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  • Jul 1, 1972
    Hank Williams Jr. hits #1 on the Billboard country singles chart with "Eleven Roses"
    Jul 20, 1972
    Mel Tillis records "Neon Rose" in Nashville
    Jul 21, 1972
    Jud Strunk records the pop hit "Daisy A Day" in Los Angeles, with vocal backing by The Mike Curb Congregation, an ensemble led by the MGM president, who will later form his own label, launching the careers of Tim McGraw and LeAnn Rimes
    Jul 27, 1972
    Donny Osmond records the pop hit "The Twelfth Of Never" in Los Angeles under the guidance of record producer Mike Curb
    Jul 28, 1972
    Donny Osmond's "Hey Girl" is certified as a gold single by the RIAA. It's produced by future country producer Rick Hall
    Aug 2, 1972
    Mel Tillis records "Sawmill" in Nashville
    Aug 21, 1972
    "Who can make the sun rise?" Sammy Davis Jr. earns a gold single from the RIAA for his pop release "Candy Man," produced in part by Curb Records owner Mike Curb
    Sep 13, 1972
    Hank Williams Jr. records "Hank," a tribute to his late father, in Nashville
    Sep 30, 1972
    Mel Tillis claims the top spot on the Billboard country singles chart with "I Ain't Never"
    Oct 5, 1972
    Mel Tillis and Sherry Bryce record "Don't Let Go" in Nashville

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