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  • Sep 7, 1949
    Hank and Audrey Williams buy a home at 4916 Franklin Road in Nashville
    Oct 14, 1949
    Little Jimmy Dickens records "A-Sleepin' At The Foot Of The Bed" during the afternoon at Nashville's Castle Recording Studio
    Oct 22, 1949
    Bill Monroe records in Nashville for the first time, at the Castle Studio in the Tulane Hotel. The session includes "Can't You Hear Me Callin'," later the title for a Monroe biography. It also marks the first time Mac Wiseman records with Monroe
    Oct 25, 1949
    Ernest Tubb becomes a critic: The singer begins a six-month stint on Nashville's WMAK Radio, with a daily, one-hour show, "Ernest Tubb's Record Roundup," in which he offers his opinions on the latest releases
    Nov 7, 1949
    Red Foley records "Chattanoogie Shoe Shine Boy," hailed as the first million-selling country release cut in Nashville, at the Castle Studio in the Tulane Hotel, along with "Careless Kisses" and "I Gotta Have My Baby Back"
    Nov 8, 1949
    Ernest Tubb and Red Foley record "Tennessee Border No. 2" and "Don't Be Ashamed Of Your Age" at Nashville's Castle Recording Studio
    Nov 8, 1949
    Red Foley records "Just A Closer Walk With Thee" and "Steal Away" in Nashville
    Nov 9, 1949
    Ernest Tubb records three Top 10 hits at the Castle Studio in Nashville: "Letters Have No Arms," "I'll Take A Back Seat For You" and "Throw Your Love My Way"
    Nov 10, 1949
    Red Foley records "Sugarfoot Rag" in Nashville
    Dec 29, 1949
    Ernest Tubb records "I Love You Because," "Give Me A Little Old Fashioned Love" and "Unfaithful One" during an evening session at Nashville's Castle Studio

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