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  • Feb 5, 1952
    Carl Smith records "It's A Lovely, Lovely World," "That's The Kind Of Love I'm Looking For" and "Are You Teasing Me" at the Castle Studio in Nashville
    Feb 8, 1952
    Ray Price records "Talk To Your Heart" during the afternoon at the Castle Studio in Nashville's Tulane Hotel. The performance is rejected, and the ultimate single--his first hit--is recorded six days later
    Feb 23, 1952
    Del Wood makes her Grand Ole Opry debut
    Feb 29, 1952
    Webb Pierce records "That Heart Belongs To Me" during the afternoon at the Castle Studio in Nashville
    Mar 1, 1952
    Faron Young holds his first recording session for Capitol Records at Nashville's Castle Studio, cutting the self-penned "Tattle Tale Tears"
    Mar 1, 1952
    Uncle Dave Macon makes his final appearance on the Grand Ole Opry
    Mar 4, 1952
    Ernest Tubb and his second wife, Olene, welcome their second daughter, Olene Gayle Tubb, in Nashville
    Apr 21, 1952
    Webb Pierce records "The Last Waltz" at Nashville's Castle Studio
    Apr 26, 1952
    Country gospel singer Martha Carson joins the Grand Ole Opry
    May 3, 1952
    Kitty Wells records "It Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels" at the Castle Studio in Nashville during her first session for Decca Records

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