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  • Mar 3, 1973
    Wanda Jackson, Tony Booth and pop singer Frankie Laine are the musical guests on the week's edition of "Hee Haw." The Hagers sing "Burning Love" during the episode
    Mar 3, 1973
    Songwriter Ben Peters wins Best Country Song, for "Kiss An Angel Good Mornin'," during the 15th annual Grammy awards at the Tennessee Theater in Nashville. The album it came from, "Charley Pride Sings Heart Songs," earns Best Country Vocal Performance, Male
    Mar 3, 1972
    Thirteen-year-old Tanya Tucker signs her first recording contract with Columbia
    Mar 3, 1972
    Nilsson's pop single "Without You" is certified gold by the RIAA. The song goes on to become a minor country hit for T.G. Sheppard
    Mar 3, 1971
    NBC's "The Kraft Music Hall" offers an abundance of Nashville musicians: Chet Atkins, Boots Randolph, Lynn Anderson and Floyd Cramer
    Mar 3, 1971
    Bobby Bare records "Lovin' Her Was Easier (Than Anything I'll Ever Do Again)" during an afternoon session at Nashville's Mercury Custom Studio. The Kris Kristofferson song becomes a hit 10 years later for Tompall & The Glaser Brothers
    Mar 3, 1971
    "The Johnny Cash Show" carries a circus theme, with performances of "Old Shep" and "The Big Rock Candy Mountain" on the set list. Cash also gathers The Statler Brothers and The Carter Family for "Jesus Loves Me"
    Mar 3, 1971
    Good times indeed: Ray Price receives his first gold album from the RIAA, recognizing "For The Good Times"
    Mar 3, 1971
    Brett Warren is born in Tampa, Florida. He and sibling Brad Warren form The Warren Brothers, nominated for an ACM award in 2001. They co-write Jason Aldean's "Lights Come On," Jerrod Niemann's "Drink To That All Night," Toby Keith's "Red Solo Cup" and Tim McGraw & Taylor Swift's "Highway Don't Care"
    Mar 3, 1970
    Johnny Cash and June Carter have a son, John Carter Cash, in Nashville

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