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  • Dec 27, 1967
    Columbia releases Bob Dylan's "John Wesley Harding," the second in a trio of albums he records in Nashville during the 1960s. One of its songs, "I'll Be Your Baby Tonight," becomes a country hit for Judy Rodman in 1987
    Dec 28, 1967
    Dean Martin and Polly Bergen team up on The Sons Of The Pioneers' western classic "Tumbling Tumbleweeds" during the week's installment of the NBC variety series "The Dean Martin Show"
    Dec 29, 1967
    Bandleader Paul Whiteman dies from a heart attack at Doylestown Hospital in Pennsylvania. Over a decade later, two of his earlier hits are revived for country fans: "Among My Souvenirs" by Marty Robbins, and "Without A Song" by Willie Nelson
    Dec 31, 1967
    Songwriter Bert Berns dies of a heart attack at the Oliver Cromwell Hotel in New York City. His pop classic "Piece Of My Heart" is recorded by Janis Joplin before becoming a country hit for Faith Hill

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