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  • Jan 1, 1978
    Alex Hawkins is a commentator on the CBS telecast of the NFC Championship Game, a Dallas Cowboys 23-6 victory over the Minnesota Vikings at Texas Stadium in Irving. Hawkins is listed as a co-writer on the 1992 Collin Raye country hit "That's My Story"
    Jan 2, 1978
    Keyboard player Chris Hartman is born in Grand Prairie, Alberta. He joins Canadian band Emerson Drive, which debuts in the U.S. in 2002. He leaves in March 2003, just two months before the group wins an Academy of Country Music award
    Jan 2, 1978
    Capitol releases Anne Murray's remake of The Everly Brothers' "Walk Right Back"
    Jan 3, 1978
    Merle Haggard records "I'm Always On A Mountain When I Fall"
    Jan 3, 1978
    Ronnie Milsap makes his first attempt at recording "Only One Love In My Life" at Woodland Sound in Nashville. He tackles it again three weeks later
    Jan 3, 1978
    Columbia releases Moe Bandy's "Soft Lights And Hard Country Music"
    Jan 3, 1978
    Eddie Rabbitt records "You Don't Love Me Anymore" during an afternoon session at the Quadraphonic Studios in Nashville
    Jan 5, 1978
    Columbia releases Marty Robbins' "Return To Me"
    Jan 5, 1978
    ABC/Dot becomes ABC Records as the Dot imprint is retired. The label represents Don Williams, Barbara Mandrell and The Oak Ridge Boys
    Jan 6, 1978
    Warner Bros. releases Emmylou Harris' album "Quarter Moon In A Ten Cent Town"

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