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  • Sep 16, 1970
    Epic releases Charlie Rich's "Nice 'N' Easy." The recording is cited among the 500 greatest country singles of all-time in the Country Music Foundation's 2003 book "Heartaches By The Number"
    Oct 24, 1970
    Tammy Wynette's "Run, Woman, Run" hits #1 on the Billboard country singles chart
    Nov 9, 1970
    Epic releases Tammy Wynette's "The Wonders You Perform"
    Nov 17, 1970
    George Jones records a pair of hits, "Sometimes You Just Can't Win" and "Right Won't Touch A Hand," during an evening session at Columbia Studio B in Nashville
    Nov 24, 1970
    David Houston records "A Woman Always Knows" during an afternoon session at the Columbia Recording Studios in Nashville
    Dec 11, 1970
    Epic releases David Houston's "A Woman Always Knows"
    Jan 30, 1971
    Epic releases the Tammy Wynette compilation "Tammy's Greatest Hits, Volume II"
    Jan 31, 1971
    Tammy Wynette records "We Sure Can Love Each Other"
    Feb 3, 1971
    David Houston and Barbara Mandrell record "I Love You, I Love You" at the Columbia Studios in Nashville. They also cut "Something To Brag About," a hit-to-be for Willie Nelson and Mary Kay Place
    Feb 5, 1971
    Epic releases Tammy Wynette's "We Sure Can Love Each Other"

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