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  • Apr 23, 1969
    Roy Drusky records "Such A Fool" and "My Grass Is Green" at the Columbia Recording Studios in Nashville
    Apr 24, 1969
    Dave Dudley records "George (And The North Woods)" at the Columbia Recording Studios in Nashville
    Jul 7, 1969
    Tom T. Hall records "Homecoming" and "Shoeshine Man" at the Monument Recording Studio in Nashville
    Jan 28, 1970
    Roy Drusky records "Too Far Gone" and "Sunday Morning Coming Down" at Nashville's Monument Studio. Both songs will become hits for other artists--the former for Joe Stampley, the latter for Johnny Cash
    Jan 31, 1970
    Tom T. Hall appears at #1 on the Billboard country singles chart for the first time with "A Week In A Country Jail"
    Feb 2, 1970
    Tom T. Hall records "Salute To A Switchblade" in a late-night session at the Monument Studio in Nashville
    Mar 10, 1970
    Jerry Lee Lewis records "There Must Be More To Love Than This" in a 2 p.m. session at the Monument Studio in Nashville. He also cuts a version of "Life's Little Ups And Downs," a future Ricky Van Shelton hit
    Apr 30, 1970
    Bobby Bare records "How I Got To Memphis" and "Come Sundown" during an afternoon session at the Jack Clement Recording Studio in Nashville
    May 9, 1970
    Dave Dudley's single "The Pool Shark" tops the Billboard country singles chart
    Jun 11, 1970
    Roger Miller records the original versions of "Don't We All Have The Right" and "Tall, Tall Trees" at the Jack Clement Studios in Nashville. The songs later become hits for Ricky Van Shelton and Alan Jackson, respectively

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