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  • Nov 21, 1974
    Earl Thomas Conley records "Tryin' To Beat The Morning Home" at Nashville's Woodland Sound. The song becomes a T.G. Sheppard hit five months later
    Mar 18, 1975
    Earl Thomas Conley records "I Have Loved You, Girl (But Not Like This Before)" for the first time at Woodland Sound Studio in Nashville. Another version of the song becomes a hit for Conley eight years later
    Sep 29, 1975
    Freddy Fender records "Wild Side Of Life" at Nashville's Woodland Sound Studios
    May 20, 1976
    Jimmy Dean earns his first gold single from the RIAA in 15 years, for "I.O.U."
    Mar 8, 1977
    Johnny Lee records his first hit, "Country Party," at Nashville's Sound Stage. The recording applies new lyrics to Rick Nelson's five-year-old pop hit "Garden Party"
    Jun 23, 1977
    GRT releases Alabama's first single, "I Wanna Be With You Tonight"
    Sep 8, 1977
    Ronnie McDowell claims the only gold single of his career, for his tribute to Elvis Presley, "The King Is Gone"

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