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  • Nov 1, 1977
    ABC/Dot releases The Oak Ridge Boys' "You're The One"
    Nov 1, 1977
    Johnny Cash and June Carter visit Jerusalem, where the couple meets Israeli prime minister Menahem Begin
    Nov 2, 1977
    Warner Bros. releases Emmylou Harris' "To Daddy," written by Dolly Parton
    Nov 2, 1977
    Mel Tillis records "What Did I Promise Her Last Night"
    Nov 3, 1977
    A Santa Monica judge orders "You Ain't Going Nowhere" songwriter Bob Dylan to return his children to the custody of his estranged wife, Sara, now living in Hawaii
    Nov 3, 1977
    The Kendalls record "It Don't Feel Like Sinnin' To Me" during an evening session at Nashville's LSI Sound
    Nov 4, 1977
    Elvis Presley picks up a gold album from the RIAA for "Elvis Sings The Wonderful World Of Christmas"
    Nov 5, 1977
    Don Williams reaches the top spot on the Billboard country singles chart with "I'm Just A Country Boy"
    Nov 5, 1977
    Loretta Lynn sings "Why Can't He Be You" and "She's Got You" on TV's comedic "Hee Haw." The Sons Of The Pioneers perform "Tumbling Tumbleweeds," and Buck Owens covers "Hillbilly Fever"
    Nov 5, 1977
    Bobby Bare sings "Detroit City" and "Miller's Cave" on the syndicated "Pop! Goes The Country." Chet Atkins plays a Beatles medley that includes "Something" and "Lady Madonna." Bare, Atkins, host Ralph Emery and comedian Ruth Buzzi perform "You Are My Sunshine" as the final credits roll

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