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  • Sep 19, 1953
    The first full-time country station, KDAV, debuts in Lubbock, Texas. Among those who work for the station: Buddy Holly, who's frequently visited in the studio by rival disc jockey Waylon Jennings
    Nov 8, 1953
    Buddy Holly makes his radio debut, performing Hank Williams' "Your Cheatin' Heart" on "The Buddy And Jack Show" on KDAV in Lubbock, Texas
    Nov 10, 1953
    Buddy Holly makes his first recording, playing guitar as one-half of Buddy & Jack at the studios at country radio station KDAV in Lubbock. Holly becomes the first to produce a session on Waylon Jennings

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