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  • Dec 5, 1969
    The Johnny Cash Show sets a record for New York's Madison Square Garden, attracting 21,000 people. The concert is issued as a live album in 2002 with appearances by June Carter, The Carter Family, Carl Perkins, The Statler Brothers and Tommy Cash
    Dec 5, 1969
    Singer/songwriter Ray Scott is born in Semora, North Carolina. He releases his debut album in 2005, but not before writing Clay Walker's hit "A Few Questions"
    Dec 5, 1968
    The movie "Killers Three" opens with Merle Haggard playing a sheriff who is accidentally shot to death by Dick Clark's character. The picture incorporates an instrumental version of "Mama Tried"
    Dec 5, 1967
    Buck Owens records "Sweet Rosie Jones" in an afternoon session at the Capitol Recording Studios in Hollywood
    Dec 5, 1967
    Gary Herzberg is born in Montebello, California. Under the stage name Gary Allan, the scratchy-voiced singer debuts in 1996, launching a string of hits that includes "Smoke Rings In The Dark," "Nothing On But The Radio," "Watching Airplanes" and "Every Storm (Runs Out Of Rain)"
    Dec 5, 1967
    Charlie Louvin records "Hey Daddy"
    Dec 5, 1966
    Stonewall Jackson records "Help Stamp Out Loneliness"
    Dec 5, 1966
    Capitol releases Merle Haggard's "The Fugitive"
    Dec 5, 1966
    French singer/songwriter Charles Aznavour appears with the King of the Road on NBC's "The Roger Miller Show"
    Dec 5, 1964
    The Grand Ole Opry dismisses 11 members for inadequate attendance: George Morgan, Billy Grammer, Johnny Wright, Ferlin Husky, Justin Tubb, Don Gibson, Faron Young, Stonewall Jackson, Kitty Wells, The Jordanaires and Ray Price

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