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  • Oct 6, 1975
    Drummer Patrick Keeler is born in West Harrison, Indiana. In 2005, he becomes a member of The Raconteurs, a rock band that earns a Country Music Association awards nomination for "Old Enough," recorded with Ricky Skaggs and Ashley Monroe
    Feb 6, 1976
    Four months after a near-fatal plane crash, Earl Scruggs makes his return to the stage in Bloomington, Indiana. Scruggs travels to the show by bus
    May 30, 1976
    Marty Robbins drives the pace car at the Indianapolis 500. Johnny Rutherford wins at an average speed of 149 mph
    May 15, 1977
    Johnny Cash sings "Why Me" for an audience of 43,000 people at a Billy Graham Crusade in South Bend, Indiana. He also sings "Waitin' On The Far Side Banks Of Jordan" with June Carter
    Jun 26, 1977
    Elvis Presley performs what proves to be his final concert at Indianapolis' Market Square Arena. He becomes ill and is hospitalized overnight. His last song: "Can't Help Falling In Love"
    May 27, 1978
    Roy Clark serves as grand marshal of the Indianapolis 500 Festival Parade
    Sep 16, 1978
    Neil Young kicks off a tour at Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana. It marks the first time an artist has performed with wireless microphones, which become standard equipment in many rock and country shows in the ensuing decade
    Dec 23, 1978
    Crystal Gayle Day is declared in the singer's hometown of Wabash, Indiana
    Sep 18, 1979
    Tammy Wynette's hotel room is robbed in Princeton, Indiana. She loses $20,000 cash and $6,000 worth of jewelry
    Aug 23, 1982
    Dolly Parton is sent to a New York hospital after hemorrhaging during a concert in Indiana. She undergoes surgery Labor Day weekend for bleeding abdominal polyps

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