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  • Jun 17, 1970
    Mercury Records opens a new $450,000 studio in Nashville. As the Mercury Studio, and later as Sound Stage, it hosts hit sessions by Tom T. Hall, Jerry Lee Lewis, George Strait, Hank Williams Jr. and Chris Young, among others
    Jul 2, 1970
    Roy Drusky records the Joe South-penned "All My Hard Times" at the Mercury Recording Studio in Nashville
    Aug 6, 1970
    Dave Dudley records "Listen Betty (I'm Singing Your Song)" in a midday session at Nashville's Mercury Custom Recording Studio
    Aug 10, 1970
    Faron Young records a new version of his first hit, "Goin' Steady," at Nashville's Mercury Custom Recording Studios. The new rendition is also a hit
    Aug 31, 1970
    Tom T. Hall records "One Hundred Children" in an afternoon session at the Mercury Recording Studio in Nashville
    Sep 11, 1970
    The Statler Brothers record "Bed Of Rose's" at the Mercury Custom Recording Studio on Hawkins Street in Nashville
    Sep 26, 1970
    Jerry Lee Lewis tops the Billboard country singles chart with "There Must Be More To Love Than This"
    Sep 30, 1970
    Bobby Bare records "Please Don't Tell Me How The Story Ends" in the afternoon at Nashville's Mercury Custom Recording Studio
    Dec 3, 1970
    Dave Dudley records "Comin' Down" at Nashville's Mercury Recording Studio
    Dec 29, 1970
    Roy Drusky records "I Love The Way That You've Been Lovin' Me" in a midday session at Nashville's Mercury Recording Studio

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