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  • Dec 1, 1979
    Charlie Daniels leads the Nashville Christmas Parade
    Dec 1, 1979
    The Hagers cover Merle Haggard's "Red Bandana" on the week's installment of "Hee Haw." Also aboard: Kenny Price, Lulu Roman, "McCloud" actor Dennis Weaver, Roy Clark and Buck Owens, who performs "Cut Across Shorty"
    Dec 1, 1979
    Anne Murray's "Broken Hearted Me" goes to #1 on the Billboard country singles chart
    Dec 2, 1979
    Debby Boone records "Are You On The Road To Lovin' Me Again" at the Jack Clement Studios in Nashville. The session also features "I Wish That I Could Hurt That Way Again," which will become a hit for T. Graham Brown six years later
    Dec 3, 1979
    Porter Wagoner & Dolly Parton record "If You Go, I'll Follow You" and "Making Plans"
    Dec 3, 1979
    Ronnie Milsap records "My Heart" at Groundstar Laboratory in Nashville
    Dec 4, 1979
    Dolly Parton records "Old Flames Can't Hold A Candle To You"
    Dec 4, 1979
    Columbia releases Bobby Bare's "Numbers"
    Dec 4, 1979
    Ronnie Milsap records "Why Don't You Spend The Night" in a morning session at Groundstar Lab in Nashville
    Dec 4, 1979
    Debby Boone records "Free To Be Lonely Again" during the evening at Nashville's Jack Clement Studios

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