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  • Mar 14, 1951
    Zella Lehr is born in Burbank, California. After starting her career on "Hee Haw," she gains a Top 10 hit with a version of Dolly Parton's "Two Doors Down" that is recorded three months before Parton's version
    Dec 18, 1974
    Zella Lehr conducts her first Nashville recording session at the Mercury Recording Studio for Mega Records
    Oct 26, 1977
    Zella Lehr records Dolly Parton's "Two Doors Down" in an evening session in Nashville two months before Parton cuts it
    Mar 24, 1979
    Zella Lehr and Jim Stafford guest on the TV season's final new episode of "Hee Haw," along with New Zealand-born Eddie Low, who covers Waylon Jennings' 'hit "The Taker." The show is co-hosted by Roy Clark and Buck Owens, who performs "The Door Is Always Open"

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