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  • Jan 5, 1973
    Epic releases Bob Luman's "Neither One Of Us"
    Jan 5, 1973
    Tanya Tucker records "What's Your Mama's Name"
    Jan 5, 1973
    Jan Howard holds a recording session at Bradley's Barn in Mt. Juliet, Tennessee. It proves to be her final studio date for Decca Records, ending an eight-year relationship
    Jan 5, 1973
    Columbia releases "Greetings From Asbury Park, N.J.," the debut album from singer/songwriter Bruce Springsteen. The Boss is destined to earn a country hit as the songwriter of Mel McDaniel's "Stand On It"
    Jan 5, 1972
    John Denver's album "Aerie" is certified gold by the RIAA
    Jan 5, 1972
    Epic releases Bob Luman's "When You Say Love"
    Jan 5, 1972
    Larry Gatlin holds his first recording session at the Monument Studios in Nashville
    Jan 5, 1972
    "Rod Serling's Night Gallery" features Jerry Wallace's recording of "If You Leave Me Tonight I'll Cry" in an episode titled "The Tune In Dan's Cafe." The NBC placement spurs the record's rise as a country hit
    Jan 5, 1971
    Charley Pride sings "I'd Rather Love You" on CBS-TV's "Hee Haw." The episode also features baseball player Mickey Mantle, "Gunsmoke" star Amanda Blake and series co-hosts Roy Clark and Buck Owens
    Jan 5, 1970
    The Everly Brothers have a return engagement on ABC's "The Music Scene," along with John Mayall and Pete Seeger

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