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  • Jun 25, 1965
    Eddy Arnold records "Make The World Go Away" at RCA Studio A in Nashville. Cameras capture the session for the ABC-TV series "The Jimmy Dean Show"
    Jun 25, 1963
    The Wilburn Brothers record "Tell Her So"
    Jun 25, 1962
    Decca releases Bill Anderson's "Mama Sang A Song"
    Jun 25, 1959
    "Lonely Teardrops" songwriter Berry Gordy Jr. and Raynoma Mayberry Liles have a son, Kerry Berry, in Detroit
    Jun 25, 1958
    The movie "Summer Love" debuts in New York City. Country music's Molly Bee is a co-star with Rod McKeuen
    Jun 25, 1956
    Decca releases Webb Pierce's remake of Jimmie Rodgers' "Any Old Time"
    Jun 25, 1956
    Porter Wagoner records "Tryin' To Forget The Blues" in the evening at the RCA Studios on McGavock Street in Nashville
    Jun 25, 1954
    Keyboard player David Paich is born in Los Angeles. Best known as a member of the rock band Toto, he also appears as a supporting musician on the Glen Campbell hits "Rhinestone Cowboy" and "Southern Nights"
    Jun 25, 1952
    Don Gibson signs with Columbia Records, his third label. He holds three recording sessions for the company over the next two years
    Jun 25, 1947
    Ray Milland stars as the comedy "The Trouble With Women" opens. Former Grand Ole Opry performer Lee "Lasses" White has a minor role in the picture

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