capitol releases Rose Maddox' "Conscience, I'm Guilty"

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