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  • Nov 29, 1965
    Future country star Chris Hillman appears on "Hullabaloo" as a member of The Byrds, performing Bob Dylan's "The Times They Are A-Changin'." The NBC show also features Michael Landon, Jackie DeShannon and Paul Revere & The Raiders
    Nov 29, 1965
    Johnny Cash records the political satire "The One On The Right Is On The Left" in Nashville at the Columbia Recording Studios
    Nov 29, 1964
    Warner Mack is injured in a snow-related car accident near Princeton, Indiana
    Nov 29, 1963
    The pop hit "Sugar Shack" earns Jim Gilmer & The Fireballs a gold single from the Recording Industry Association of America. Gilmer goes on to become a Nashville music publisher and to manage Brad Paisley
    Nov 29, 1961
    Guitarist Duke Levine is born in Worcester, Massachusetts. He works with Mary Chapin Carpenter, backing her on "Somewhere Down Below The Mason Dixon Line," her contribution to the 1997 album "The Songs Of Jimmie Rodgers: A Tribute"
    Nov 29, 1961
    The Grand Ole Opry comes to Carnegie Hall, with Patsy Cline, Grandpa Jones, Bill Monroe, Minnie Pearl, Marty Robbins, Jim Reeves, Faron Young and The Jordanaires. The performance benefits the Musicians' Aid Society. In the crowd: Jimmy Dean and comic Jack Benny
    Nov 29, 1959
    "The Battle Of New Orleans" wins Song of the Year for composer Jimmy Driftwood and Best Country & Western Performance for Johnny Horton during the second annual Grammy Awards
    Nov 29, 1958
    Conway Twitty performs on "The Perry Como Show"
    Nov 29, 1954
    Colleen Evelyn Paul dies at St. Vincent's Hospital in New York, following an operation for a breathing issue just four days after she was born. She was the child of Les Paul & Mary Ford
    Nov 29, 1954
    The McGuire Sisters record the pop hit "Sincerely," which becomes a country hit for The Forester Sisters in 1988

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