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  • Nov 1, 1965
    Decca releases Wilma Burgess' first hit, "Baby"
    Nov 1, 1965
    Kris Kristofferson arrives in Nashville, where he takes a job as a janitor at the Columbia Recording Studios. The gig is an intermediate step before he becomes one of the town's most influential songwriters
    Nov 1, 1965
    The Lovin' Spoonful covers the Little Jimmy Dickens novelty "May The Bird Of Paradise Fly Up Your Nose" on NBC's "Hullabaloo"
    Nov 2, 1965
    Tommy Collins records "If You Can't Bite, Don't Growl"
    Nov 4, 1965
    Porter Wagoner records "Skid Row Joe"
    Nov 5, 1965
    George Jones performs at a nightclub in La Porte, Texas. The next morning, fan club secretary Jacqueline Young is found beaten and strangled to death in a convertible parked in a pasture outside of town
    Nov 5, 1965
    Decca releases the album "Bright Lights And Country Music" by Bill Anderson and The Po' Boys
    Nov 5, 1965
    Bobby Bare performs "Detroit City" and "Gotta Travel On" as a guest on ABC's "The Jimmy Dean Show." Dean delivers "Oh Lonesome Me" and "The First Thing Ev'ry Morning (And The Last Thing Ev'ry Night)"
    Nov 6, 1965
    Naomi Judd's brother, Brian, dies of tumors at age 17
    Nov 6, 1965
    Future country star Billy Joe Royal performs "Down In The Boondocks" on the weekly ABC music show "Shindig!" The lineup is filled out by Jackie Wilson, Fontella Bass and The Rolling Stones

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