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  • Oct 2, 1952
    Shelia Shipley Biddy is born in Scottsville, Kentucky. In 1993, she becomes the first woman named to head a major country label when MCA re-activates Decca
    Oct 3, 1952
    "The Adventures Of Ozzie & Harriet" debuts on ABC-TV, with 11-year-old Ricky Nelson in a regular role
    Oct 4, 1952
    RCA releases Porter Wagoner's debut single, "Settin' The Woods On Fire"
    Oct 4, 1952
    "Jambalaya (On The Bayou)" lifts Hank Williams to the top position on the Billboard country singles chart
    Oct 7, 1952
    Lefty Frizzell records "I'm An Old, Old Man (Tryin' To Live While I Can)" at the Jim Beck Studio in Dallas, Texas
    Oct 7, 1952
    Red Foley records "Don't Let The Stars Get In Your Eyes"
    Oct 8, 1952
    Goldie Hill records "I Let The Stars Get In My Eyes" in Nashville
    Oct 8, 1952
    NBC debuts "Scott Music Hall," hosted by Patti Page, the singing rage
    Oct 9, 1952
    Red Foley records "Slaves Of A Hopeless Love Affair"
    Oct 10, 1952
    Columbia releases Gene Autry's holiday duet with Rosemary Clooney, "The Night Before Christmas Song"

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