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  • Jan 1, 1966
    Decca Records becomes a division of MCA. The label's roster includes Loretta Lynn, Conway Twitty, Ernest Tubb and Jack Greene
    Sep 16, 1969
    Neil Diamond records the pop hit "Sweet Caroline" at the American Studios in Memphis. It will be referenced in the lyrics of Old Dominion's 2016 country hit "Song For Another Time"
    Aug 9, 1971
    Elton John records "Tiny Dancer" at London's Trident Studios. The backing chorus includes Roger Cook, destined to write Don Williams' "I Believe In You" and George Strait's "I Just Want To Dance With You"
    Jun 14, 1972
    Marty Robbins holds his first session in a new contract with MCA at the Columbia Recording Studios in Nashville
    Jul 24, 1972
    After more than 20 years with Columbia Records, Marty Robbins signs a recording contract with MCA. He returns to Columbia within three years
    Jan 17, 1973
    Jack Greene records "I Need Somebody Bad" during the evening hours at Bradley's Barn in Mt. Juliet, Tennessee
    Jan 22, 1973
    MCA releases Brenda Lee's "Nobody Wins"
    Jan 22, 1973
    MCA issues the Jerry Wallace album "Do You Know What It's Like To Be Lonesome?"
    Jan 29, 1973
    MCA releases Bill Anderson's "If You Can Live With It (I Can Live Without It)"
    Feb 1, 1973
    MCA releases Marty Robbins' "Walking Piece Of Heaven"

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