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  • Nov 20, 1954
    Gene Autry makes his first appearance on the Grand Ole Opry
    Dec 1, 1954
    Fred Rose dies in Nashville of a heart attack. Rose founded Acuff-Rose Publishing with Roy Acuff, produced Hank Williams and wrote "Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain." He is one of the first inductees in the Country Music Hall of Fame and Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame
    Dec 3, 1954
    In his second stab at the song, Webb Pierce records Jimmie Rodgers' "In The Jailhouse Now" at the Castle Studio in Nashville's Tulane Hotel
    Dec 7, 1954
    Marty Robbins records a remake of Elvis Presley's "That's All Right" during an evening session at Nashville's Castle Studio
    Dec 31, 1954
    Bill Monroe records "Wheel Hoss" in Nashville. Ricky Skaggs wins a Grammy award in 1985 for his recording of the song
    Jan 1, 1955
    Lester Flatt & Earl Scruggs move to Nashville to make regular appearances on WSM's radio and television stations, and the Grand Ole Opry
    Jan 6, 1955
    Red Sovine and Goldie Hill record "Are You Mine" at the Castle Studio in Nashville
    Jan 15, 1955
    Kitty Wells records "Makin' Believe" and "I'd Rather Stay Home" at the Bradley Studio on Hillsboro Road in Nashville
    Jan 21, 1955
    Carl Smith records "Wait A Little Longer Please, Jesus" during an evening session at Nashville's Castle Studio
    Jan 22, 1955
    Porter Wagoner makes his Grand Ole Opry debut

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