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  • Jul 25, 1970
    "Tammy's Touch" takes Tammy Wynette to #1 on the Billboard country albums chart
    Jul 25, 1970
    Charley Pride goes to #1 on the Billboard country singles chart with "Wonder Could I Live There Anymore"
    Jul 25, 1969
    Neil Young performs for the first time with Crosby, Stills & Nash at New York's Fillmore East. Two of his songs become country hits: "Are You Ready For The Country," by Waylon Jennings; and "Love Is A Rose," by Linda Ronstadt
    Jul 25, 1969
    Led Zeppelin performs in Milwaukee. The show is witnessed by Eric Clapton, whose future includes the country hit "Lay Down Sally"
    Jul 25, 1968
    The Staple Singers sign with Stax Records. The group's "Touch A Hand, Make A Friend" later becomes a country hit for The Oak Ridge Boys
    Jul 25, 1967
    The London Times carries an ad that lobbies for the legalization of marijuana. It's signed by all four members of The Beatles, each of whom is destined to achieve some country success as a songwriter or recording artist
    Jul 25, 1966
    The Monkees record "Last Train To Clarksville" at RCA Studio A in Hollywood. More than 35 years later, the Country Music Foundation surprisingly ranks it among country's 500 greatest singles in the book "Heartaches By The Number"
    Jul 25, 1966
    Capitol releases Buck Owens' album "Carnegie Hall Concert"
    Jul 25, 1966
    Capitol releases Sonny James' "Room In Your Heart"
    Jul 25, 1965
    Folk singer/songwriter Bob Dylan angers the crowd when he plays his first electric concert at the Newport Folk Festival. For the last part of the show, he borrows a guitar from Johnny Cash. Also watching backstage: Bill Monroe

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