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  • May 18, 1970
    Capitol releases Buck Owens' "The Kansas City Song"
    May 18, 1970
    Decca releases Bill Anderson and Jan Howard's remake of The Supremes' "Someday We'll Be Together"
    May 18, 1968
    Charley Pride's "The Country Way" rises to #1 on the Billboard country albums chart
    May 18, 1968
    Glen Campbell's "I Wanna Live" tops the Billboard country singles chart
    May 18, 1966
    Reprise releases Frank Sinatra's "Strangers In The Night." Produced by Jimmy Bowen, the single features Glen Campbell on guitar
    May 18, 1964
    Jim Reeves records "I Guess I'm Crazy," "Angels Don't Lie," "I Won't Come In While He's There" and "This Is It" during an evening session at RCA Studio B in Nashville
    May 18, 1964
    English rock band The Animals record "The House Of The Rising Sun." Dolly Parton earns a country hit with a 1981 remake
    May 18, 1963
    Roy Orbison begins a 21-date tour of England with The Beatles as his opening act. The Beatles become the headliners by the end of the tour
    May 18, 1961
    Claude King records the definitive version of his first hit, "Big River, Big Man," during an evening session at the Bradley Film & Recording Studio in Nashville
    May 18, 1961
    The Country Music Association begins its quarterly board meetings at the Deauville Hotel in Miami Beach. During the two-day gathering, the board votes to establish a Country Music Hall of Fame

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