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  • Jun 25, 1976
    Songwriter Johnny Mercer dies in Los Angeles. Noted for writing such pop classics as "Days Of Wine And Roses" and "Moon River," he also co-founded Capitol Records, a launching pad for such acts as Keith Urban, Merle Haggard and Garth Brooks. Tom T. Hall will have a country hit with Mercer's song "P.S. I Love You"
    Jun 25, 1976
    Sonny James guests as Natalie Cole hosts NBC's "The Midnight Special"
    Jun 25, 1976
    Warner Bros. releases Buck Owens' album "Buck 'Em," his first LP for a label other than Capitol in more than 15 years
    Jun 25, 1975
    Roy Clark is hospitalized in Nashville with bronchial pneumonia
    Jun 25, 1974
    Colorado governor John Vanderhoof proclaims John Denver the state's poet laureate
    Jun 25, 1974
    Charlie Rich records "I Love My Friend" at the Columbia Recording Studios on Music Row in Nashville
    Jun 25, 1972
    Marty Robbins finishes 40th in a 1972 Dodge in the Lone Star 500 at College Station's Texas World Speedway
    Jun 25, 1970
    Tammy Wynette records "Run, Woman, Run" at the Columbia Recording Studios on Music Row in Nashville
    Jun 25, 1970
    Hank Williams Jr. and Lois Johnson record Don Everly's "So Sad (To Watch Good Love Go Bad)" in Nashville
    Jun 25, 1969
    "In The Ghetto" earns Elvis Presley an RIAA-certified gold single

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