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  • Oct 1, 1956
    Columbia releases Ray Price's double-sided single, "I've Got A New Heartache" backed with "Wasted Words"
    Oct 1, 1956
    Capitol releases Tennessee Ernie Ford's album "Hymns"
    Oct 1, 1955
    Rex Allen is a featured guest as Red Foley hosts ABC's "Ozark Jubilee"
    Oct 1, 1955
    "The Honeymooners" debuts as a weekly show on CBS-TV. The lead role of Brooklyn bus driver Ralph Kramden belongs to Jackie Gleason, who goes on to write Jimmy Dean's 1962 country recitation, "To A Sleeping Beauty"
    Oct 1, 1955
    Patsy Cline makes her final appearance with Bill Peer & His Melody Boys at the Brunswick Moose Hall in Winchester, Virginia, ending a three-year relationship. During that time, Peer gave the former Virginia Hensley her stage name
    Oct 1, 1955
    George Jones makes his debut on "The Louisiana Hayride"
    Oct 1, 1953
    The Alan Ladd western "Shane" debuts in theaters. The picture will be referenced in The Statler Brothers' 1977 country hit "The Movies"
    Oct 1, 1953
    Hugh Hefner founds Playboy magazine in Chicago. Two decades later, he establishes Playboy Records, generating hits for Mickey Gilley, Bobby Borchers and Playboy model Barbi Benton
    Oct 1, 1953
    Kitty Wells and Red Foley record "One By One" in an afternoon session at the Castle Studio in Nashville
    Oct 1, 1951
    Decca releases Webb Pierce's first hit, "Wondering"

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