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  • Jan 19, 1959
    Tennessee Ernie Ford guests on the CBS sitcom "The Danny Thomas Show" as Kentucky Cal, a stranger the kids invite to dinner
    Jan 19, 1959
    Jim Reeves begins a five-week run at #1 on the Billboard country singles chart with "Billy Bayou," written by Roger Miller
    Jan 19, 1958
    Stephanie Davis is born in Bridger, Montana. She co-writes the Garth Brooks hits "We Shall Be Free" and "Learning To Live Again"
    Jan 19, 1958
    Hank Locklin records "It's A Little More Like Heaven" at Nashville's RCA Studio B
    Jan 19, 1957
    Johnny Cash makes his first network TV appearance, on CBS' "The Jackie Gleason Show," where he sings "I Walk The Line." Also appearing on the broadcast: Johnny Horton and Marty Robbins
    Jan 19, 1956
    Faron Young records "I've Got Five Dollars And It's Saturday Night," "Turn Her Down" and "You're Still Mine" in Nashville
    Jan 19, 1954
    EMI announces it will gain controlling interest of Capitol Records. The label already represents Merle Travis and Tennessee Ernie Ford, and will go on to house such artists as Garth Brooks, Merle Haggard, Buck Owens and Lady Antebellum
    Jan 19, 1954
    Kitty Wells records "Release Me" at Nashville's Castle Studio in the Tulane Hotel
    Jan 19, 1954
    Johnny Bond records "10 Little Bottles" at his home studio in Burbank, California. It's another 10 little years before a different Bond version of the song becomes a hit
    Jan 19, 1954
    George Jones conducts his first recording session at a makeshift studio in the Beaumont, Texas, home of Starday Records co-owner Jack Starnes, recording "No Money In This Deal"

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