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  • Oct 1, 1969
    Glen Campbell performs "True Grit" as he launches the new season of CBS-TV's "The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour." His guests include Sarah Vaughan, Bill Medley and comedian George Burns
    Oct 1, 1969
    Skeeter Davis records "I'm A Lover (Not A Fighter)" in Nashville
    Oct 1, 1969
    Loretta Lynn records "Coal Miner's Daughter" and two additional hits, "You Wanna Give Me A Lift" and "Wings Upon Your Horns," during a productive evening at Bradley's Barn in Mt. Juliet, Tennessee
    Oct 3, 1969
    Gwen Stefani is born in Fullerton, California. She comes to prominence as the lead singer of the rock band No Doubt. Through her role as a judge on NBC's "The Voice," she becomes romantically involved with Blake Shelton, teaming with him on the Top 15 country hits "Go Ahead And Break My Heart" and "Nobody But You"
    Oct 3, 1969
    Glen Campbell, the host of his own TV show, guests on ABC's "Jimmy Durante Presents The Lennon Sisters Hour"
    Oct 4, 1969
    Stoney Cooper checks in at Nashville's Baptist Hospital with pneumonia
    Oct 4, 1969
    Johnny Cash and Kenny Rogers & The First Edition are featured in NBC's guest lineup on "The Andy Williams Show"
    Oct 4, 1969
    Sonny James' remake of Ivory Joe Hunter's "Since I Met You Baby" climbs to #1 on the Billboard country singles chart
    Oct 4, 1969
    "Hee Haw" star Junior Samples has a heart attack in Greenville, South Carolina
    Oct 5, 1969
    In his only postseason appearance for the "Miracle Mets," Tug McGraw picks up a save while pitching three scoreless innings in an 11-6 win against the Atlanta Braves in the National League playoffs. McGraw is the father of Tim McGraw

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