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  • Dec 23, 1953
    Freddie Hart records the original version of his composition "Loose Talk." It becomes a hit in 1954 for Carl Smith and again in 1961 for Buck Owens & Rose Maddox
    Dec 23, 1953
    Teenager Jimmy Boyd and his mother file a lawsuit in Los Angeles charging an assault case initiated against him is an attempt at extortion. The original suit will eventually be dropped
    Dec 25, 1953
    Patti Page joins Perry Como and Eddie Fisher on the Christmas cover of TV Guide
    Dec 28, 1953
    Ray Price records "Release Me" and "I'll Be There (If You Ever Want Me)" in an evening session at the Castle Studio in Nashville
    Dec 29, 1953
    Carl Smith records "Back Up Buddy" at Nashville's Castle Studio
    Dec 29, 1953
    Webb Pierce is jailed and charged with drunk and disorderly conduct and with resisting arrest after forcing his way into the dressing room of female wrestler Cora Combs at the Hippodrome in Nashville. Combs goes by the pokey to ask for his release, saying she feels responsible
    Dec 30, 1953
    Eddy Arnold records "Just Call Me Lonesome" and "Hep Cat Baby" at the RCA Studios in New York
    Dec 30, 1953
    Pop singer Kitty Kallen records the original version of "Little Things Mean A Lot." It's remade by Margo Smith two dozen years later

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