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  • Oct 2, 1976
    Two members of Willie Nelson's road crew, James "Poodie" Locke and Steven Koepke, are arrested and charged with posession of marijuana at a motel room in Baton Rouge, Louisiana
    Oct 2, 1976
    Donna Fargo sings "I've Loved You All Of The Way" and Red Sovine performs "Teddy Bear" on TV's "Hee Haw." Performances from the cast's regulars include Buck Owens' "Waitin' In Your Welfare Line," Roy Clark's cover of "Country Is" and the Hagers' take on "Drinkin' My Baby (Off My Mind)"
    Oct 2, 1976
    Jim Stafford hosts the second installment of TV's syndicated "Music Hall America." Guests include Mickey Newbury, The Oak Ridge Boys and The Charlie Daniels Band
    Oct 2, 1976
    Kenny Rogers guests on Dolly Parton's syndicated variety show "Dolly." The two join voices on "Spanish Eyes," "Brown Eyed Handsome Man" and "Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain." Parton also sings "Knock Three Times" and "Joshua"
    Oct 2, 1976
    Glen Campbell records "Southern Nights," written by Allen Toussaint, at the Capitol Recording Studios in Los Angeles
    Oct 2, 1975
    Tammy Wynette checks in to Memorial Hospital in Cheyenne, Wyoming, with an undisclosed illness
    Oct 2, 1974
    Jerry Lee Lewis records "I Can Still Hear The Music In The Restroom" at the Mercury Recording Studio in Nashville
    Oct 2, 1974
    ABC releases Billy "Crash" Craddock's "Ruby, Baby"
    Oct 2, 1972
    Decca releases the Loretta Lynn album "Here I Am Again"
    Oct 2, 1972
    Decca releases the Cal Smith album "I've Found Someone Of My Own"

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