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  • Sep 30, 1951
    Porter Wagoner makes his debut on KWTO Radio in Springfield, Missouri, where his instant popularity earns him a raise from $35 weekly to $70
    Sep 19, 1952
    Porter Wagoner holds his first RCA recording session, at KWTO Radio in Springfield, Missouri, beginning with a cover of Hank Williams' "Settin' The Woods On Fire"
    Sep 11, 1954
    Porter Wagoner records "A Satisfied Mind" and "Eat, Drink And Be Merry (Tomorrow You'll Cry)" at the KWTO Radio studio in Springfield, Missouri, at a cost of $40, two days after RCA let his contract lapse
    Sep 29, 1954
    Kitty Wells and Red Foley record the Roy Acuff-penned "As Long As I Live," "No One But You," "Make Believe ('Til We Can Make It Come True)" and "You And Me" during an evening session at the KWTO Studio in Springfield, Missouri
    Oct 8, 1955
    Sonny James joins the "Ozark Jubilee" radio show in Springfield, Missouri

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