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  • Feb 17, 1979
    Conway Twitty performs "Boogie Grass Band" and "Your Love Had Taken Me That High" on "Hee Haw." Dave & Sugar serve up "Golden Tears" and "Tear Time." Buck Owens covers "Do You Wanna Make Love," and Roy Clark offers a version of "For The Good Times"
    Feb 17, 1978
    Wolfman Jack hosts an episode of "The Midnight Special" featuring million-sellers from 1977. Debby Boone sings "You Light Up My Life" and Crystal Gayle offers "Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue"
    Feb 17, 1978
    Randy Barlow records his first hit, "Slow And Easy," in an afternoon session at Nashville's Woodland Sound Studios
    Feb 17, 1978
    MCA releases Buddy Holly & The Crickets' "20 Golden Greats"
    Feb 17, 1977
    Mickey Gilley wins five ACM honors at Los Angeles' Shrine Auditorium: Entertainer of the Year, Top Male Vocalist, Album ("Gilley's Smokin'"), Single Record ("Bring It On Home To Me") and Song ("Don't The Girls All Get Prettier At Closing Time")
    Feb 17, 1976
    Dolly Parton records "All I Can Do" at Nashville's RCA Studio B
    Feb 17, 1976
    Asylum releases The Eagles' "Their Greatest Hits 1971-1975." It contains one certified country hit, "Lyin' Eyes"
    Feb 17, 1976
    Johnny Rodriguez marries flight attendant Diann Patterson at Brentwood United Methodist Church in Tennessee
    Feb 17, 1976
    Freddie Hart presents one of his paintings, "Daydreams Of Tomorrow," to the Country Music Hall of Fame in Nashville
    Feb 17, 1975
    Eck Robertson dies in Borger, Texas. The fiddler was best known for his performance of "Sally Gooden," recorded in July 1922, one day after he joined Henry Gilliland to conduct country music's very first session

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