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  • Jan 4, 1965
    Mercury Records releases Roy Drusky's version of "(From Now On All My Friends Are Gonna Be) Strangers"
    Aug 21, 1965
    Roy Drusky & Priscilla Mitchell sneak into the #1 position on the Billboard country singles chart with a cheatin' song, "Yes, Mr. Peters"
    Apr 21, 1967
    Tom T. Hall records his first charted single, "I Washed My Face In The Morning Dew," at Columbia's Nashville studio
    Sep 22, 1967
    With "Bonnie And Clyde" in theaters, Mercury releases Lester Flatt & Earl Scruggs' theme music to the movie, "Foggy Mountain Breakdown"
    Sep 1, 1968
    Tom T. Hall records "Ballad Of Forty Dollars" at the Columbia Studios in Nashville
    Sep 11, 1968
    Tom T. Hall records "That's How I Got To Memphis" in Nashville at the Columbia Recording Studios. Bobby Bare gets a hit two years later with the same song
    Nov 11, 1968
    Roy Drusky records "Where The Blue And Lonely Go" in Nashville
    Nov 13, 1968
    Faron Young records "Wine Me Up" at Nashville's Columbia Recording Studios
    Feb 26, 1969
    Tom T. Hall records "A Week In A Country Jail" at the Columbia Recording Studios on 16th Avenue South in Nashville
    Apr 3, 1969
    Tom T. Hall records "(Margie's At) The Lincoln Park Inn" at the Columbia Recording Studio in Nashville. Bobby Bare already has released his version of the song, which becomes a Top 10 hit

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