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  • Mar 25, 1953
    Webb Pierce records "It's Been So Long," "Don't Throw Your Life Away" and "There Stands The Glass" at Nashville's Castle Studio in the Tulane Hotel
    Mar 26, 1953
    Jim Denny and Webb Pierce create Cedarwood Publishing in Nashville. The publishing company represents songs by such writers as Mel Tillis, John D. Loudermilk, Marijohn Wilkin, Carl Perkins and Danny Dill
    Apr 11, 1953
    Patsy Cline, visiting from Winchester, Virginia, sings two songs on Ernest Tubb's Nashville radio show "The Midnite Jamboree"
    Apr 18, 1953
    Red Foley hosts the Prince Albert segment of the Grand Ole Opry for the final time
    May 16, 1953
    Jimmy Dean makes his Grand Ole Opry debut, introduced to the audience at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium by Carl Smith
    May 19, 1953
    Carl Smith records "Hey Joe!" during an evening session at Nashville's Castle Studio
    May 23, 1953
    Jim Reeves makes his Grand Ole Opry debut, singing "Mexican Joe"
    Jun 5, 1953
    Rex Allen records "Crying In The Chapel" at the Castle Studio in Nashville
    Jun 19, 1953
    Carl Smith records "Satisfaction Guaranteed" in a morning session at the Castle Studio in Nashville
    Jul 10, 1953
    Kitty Wells records "Hey Joe" and "I've Kissed You My Last Time" at Nashville's Castle Studio in the Tulane Hotel

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