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  • Nov 1, 1979
    Conway Twitty records "I'd Love To Lay You Down" during the afternoon at Nashville's Woodland Sound Studio
    Nov 1, 1979
    Tennessee Ernie Ford hosts as PBS shoots a special, "Songs Of A Lusty Land," at the Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville. The lineup includes Tom T. Hall, Merle Haggard, Kay Starr and The Sons Of The Pioneers
    Nov 2, 1979
    RCA releases Jerry Reed's remake of Hank Garland's "Sugar Foot Rag"
    Nov 2, 1979
    The Dirt Band performs the Rodney Crowell-penned "An American Dream" on the NBC-TV music show "The Midnight Special"
    Nov 2, 1979
    Bobbie Gentry and Jim Stafford have a son, Tyler Gentry Stafford, at Providence St. John's Medical Center in Santa Monica, California
    Nov 3, 1979
    Kenny Rogers' "You Decorated My Life" hits #1 on the Billboard country singles chart
    Nov 3, 1979
    At halftime of Tennessee's homecoming game, the marching band plays "Wabash Cannonball" and "I Saw The Light." Roy Acuff then plays four songs for the Neyland Stadium crowd of 85,000. The Rutgers Scarlet Knights beat the Volunteers, 13-7
    Nov 3, 1979
    Larry Gatlin & The Gatlin Brothers Band perform "All The Gold In California" and "We're Number One" on an episode of "Hee Haw." Other guests include Becky Hobbs and comedian Foster Brooks, who joins hosts Buck Owens and Roy Clark on the final number, "Oh Lonesome Me"
    Nov 4, 1979
    Kenny Rogers visits the Country Palace Bar, the "bar in Toledo" in which a real-life conversation by an anonymous couple inspired Hal Bynum to write "Lucille"
    Nov 4, 1979
    "The Last Waltz" premieres in New York. The film, documenting The Band's final concert, includes performances by Emmylou Harris, Neil Diamond, Eric Clapton, Neil Young, Van Morrison, Bob Dylan, Joni Mitchell, Ringo Starr and Pops Staples

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