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  • Apr 15, 1965
    Roger Miller records "Engine Engine #9" in Nashville
    May 19, 1965
    Roger Miller receives a gold single from the RIAA for "King Of The Road"
    May 31, 1965
    Roger Miller records "Kansas City Star" in Nashville
    Aug 10, 1965
    Roger Miller records "England Swings" in Nashville
    Sep 1, 1965
    "The Return Of Roger Miller" becomes the singer's first RIAA-certified gold album
    Sep 25, 1965
    Roger Miller hits #1 on the Billboard country albums chart with "The 3rd Time Around"
    Jan 9, 1966
    Roger Miller records "Husbands And Wives" and "I've Been A Long Time Leavin' (But I'll Be A Long Time Gone)" in Nashville
    Feb 11, 1966
    Roger Miller picks up a gold album from the RIAA for his "Golden Hits"
    Feb 14, 1966
    Roger Miller gets a whopping nine nominations in the Grammy awards, with "King Of The Road" in the running for Record of the Year. Jody Miller's satire, "Queen Of The House," is nominated for Best Country Vocal by a Female
    Aug 4, 1966
    Roger Miller achieves an RIAA-certified gold album for "Dang Me"

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