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  • Jan 9, 1950
    Hank Williams records "Long Gone Lonesome Blues," "My Son Calls Another Man Daddy," "Why Should We Try Anymore" and "Why Don't You Love Me" in his first session using the Original Drifting Cowboys at Nashville's Castle Studio
    Jan 10, 1950
    Hank Williams records for the first time under the alias Luke The Drifter at the Castle Studio in downtown Nashville
    Jan 27, 1950
    MGM releases Hank Williams' "I Just Don't Like This Kind Of Livin'"
    Mar 10, 1950
    MGM releases a two-sided Hank Williams hit: "Long Gone Lonesome Blues" backed with "My Son Calls Another Man Daddy"
    Apr 22, 1950
    Hank Williams' "Long Gone Lonesome Blues" reaches the #1 position on the Billboard country singles chart
    Apr 27, 1950
    Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys record "Faded Love" at Radio Recorders on Santa Monica Boulevard in Hollywood
    May 5, 1950
    Art Mooney records a hit pop version of Red Foley's "M-I-S-S-I-S-S-I-P-P-I" at the WOR Studio in New York
    May 19, 1950
    MGM releases Hank Williams' "Why Don't You Love Me"
    Jun 14, 1950
    Hank Williams records "They'll Never Take Her Love From Me" at the Castle Recording Studio in Nashville's Tulane Hotel. He also cuts an unissued version of "Honky Tonk Blues"
    Jun 17, 1950
    Hank Williams' "Why Don't You Love Me" reaches the #1 position on the Billboard country singles chart

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