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  • Mar 26, 1952
    NBC's "The Kate Smith Evening Hour" presents a package of country guests: The Carter Sisters, Roy Acuff and Hank Williams, who performs "Hey, Good Lookin'" and "I Saw The Light"
    Apr 23, 1952
    Hank Williams makes his second appearance on NBC-TV's "The Kate Smith Hour," performing "Cold, Cold Heart"
    Jun 26, 1952
    The "Wayne King" music series ends a three-year run on NBC-TV's Midwest network. The show's theme song, "The Waltz You Saved For Me," becomes a country hit 10 years later for Ferlin Husky
    Jul 15, 1952
    At the age of eight, Gladys Knight receives $2,000 as the winner of "The Original Amateur Hour," hosted by Ted Mack on NBC-TV. She goes on to receive a nomination from the Country Music Association in 1994
    Oct 8, 1952
    NBC debuts "Scott Music Hall," hosted by Patti Page, the singing rage
    Dec 28, 1952
    An episode of NBC's "The Roy Rogers Show" features a young Charles Bronson in the role of a killer. Titled "The Knockout," the installment naturally includes Dale Evans and Pat Brady
    Jan 14, 1953
    Roy Rogers is the surprise subject of NBC-TV's "This Is Your Life." During the show, he's persuaded to sing "Tumbling Tumbleweeds" with The Sons Of The Pioneers
    Jul 7, 1953
    "The Eddy Arnold Show" begins a short stint as an NBC summer replacement series
    Aug 26, 1953
    Nearly 11 months after its debut, the Patti Page-hosted "Scott Music Hall" airs for the last time on NBC-TV
    Nov 2, 1953
    Pee Wee King appears on NBC-TV's daytime show "The Kate Smith Hour"

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