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  • Dec 1, 1967
    Country/pop singer Jimmie Rodgers is pulled over by a Los Angeles policeman for traffic violations. He is found two hours later in his car with a broken wrist and fractured skull, requiring three brain operations and the insertion of a steel plate
    Dec 1, 1967
    Ringo Starr, a future Grammy nominee in the country field, flies to Rome to begin filming the movie "Candy"
    Dec 1, 1967
    Nancy Ross gives birth to Polly Parsons, the only daughter of country-rock icon Gram Parsons, at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles
    Dec 3, 1967
    Singer/songwriter Wayne Kemp, the author of "The Image Of Me" and "Love Bug," is involved in an accident while touring in Moline, Illinois. Two of his band members are killed, and Kemp suffers serious burns
    Dec 5, 1967
    Jimmie Rodgers has surgery at Glendale Community Hospital in California to remove a blood clot from his brain. The operation comes four days after he was left unconscious in an encounter with police that he is unable to remember
    Dec 5, 1967
    Buck Owens records "Sweet Rosie Jones" in an afternoon session at the Capitol Recording Studios in Hollywood
    Dec 5, 1967
    Gary Herzberg is born in Montebello, California. Under the stage name Gary Allan, the scratchy-voiced singer debuts in 1996, launching a string of hits that includes "Smoke Rings In The Dark," "Nothing On But The Radio," "Watching Airplanes" and "Every Storm (Runs Out Of Rain)"
    Dec 5, 1967
    RCA releases the Charley Pride single "The Day The World Stood Still"
    Dec 5, 1967
    Charlie Louvin records "Hey Daddy"
    Dec 6, 1967
    Forty songwriters attend the inaugural meeting of the Nashville Songwriters Association International. They include Kris Kristofferson, Marijohn Wilkin, Eddie Miller, Boudleaux and Felice Bryant and Liz and Casey Anderson

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