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  • Sep 24, 1970
    Merle Haggard collects nine nominations for the Country Music Association awards. His closest competition comes from Johnny Cash, Conway Twitty and Charley Pride, who earn four apiece
    Sep 24, 1970
    Billy Walker records "I'm Gonna Keep On Lovin' You" at Nashville's Monument Studio
    Sep 24, 1970
    Kenny Rogers & The First Edition appear on the NBC variety series "The Dean Martin Show." The episode--which also features Joe Namath and Paul Lynde--finds Martin crooning "Gentle On My Mind," "Everything Is Beautiful" and "Little Green Apples"
    Sep 24, 1970
    Roy Clark sings "Thank God And Greyhound" on NBC-TV's "The Flip Wilson Show," with Bobby Darin also among the guests. Clark and Wilson team on a medley of country songs including "Cool Water," "Cold, Cold Heart" and "Tennessee Border"
    Sep 24, 1969
    Eddy Arnold and Bobbie Gentry make return appearances on the NBC series "The Kraft Music Hall." Arnold performs his hits "That's How Much I Love You," "I'll Hold You In My Heart (Till I Can Hold You In My Arms)" and "Make The World Go Away"
    Sep 24, 1969
    Drummer Marty Mitchell is born in Trenton, New Jersey. He joins Ricochet in the 21st century, replacing Tim Chewning
    Sep 24, 1967
    Norma Jean marries furniture dealer Harold "Jody" Taylor at the Oklahoma City home of Wanda Jackson. The marriage spurred Norma Jean to surrender her role on "The Porter Wagoner Show"
    Sep 24, 1965
    Ernest Tubb performs "Filipino Baby" and "I'll Step Aside" on ABC's "The Jimmy Dean Show." Jody Miller offers "Silver Threads And Golden Needles" and "Queen Of The House," and John Davidson covers "Scarlet Ribbons (For Her Hair)." Dean closes the episode with "The Waltz You Saved For Me"
    Sep 24, 1965
    Wilma Burgess records her first hit, "Baby"
    Sep 24, 1964
    Buck Owens performs "Love's Gonna Live Here," "I Don't Care (Just As Long As You Love Me)," "Act Naturally" and "My Heart Skips A Beat" on ABC's "The Jimmy Dean Show." Molly Bee covers "Here Comes My Baby." Dean offers "Anytime," "Just A Little Lovin' (Will Go A Long, Long Way)" and "This Land Is Your Land"

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