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  • Feb 1, 1965
    Don Gibson is admitted to Nashville's Baptist Hospital after he's found at the Biltmore Motel, unconscious from a drug overdose. The event is labeled a suicide attempt, triggered by domestic problems, though Gibson later denies trying to take his life
    Feb 1, 1965
    Keyboard player Dwayne Dupuy is born in Louisiana. He joins Ricochet around 2003, replacing original member Eddie Kilgallon
    Feb 2, 1965
    Roy Rogers & Dale Evans appear alongside Louis Armstrong and Jane Powell on an NBC episode of "The Bell Telephone Hour" celebrating "The American Song"
    Feb 2, 1965
    Brenda Lee joins "Hullabaloo" host Paul Anka for a medley of Elvis Presley hits: "Hound Dog," "Love Me Tender" and "Heartbreak Hotel." The NBC music show also features The Everly Brothers, Petula Clark and Jay & The Americans
    Feb 3, 1965
    "Shindig!" regular Leon Russell covers Hank Williams' "Jambalaya (On The Bayou)" during the ABC telecast. The episode also features Glen Campbell, Peter & Gordon and future record producer Russ Titelman
    Feb 4, 1965
    Confederate Railroad keyboard player Chris McDaniel is born in Rock Springs, Georgia. Leaning on southern rock, the band scores 1990s hits with "Trashy Women," "Queen Of Memphis" and "Daddy Never Was The Cadillac Kind"
    Feb 5, 1965
    Charlie Rich records "There Won't Be Anymore" at Nashville's RCA Studio B. It's nearly nine years before it actually becomes a hit
    Feb 6, 1965
    Jackie Gleason, who wrote Jimmy Dean's country hit "To A Sleeping Beauty," makes the cover of TV Guide
    Feb 10, 1965
    Lefty Frizzell records "She's Gone, Gone, Gone" at the Columbia Studios in Nashville
    Feb 11, 1965
    Roger Miller records "One Dyin' And A Buryin'" in Nashville

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