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  • Nov 1, 1969
    RCA Records releases the Elvis Presley double-album "From Memphis To Vegas/From Vegas To Memphis"
    Nov 1, 1969
    Keyboard player Dale Wallace is born in Vancouver, British Columbia. He replaces Chris Hartman in Emerson Drive in March 2003, just in time to join the band on stage in May to accept an Academy of Country Music award as Top New Vocal Group
    Nov 2, 1969
    Buck Owens, the co-host of CBS' "Hee Haw," performs "Tall Dark Stranger" on the network's variety offering "The Ed Sullivan Show." The lineup also features Petula Clark, Rodney Dangerfield and The Band, who deliver "Up On Cripple Creek"
    Nov 3, 1969
    Johnny Cash sings "Blistered" and "See Ruby Fall" on the ABC-TV show "The Music Scene." Among the episode's other performances: Della Reese doing "MacArthur Park," Bobby Sherman singing "I'll Be Your Baby Tonight" and R.B. Greaves with "Take A Letter Maria"
    Nov 4, 1969
    Rapper Sean "P. Diddy" Combs is born in Harlem. A successful artist and record company executive who reaches prominence in the 1990s, he's referenced in Brooks & Dunn's 2005 country hit "Play Something Country"
    Nov 5, 1969
    Jerry Reed records his million-selling "Amos Moses" at RCA Studio B in Nashville
    Nov 5, 1969
    Sonny James records "It's Just A Matter Of Time" at the Columbia Recording Studios on Music Row in Nashville
    Nov 5, 1969
    Eddy Arnold, host of "The Kraft Music Hall," welcomes pitcher Tom Seaver, of baseball's world champion New York Mets, to the NBC program
    Nov 5, 1969
    Waylon Jennings performs "MacArthur Park" on the CBS telecast of "The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour." Campbell also offers "Waterloo," "If I Were A Carpenter" and Stevie Wonder's "For Once In My Life"
    Nov 5, 1969
    Brook Benton records "Rainy Night In Georgia" at the Criteria Studios in Miami. The song becomes a country hit after it's remade by Hank Williams Jr.

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