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  • Oct 15, 1977
    Freddy Fender and Dottie West are musical guests on "Hee Haw," where Fender sings "If You Don't Love Me (Why Don't You Just Leave Me Alone)." Buck Owens sings "Under The Influence Of Love," and Roy Clark leads a group instrumental version of "The Wreck Of The Old '97"
    Oct 15, 1977
    Wynonna, Naomi and Ashley Judd move into an apartment in San Rafael, California, while Naomi studies nursing
    Oct 16, 1977
    Pop singer/songwriter/guitarist John Mayer is born in Bridgeport, Connecticut. Introduced nationally through his 2001 hit "No Such Thing," he will be namechecked in Luke Combs' 2017 single "One Number Away"
    Oct 16, 1977
    The Nashville Speedway hosts the first Marty Robbins World Open 500 stock car race
    Oct 17, 1977
    MCA releases "Olivia Newton-John's Greatest Hits"
    Oct 17, 1977
    "The Johnny Cash Christmas Special" is filmed at Nashville's Grand Ole Opry House with guests June Carter, Roy Clark, Jerry Lee Lewis, Roy Orbison, The Statler Brothers and Carl Perkins, who sings "Blue Suede Shoes"
    Oct 17, 1977
    RCA releases Dolly Parton's album "Here You Come Again"
    Oct 17, 1977
    MCA releases the Merle Haggard album "My Farewell To Elvis"
    Oct 18, 1977
    Songwriters Bobby Braddock and Curly Putman finish writing their first version of the funereal ballad "He Stopped Loving Her Today," then wait more than two years to see it recorded by George Jones
    Oct 19, 1977
    Debby Boone's pop and country single "You Light Up My Life" is certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America

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