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  • May 23, 1951
    Happy birthday to you: Mac Wiseman has his first recording session as a solo artist, cutting sides for Dot Records
    Sep 15, 1956
    Dot releases Leroy Van Dyke's pop hit "Auctioneer"
    Dec 15, 1956
    Tab Hunter records a pop version of the just-released Sonny James hit "Young Love," using The Jordanaires on backing vocals
    Nov 29, 1963
    The pop hit "Sugar Shack" earns Jim Gilmer & The Fireballs a gold single from the Recording Industry Association of America. Gilmer goes on to become a Nashville music publisher and to manage Brad Paisley
    Mar 10, 1970
    Roy Clark records "I Never Picked Cotton" in a midday session at Bradley's Barn in Mt. Juliet, Tennessee
    Mar 13, 1970
    Roy Clark records "Thank God And Greyhound" during the evening hours at Bradley's Barn in Mt. Juliet, Tennessee
    Mar 18, 1970
    The Compton Brothers record "How Much More Can She Stand" at Bradley's Barn in Mt. Juliet, Tennessee. The song is remade the following year by Conway Twitty
    Jan 13, 1971
    Tommy Overstreet records "Gwen (Congratulations)" in a late-night session at the Jack Clement Studios in Nashville
    May 4, 1971
    Tommy Overstreet records "I Don't Know You (Anymore)" in an evening session at the Jack Clement Studios in Nashville
    Nov 3, 1971
    Donna Fargo records "The Happiest Girl In The Whole U.S.A." in Nashville

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