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  • Sep 24, 1952
    The Carlisles record "No Help Wanted" in Nashville
    Sep 27, 1952
    Sue Thompson makes her Grand Ole Opry debut
    Oct 8, 1952
    Goldie Hill records "I Let The Stars Get In My Eyes" in Nashville
    Oct 12, 1952
    Faron Young records his first hit, "Goin' Steady," plus "I Can't Wait (For The Sun To Go Down)" at the Castle Studio in Nashville's Tulane Hotel
    Oct 14, 1952
    Hank Snow records "Honeymoon On A Rocket Ship" in the evening at Nashville's Brown Brothers Studio
    Nov 3, 1952
    Roy Acuff and Eddy Arnold host the first live telecast from Nashville's Ryman Auditorium. The half-hour "Celebrities For Eisenhower," financed by the Republican party, airs in five Southern states
    Nov 3, 1952
    On the eve of the American presidential election, Roy Acuff leads a campaign rally for the Dwight Eisenhower/Richard Nixon Republican ticket at the Tennessee state capitol in Nashville
    Nov 22, 1952
    Radio station WSM hosts the first DJ Convention in Nashville. The gathering eventually metamorphosizes into Country Music Week, a series of events that includes the Country Music Association awards show
    Dec 7, 1952
    Webb Pierce records the Marty Robbins-penned "I'll Go On Alone," plus "That's Me Without You," during a morning session at Nashville's Castle Studio
    Jan 12, 1953
    Kitty Wells records "Paying For That Back Street Affair," a response to Webb Pierce's "Back Street Affair," at the Tulane Hotel's Castle Studio in Nashville

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