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  • Oct 14, 1964
    Loretta Lynn records "Blue Kentucky Girl" and "Happy Birthday" at the Columbia Recording Studio in Nashville during an evening session
    Nov 16, 1964
    Decca releases Loretta Lynn's "Happy Birthday"
    Feb 15, 1965
    Decca releases the Loretta Lynn album "Songs From My Heart..."
    Mar 4, 1965
    Loretta Lynn records "The Home You're Tearin' Down" at the Columbia Recording Studios in Nashville
    Apr 5, 1965
    Decca releases Loretta Lynn's "Blue Kentucky Girl"
    Jun 14, 1965
    Decca releases Loretta Lynn's album "Blue Kentucky Girl"
    Jul 15, 1965
    Loretta Lynn becomes a grandmother at age 33 when her daughter, Betty Sue, gives birth to Loretta Lynn Shreeve at Nashville's Madison Hospital
    Aug 9, 1965
    Decca releases Loretta Lynn's solo single, "The Home You're Tearin' Down," plus "Ernest Tubb And Loretta Lynn," the first of three albums that feature both singers
    Sep 8, 1965
    The movie "Forty-Acre Feud" opens in Nashville. The cast includes: Bill Anderson, Loretta Lynn, Skeeter Davis, Roy Drusky, Ferlin Husky, George Jones, Minnie Pearl, Ray Price, Del Reeves, Hugh X. Lewis and guitarist Eddie Hill
    Nov 11, 1965
    Loretta Lynn records "You Ain't Woman Enough" and "Dear Uncle Sam" during an evening session at Nashville's Columbia Recording Studio

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