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  • Oct 26, 1972
    Donna Fargo records the Stonewall Jackson song "Don't Be Angry" during an afternoon at Nashville's Jack Clement Studios
    Dec 1, 1972
    Roy Clark records "Come Live With Me" and "Somewhere Between Love And Tomorrow" during a late-night session at the Jack Clement Studios in Nashville
    Dec 20, 1972
    Donna Fargo records "You Were Always There" during the afternoon at Jack Clement Studios in Nashville
    Dec 27, 1972
    Tommy Overstreet records "(Jeannie Marie) You Were A Lady" at RCA Studio B on Music Row in Nashville
    Jan 4, 1973
    "Funny Face" brings Donna Fargo her second gold single from the RIAA
    Jan 21, 1973
    Donna Fargo nets three Grammy nominations, with both "Funny Face" and "The Happiest Girl In The Whole U.S.A." competing for Country Song of the Year
    Jan 29, 1973
    Donna Fargo receives her only gold album from the RIAA, for "The Happiest Girl In The Whole U.S.A."
    Feb 27, 1973
    Tommy Overstreet records "Send Me No Roses" in a morning session at Columbia Studio A in Nashville
    Mar 20, 1973
    Donna Fargo records "I'll Try A Little Bit Harder" in an afternoon session at Nashville's Jack Clement Studios
    Apr 21, 1973
    Donna Fargo flies to #1 on the Billboard country singles chart with "Superman"

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