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  • Aug 3, 1953
    Jack Cardwell records "Dear Joan"
    Aug 18, 1956
    Charlie Feathers records "One Hand Loose" with steel player Jody Chastain and guitarist Jerry Huffman at the King Recording Studio in Cincinnati. It ranks among country's 500 greatest singles in a Country Music Foundation book
    Jan 4, 1958
    R&B artist Little Willie John records "Talk To Me, Talk To Me" in New York. The song becomes a country hit twice: once for Freddy Fender, and once for Mickey Gilley
    Sep 30, 1958
    The Stanley Brothers begin two days of recording in Cincinnati, their first sessions for the King label
    Sep 14, 1959
    The Stanley Brothers record "Mountain Dew" and "How Far To Little Rock" at the King Recording Studio in Cincinnati, Ohio. They also cut "I'm A Man Of Constant Sorrow" for the second time in their career
    Oct 26, 1959
    Reno & Smiley record "Don't Let Your Sweet Love Die" in Cincinnati, Ohio
    Sep 10, 1962
    Hawkshaw Hawkins records the Justin Tubb-penned "Lonesome 7-7203" at the King Studios in Cincinnati, Ohio. He also cuts a version of "Silver Threads And Golden Needles," destined to become a hit for Linda Ronstadt, in his final session
    Sep 12, 1962
    Hawkshaw Hawkins holds his final recording session at the King Recording Studio in Cincinnati. Among the four songs on the date is "Silver Threads And Golden Needles"
    May 4, 1963
    Just weeks after his death, the late Hawkshaw Hawkins rises to #1 on the Billboard country singles chart with "Lonesome 7-7203"
    Sep 17, 1963
    The Stanley Brothers record "Don't Cheat In Our Hometown" in Cincinnati, Ohio. The song is remade two decades later by Stanley admirer Ricky Skaggs

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