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  • Nov 1, 1970
    Johnny Cash & June Carter perform "Help Me Make It Through The Night" on the CBS show "The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour." The episode also features Mel Tillis, Jerry Reed and Jackie DeShannon
    Nov 1, 1970
    Roy Clark performs his current hit, "Thank God And Greyhound," on CBS' "The Ed Sullivan Show." The evening also features Bobbie Gentry, R&B singer Melba Moore and comedian Richard Pryor
    Nov 2, 1970
    MGM president Mike Curb announces in New York that he's dropping 18 acts that promote hard drugs, including Connie Francis and The Cowsills. It later becomes evident the acts were all losing money. Curb goes on to activate Curb Records
    Nov 2, 1970
    Simon & Garfunkel record the pop hits "Cecilia" and "El Condor Pasa (If I Could)," featuring Nashville guitarist Fred Carter Jr., along with session musicians Joe Osborn, Larry Knechtel and Hal Blaine
    Nov 3, 1970
    Johnny Duncan records "I'd Rather Love You" at the Columbia Studio in Nashville. Seventeen days later, Charley Pride records the hit version of Duncan's song
    Nov 4, 1970
    Burl Ives guests on "The Johnny Cash Show" on ABC-TV, alongside Bobby Sherman, Floyd Cramer, The Carter Family and The Statler Brothers. Cash and June Carter work up the bluegrass classic "Rollin' In My Sweet Baby's Arms"
    Nov 5, 1970
    Heather and Jennifer Kinley are born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. They form a duo, The Kinleys, and win the Academy of Country Music's Top New Duo or Group award in 1998 on the heels of a debut album brimming with strong harmonies
    Nov 5, 1970
    The Everly Brothers perform Merle Haggard's "Mama Tried" on NBC's "The Dean Martin Show." The duo also teams with Martin for renditions of "Bye Bye Love" and "Your Cheatin' Heart"
    Nov 6, 1970
    Robert Goulet covers the Marty Robbins ballad "My Woman, My Woman, My Wife" on NBC's "The Flip Wilson Show"
    Nov 7, 1970
    Dorothy Shay, who earned a country hit with "Feudin' And Fightin'," appears in the NBC police drama "Adam-12"

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