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  • Oct 16, 1972
    Loretta Lynn becomes the first woman to win the Country Music Association's Entertainer of the Year in the sixth annual awards at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium. She also takes Female Vocalist and shares Vocal Duo with Conway Twitty
    Jan 13, 1973
    Ernest Tubb celebrates 30 years as a Grand Ole Opry member at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium. During the evening, he performs "Waltz Across Texas," "Walking The Floor Over You" and "Let's Say Goodbye Like We Said Hello"
    Jan 20, 1973
    Jerry Lee Lewis makes his Grand Ole Opry debut, breaking two promises: he won't sing rock & roll, and won't swear. The set list boasts "Another Place, Another Time," "Johnny B. Goode," "Great Balls Of Fire" and "Whole Lot Of Shakin' Going On"
    Apr 28, 1973
    Conway Twitty makes his Grand Ole Opry debut at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, performing "She Needs Someone To Hold Her (When She Cries)," "Hello Darlin'" and "Baby's Gone"
    Jul 14, 1973
    Tompall & The Glaser Brothers perform on the Grand Ole Opry in their last appearance as members. The date includes their former hit "Rings"
    Jul 21, 1973
    Jeanne Pruett joins the Grand Ole Opry, the last artist added before the show transfers from Nashville's Ryman Auditorium to the Grand Ole Opry House. She performs "Satin Sheets" and "Love Me"
    Oct 15, 1973
    Chet Atkins and the late Patsy Cline are named to the Country Music Hall Of Fame during the seventh annual Country Music Association awards at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville
    Oct 15, 1973
    Charlie Rich wins three times in the seventh annual CMA awards at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium. Rich takes Male Vocalist of the Year, while "Behind Closed Doors" claims Single of the Year and provides the title for the Album of the Year
    Oct 27, 1973
    Southern comedian Jerry Clower joins the Grand Ole Opry cast during a performance at the Ryman Auditorium. He becomes the last new member added before the show relocates to the Grand Ole Opry House
    Dec 8, 1973
    Skeeter Davis sings "Amazing Grace" on the Grand Ole Opry and speaks out against Nashville police for arresting members of a "Christ Is The Answer" rally, made up predominantly of "hippies." As a result, the Opry suspends her for 15 months

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