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Jan 1, 1971
Tom T. Hall joins the Grand Ole Opry
Feb 7, 1971
Neil Young, James Taylor and Linda Ronstadt tape appearances on "The Johnny Cash Show" at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium. Afterward, they head to Quadraphonic Studios, where Taylor and Ronstadt add backing vocals to Young's "Heart Of Gold"
Feb 18, 1971
During a taping of "The Johnny Cash Show," Cash becomes a surprise subject of Ralph Edwards' "This Is Your Life." Guests include June Carter Cash, Rosanne Cash, John Carter Cash, Carlene Carter and Maybelle Carter, among others
Mar 27, 1971
Jan Howard joins the Grand Ole Opry
Apr 21, 1971
Connie Smith rejoins the Grand Ole Opry
Oct 10, 1971
Columbia Records pioneer Art Satherley joins the Country Music Hall Of Fame during the fifth annual Country Music Association awards at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium. As a producer, Satherley worked with Bill Monroe, Gene Autry, Roy Acuff and others
Oct 10, 1971
Charley Pride wins Entertainer of the Year and Male Vocalist of the Year at the fifth annual Country Music Association awards, held at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville. Tennessee Ernie Ford hosts the event for the third year in a row
Feb 11, 1972
"Grand Ole Gospel Time" debuts as a post-Grand Ole Opry, Friday night event, produced by Jimmy Snow, son of Hank Snow. The show continues for 23 years, with Johnny Cash and June Carter as inaugural-night guests
Jul 8, 1972
When a concert date is cancelled, Barbara Mandrell joins the Grand Ole Opry, three weeks earlier than scheduled
Oct 16, 1972
Jimmie Davis is added to the Country Music Hall Of Fame during the sixth annual Country Music Association awards at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium
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