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  • Oct 1, 1979
    Mickey Gilley flies from Texas to Memphis to encourage his cousin, Jerry Lee Lewis, to clean up his life before he kills himself
    Oct 2, 1979
    President Jimmy Carter holds a White House country luncheon attended by Johnny Cash, June Carter, The Oak Ridge Boys, Dolly Parton, Bill Monroe, Tom T. Hall, Ronnie Milsap, Glen Campbell and Dottie West
    Oct 2, 1979
    The Oak Ridge Boys, Loretta Lynn, Eddie Rabbitt, Johnny Cash, Tammy Wynette, Ronnie Milsap and Glen Campbell perform for president Jimmy Carter at Ford's Theatre in Washington, D.C., as NBC shoots "Country Superstars Of The '70s"
    Oct 3, 1979
    The California Angels baseball team, owned by Country Music Hall of Fame member Gene Autry, plays its first postseason game in their 19-year history, losing to the Orioles, 6-3, in a 10-inning game at Memorial Stadium in Baltimore
    Oct 3, 1979
    Jerry Reed records "Sugar Foot Rag" at Young 'Un Sound
    Oct 3, 1979
    Johnny Duncan records "I'm Gonna Love You Tonight (In My Dreams)" during the afternoon at Columbia Studio B in Nashville
    Oct 4, 1979
    Barcelona Apartments in Nashville files a suit against George Jones for $500 to recover two months of unpaid rent. Jones moved out of the building earlier in the week without leaving a forwarding address
    Oct 5, 1979
    One-time hitmaker Barbi Benton guests on ABC's "Fantasy Island"
    Oct 5, 1979
    MCA releases Brenda Lee's "Tell Me What It's Like"
    Oct 6, 1979
    John Conlee sings "Rose Colored Glasses" and "Before My Time" on "Hee Haw." Susie Allanson offers "Two Steps Forward And Three Steps Back," Roy Clark covers "Won't You Ride In My Little Red Wagon" and Buck Owens does "Love's Gonna Live Here." Clark and Owens team with Kenny Price on "Oh Lonesome Me"

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