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  • Mar 27, 1953
    Columbia releases Carl Smith's two-sided hit, "Orchids Mean Goodbye" and "Just Wait 'Til I Get You Alone"
    Mar 27, 1953
    Merle Travis begins work on "From Here To Eternity," a motion picture that has him on screen in several scenes and features his performance of "Re-Enlistment Blues"
    Mar 27, 1952
    Sam Phillips' Sun Records releases its first record, "Blues In My Condition" and "Sellin' My Stuff" by Jackie Boy and Little Walter. Three years later, the label will spawn such acts as Elvis Presley, Carl Perkins and Jerry Lee Lewis
    Mar 27, 1951
    Songwriter Kent Blazy is born in Woodstock, New York. He authors Garth Brooks' "If Tomorrow Never Comes," Gary Morris' "Headed For A Heartache" and Chris Young's "Gettin' You Home (The Black Dress Song)," among others
    Mar 27, 1951
    Red Foley records "(There'll Be) Peace In The Valley (For Me)" at the Castle Studio in Nashville's Tulane Hotel
    Mar 27, 1950
    Kitty Wells records "How Far Is Heaven" at Brown Radio Productions in Nashville. An early staple of her live shows, the song is re-recorded five years later as a duet with daughter Carol Sue Wright
    Mar 27, 1950
    Johnnie & Jack record their first hit record, "Poison Love"
    Mar 27, 1947
    Ira Louvin has his first recording session, playing mandolin for Charlie Monroe & His Kentucky Partners at RCA's Chicago studios
    Mar 27, 1947
    Tex Williams records Capitol Records' first million-seller, "Smoke! Smoke! Smoke! (That Cigarette)," at Radio Recorders in Los Angeles, one day after writing the song with Merle Travis
    Mar 27, 1941
    Songwriter/record executive Elroy Kahanek is born. He authors Tracy Lawrence's "Somebody Paints The Wall," Eddy Raven's "She's Playing Hard To Forget" and T.G. Sheppard's "Tryin' To Beat The Morning Home"

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