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  • Aug 13, 1951
    Webb Pierce records "Wondering" in an evening session at Nashville's Castle Recording Studio in the Tulane Hotel
    Aug 22, 1951
    Hank Snow is injured in a serious automobile accident in Nashville. He flips the vehicle twice, hitting a parked car and a telephone pole. Snow is taken to General Hospital with a skull fracture and multiple lacerations
    Sep 9, 1951
    Bass player and future record producer Buddy Killen moves to Nashville from Florence, Alabama. He goes on to direct hits for Exile, T.G. Sheppard and Ronnie McDowell, among others
    Sep 21, 1951
    Red Foley records "Alabama Jubilee" in Nashville
    Sep 26, 1951
    Red Foley records "Midnight," partially penned by Chet Atkins, at the Castle Studio in Nashville's Tulane Hotel
    Oct 8, 1951
    Hank Snow records "Music Makin' Mama From Memphis" and "The Gold Rush Is Over" during the evening in Nashville
    Oct 24, 1951
    Flatt & Scruggs record "'Tis Sweet To Be Remembered" and the original version of "Earl's Breakdown" at the Castle Studio in Nashville
    Nov 5, 1951
    Martha Carson records her signature song, "Satisfied," at the Castle Studio in Nashville's Tulane Hotel. The gospel tune never makes national country charts, but it helps her gain membership in the Grand Ole Opry
    Nov 13, 1951
    Ernest Tubb records "Somebody's Stolen My Honey" at Nashville's Castle Studio
    Nov 14, 1951
    Ernest Tubb and Red Foley record "Too Old To Cut The Mustard" at the Castle Studio during an evening session in Nashville

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