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  • Jul 22, 1979
    Little Richard, who wrote Billy "Crash" Craddock's "Slippin' And Slidin'," preaches to a North Richmond, California, congregation: "If God can save an old homosexual like me, he can save anybody"
    Jul 22, 1977
    Johnny Cash becomes a grandfather as Cindy Cash and her husband, John Brock, welcome a daughter, Jessica Brock
    Jul 22, 1977
    Dolly Parton records "It's All Wrong, But It's All Right" at Sound Labs in Hollywood
    Jul 22, 1977
    United Artists releases Kenny Rogers' album "Daytime Friends"
    Jul 22, 1976
    Hattie Stoneman dies at Rutherford County Hospital in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, following a series of heart attacks. The widow of Ernest "Pop" Stoneman, she gave birth to the members of the award-winning Stoneman Family band and played fiddle on some of her husband's recording sessions
    Jul 22, 1975
    Gene and June Johnson welcome a daughter, Mattie Johnson. Dad will become the mandolin player in Diamond Rio
    Jul 22, 1975
    Sonya Isaacs is born in LaFollette, Tennessee. Signed as a solo artist to Lyric Street Records in the 1990s, she writes Martina McBride's "I'm Gonna Love You Through It" and provides backing vocals on Reba McEntire's "I'm Gonna Take That Mountain"
    Jul 22, 1972
    Phil Campbell, Alabama, throws a parade in honor of area native Sherry Bryce
    Jul 22, 1972
    Charley Pride lays claim to the #1 slot on the Billboard country singles chart with "It's Gonna Take A Little Bit Longer"
    Jul 22, 1971
    Columbia releases Lynn Anderson's "How Can I Unlove You"

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