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  • Feb 1, 1967
    Claude Gray records "How Fast Them Trucks Can Go"
    Feb 1, 1965
    Keyboard player Dwayne Dupuy is born in Louisiana. He joins Ricochet around 2003, replacing original member Eddie Kilgallon
    Feb 1, 1965
    Don Gibson is admitted to Nashville's Baptist Hospital after he's found at the Biltmore Motel, unconscious from a drug overdose. The event is labeled a suicide attempt, triggered by domestic problems, though Gibson later denies trying to take his life
    Feb 1, 1964
    ABC's "Hootenanny" welcomes Flatt & Scruggs for a return engagement
    Feb 1, 1963
    Columbia releases Claude King's "Sheepskin Valley"
    Feb 1, 1962
    Jim Reeves records "That's When I See The Blues (In Your Pretty Brown Eyes)" during the evening at Nashville's RCA Studio B. His vocal is re-matched with new instrumental tracks six years later to build a posthumous hit
    Feb 1, 1962
    The Bradley Film & Recording Studio, the cornerstone of Nashville's Music Row, becomes Columbia Recording Studios as Owen Bradley sells the facility for $300,000
    Feb 1, 1960
    Loretta Lynn signs her first recording contract with Zero Records. The document requires just three pages
    Feb 1, 1960
    Phillips Records, affiliated with the Sun label, releases Charlie Rich's first charted single, "Lonely Weekends"
    Feb 1, 1960
    Capitol releases Hank Thompson's "A Six Pack To Go"

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