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  • Aug 20, 1950
    Eddy Arnold records "The Lovebug Itch" at the Brown Brothers Studio on 4th Avenue in downtown Nashville
    Aug 21, 1950
    Hank Snow records "Rhumba Boogie" and "The Golden Rocket" during a late-night session at Nashville's Brown Radio Productions
    Aug 31, 1950
    Hank Williams records "Moanin' The Blues" and "Nobody's Lonesome For Me" at Nashville's Castle Studio in an afternoon session
    Sep 9, 1950
    Ernest Tubb records "(Remember Me) I'm The One Who Loves You" during the afternoon at Nashville's Castle Studio
    Sep 30, 1950
    The Grand Ole Opry is televised for the first time, as WSM-TV debuts on the air
    Oct 15, 1950
    Bill Monroe records the original version of "Uncle Pen" during an afternoon session in Nashville. The song references the fiddle classics "Soldier's Joy" and "Jenny Lynn"
    Oct 22, 1950
    Hank Snow records "Unwanted Sign Upon Your Heart" in the evening at Brown Radio Productions in Nashville
    Nov 3, 1950
    The Stanley Brothers record "I'm A Man Of Constant Sorrow" at the Castle Studio in Nashville. Their version of the song, which will be added to the Grammy Hall of Fame, provides a template for the version by the fictitious Soggy Bottom Boys used in the film "O Brother, Where Art Thou?"
    Nov 9, 1950
    Eddy Arnold records "There's Been A Change In Me" at the Brown Brothers Studio on 4th Avenue in downtown Nashville
    Nov 21, 1950
    A month after wrapping their deal with Mercury, Flatt & Scruggs hold their first recording session for Columbia at the Castle Studios in Nashville

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