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  • Dec 1, 1952
    Capitol releases Ferlin Husky's first version of "Gone," credited to Terry Preston
    Dec 1, 1952
    Margaret Morton is born in San Matea, California. In 1978, she marries "Love Is A Rose" songwriter Neil Young, her husband for 36 years
    Dec 1, 1952
    Decca releases Goldie Hill's first hit, "I Let The Stars Get In My Eyes"
    Dec 1, 1952
    Capitol releases Faron Young's first hit, "Goin' Steady"
    Dec 2, 1952
    Attorneys for Gene Autry and Oakley Haldeman ask a judge to delay a copyright suit filed by an Ohio woman who claims "Here Comes Santa Claus (Down Santa Claus Lane)" infringes on her "Sleepy-Town Journey." Haldeman, say the lawyers, is recovering from a heart attack
    Dec 4, 1952
    Eddy Arnold records "Eddy's Song" at the RCA Studios in New York
    Dec 4, 1952
    Rabon Delmore dies of lung cancer one day after his 36th birthday. Along with older sibling Alton Delmore, The Delmore Brothers were one of the genre's strongest duos during the 1930s, entering the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2001
    Dec 6, 1952
    Roy Acuff ends a 20-year association with Columbia Records
    Dec 6, 1952
    Webb Pierce snags a #1 country single in Billboard magazine with "Back Street Affair"
    Dec 6, 1952
    George Morgan records "(I Just Had A Date) A Lover's Quarrel"

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