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  • Dec 14, 1951
    Mercury releases Flatt & Scruggs' "Roll In My Sweet Baby's Arms." The bluegrass standard is later made into a country hit by Buck Owens
    Jul 8, 1952
    Johnny Horton holds his first recording session for Mercury
    Sep 24, 1952
    The Carlisles record "No Help Wanted" in Nashville
    Nov 29, 1952
    Mercury releases The Carlisles' "No Help Wanted"
    Dec 18, 1952
    Patti Page records "The Doggie In The Window." Homer & Jethro earn a country hit with their satirical send-up "(How Much Is) That Hound Dog In The Window"
    Jan 7, 1953
    Days after Hank Williams' death, Joni James records a hit pop version of "Your Cheatin' Heart" at the Universal Studios in Chicago
    Jun 27, 1953
    Mercury releases Rusty Draper's "Gambler's Guitar"
    Aug 9, 1953
    After an association with Columbia Records, The Stanley Brothers hold their first recording session in a five-year deal with Mercury
    Jul 27, 1954
    The Erroll Garner Trio records "Misty" at the Universal Recording Studios in Chicago. The song is revived as a banjo-laden country hit two decades later by Ray Stevens
    Apr 26, 1955
    The Platters record the pop hit "Only You (And You Alone)" at Capitol's Melrose Avenue Studio in Los Angeles. Reba McEntire records a hit country version of the song some 26 years later

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