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  • Nov 10, 1950
    Hawkshaw Hawkins records the Lefty Frizzell song "I Love You A Thousand Ways" at the King Recording Studio in Cincinnati, Ohio
    Dec 8, 1950
    Moon Mullican records "Cherokee Boogie (Eh-Oh-Aleena)" in Cincinnati
    Feb 17, 1951
    Zeb Turner records "Chew Tobacco Rag" at the King Recording Studio in Cincinnati
    Mar 17, 1951
    Hawkshaw Hawkins records "I'm Waiting Just For You" in Cincinnati
    Sep 21, 1951
    Hawkshaw Hawkins records "Slow Poke" in Cincinnati
    Sep 21, 1951
    Cowboy Copas records "'Tis Sweet To Be Remembered" in Cincinnati
    Oct 6, 1951
    R&B musician Tiny Bradshaw records "The Train Kept A-Rollin'" in Cincinnati. Johnny Burnette And The Rock & Roll Trio's cover of the song ranks among country's 500 greatest singles in the Country Music Foundation book "Heartaches By The Number"
    Jan 8, 1953
    One week after the passing of a legend, Jack Cardwell records the tribute hit "The Death Of Hank Williams" in Mobile, Alabama
    Mar 2, 1953
    Bonnie Lou records "Seven Lonely Days" in Cincinnati
    May 18, 1953
    Bonnie Lou records "Tennessee Wig Walk" in Cincinnati

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