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  • Dec 16, 1970
    The Tony Orlando & Dawn pop single "Knock Three Times" is certified gold by the RIAA. Billy "Crash" Craddock finds country success with the song the following year
    Apr 2, 1973
    Vicki Lawrence bags her only gold single from the RIAA with "The Night The Lights Went Out In Georgia," produced by Snuff Garrett. The song re-emerges in the 1990s as a country hit for Reba McEntire
    Apr 2, 1973
    Tony Orlando & Dawn receive a gold single from the RIAA for their pop hit "Tie A Yellow Ribbon 'Round The Old Oak Tree." The song subsequently becomes a country hit for Johnny Carver
    May 21, 1974
    Bell Records announces Clive Davis will be a consultant for the company. Davis, who signed Sonny James to Columbia several years earlier, eventually authorizes Arista's Nashville division, building careers for Alan Jackson and Brooks & Dunn

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