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  • Aug 17, 1978
    Warner Bros. releases Rodney Crowell's debut album, "Ain't Living Long Like This." Four songs he wrote for the album become hits for others: "Leaving Louisiana In The Broad Daylight," "Voila, An American Dream," the title track and "Song For The Life"
    Aug 23, 1978
    Steve Martin nails down an RIAA-certified gold single for "King Tut," which features The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band in a backing role, billed as The Toot Uncommons
    Sep 8, 1978
    Warner Bros. releases Con Hunley's "You've Still Got A Place In My Heart"
    Sep 9, 1978
    Jack Warner, the founder of Warner Bros. Records, dies at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. At the time, the Warner/Reprise family's country acts include Emmylou Harris, Margo Smith and Donna Fargo
    Sep 11, 1978
    Warner Bros. releases T.G. Sheppard's "Daylight"
    Sep 26, 1978
    Buck Owens records "Play Together Again Again" in the evening at the Columbia Studios in Nashville. He records another version in March with Emmylou Harris
    Oct 4, 1978
    Exile's pop hit "Kiss You All Over" is certified gold by the RIAA
    Oct 10, 1978
    Exile's album "Mixed Emotions" is certified gold by the RIAA. It features the pop hit "Kiss You All Over"
    Oct 11, 1978
    Emmylou Harris & Don Williams record "If I Needed You" in a late-night session at the Jack Clement Studios in Nashville
    Oct 13, 1978
    Warner Bros. releases comedian Steve Martin's album "A Wild And Crazy Guy." It includes his single "King Tut," with The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band backing him under the name The Toot Uncommons

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