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  • Nov 4, 1978
    Tom T. Hall performs "I Wish I Loved Somebody Else" and "Mr. Bojangles" on "Hee Haw." Roy Clark contributes "A Whole Lotta Things To Sing About," and co-host Buck Owens chips in "The Year That Clayton Delaney Died." The episode also features musical guest Don Gibson
    Nov 4, 1978
    Barbara Mandrell earns her first #1 country single on the Billboard chart with "Sleeping Single In A Double Bed"
    Nov 6, 1978
    Donny & Marie Osmond nab a gold album from the RIAA for "Goin' Coconuts"
    Nov 7, 1978
    Bobby Borchers records "I'll Be Coming Back For More" and "I Had A Lovely Time" at the Fireside Studio in Nashville. The songs will subsequently find their niche as hits for T.G. Sheppard and The Kendalls, respectively
    Nov 7, 1978
    Janie Fricke records "I'll Love Away Your Troubles For Awhile" in an afternoon at Columbia Studio B in Nashville
    Nov 7, 1978
    Ronnie Milsap records with the Harlem Globetrotters at RCA Studio B in Nashville for an upcoming segment on "ABC's Wide World Of Sports"
    Nov 8, 1978
    Columbia releases the album "Willie & Family Live," including appearances by Johnny Paycheck and Emmylou Harris
    Nov 8, 1978
    Recent country hitmaker Tom Jones is a guest on "Dick Clark's Live Wednesday." Also on the NBC variety show: Charo, Milton Berle and Aretha Franklin
    Nov 8, 1978
    The Oak Ridge Boys record "Sail Away" during the afternoon at Woodland Sound Studio in Nashville
    Nov 8, 1978
    LS releases Cristy Lane's "I Just Can't Stay Married To You"

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