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  • Oct 5, 1977
    Bass player Dave Pomeroy moves to Nashville. Destined to become president of the local chapter of the Musicians Union, he provides the low notes on hits by Don Williams, Keith Whitley, Tracy Lawrence and Trisha Yearwood
    Oct 5, 1977
    Crystal Gayle records new versions of two songs she previously cut, "When I Dream" and "Ready For The Times To Get Better," at Jack's Tracks in Nashville. The new takes will become singles
    Oct 5, 1977
    "Southern Nights" earns an RIAA-certified gold album for Glen Campbell
    Oct 6, 1977
    RCA releases Dolly Parton's "Here You Come Again"
    Oct 7, 1977
    The movie "Oh, God!" premieres, with George Burns taking the part of the Supreme Deity. John Denver makes his movie debut as an everyday man chosen to bring His message to the people
    Oct 7, 1977
    Kenny Rogers hosts "The Midnight Special" on NBC, singing "Daytime Friends" and "Sweet Music Man." Debby Boone delivers "You Light Up My Life" alongside performances by Andy Gibb and B.J. Thomas
    Oct 7, 1977
    Kris Harmon files for divorce from Rick Nelson in Los Angeles
    Oct 7, 1977
    RCA releases the album "Elvis In Concert"
    Oct 7, 1977
    Johnny Cash sues Yashica Camera Corporation for $1 million for creating the impression he endorses their product. A commercial with a low-voiced man starts out, "Hello, I'm Johnny..." and fades to thunderous applause
    Oct 7, 1977
    "From Elvis Presley Boulevard, Memphis, Tennessee" becomes the 25th gold album awarded to The King by the RIAA

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