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  • Feb 1, 1967
    Joe Tex records the R&B hit "Show Me" at the Columbia Recording Studios in Nashville. Barbara Mandrell earns a country hit by covering the song in 1972
    Feb 1, 1967
    Burl Ives guests on "The Danny Kaye Show" on CBS-TV
    Feb 1, 1967
    Claude Gray records "How Fast Them Trucks Can Go"
    Feb 2, 1967
    Decca releases the album "Wilma Burgess Sings Misty Blue"
    Feb 6, 1967
    Singer/songwriter/guitarist Anita Cochran is born in Pontiac, Michigan. She attains a hit in 1997 when Steve Wariner joins her for "What If I Said"
    Feb 6, 1967
    Wade Jackson joins the American Federation of Musicians' Local 257 in Nashville. He wrote one of brother Stonewall Jackson's signature hits, "Don't Be Angry"
    Feb 6, 1967
    Buck Owens records two concerts at Nenkin Hall in Tokyo. They're released as the album "Buck Owens And His Buckaroos In Japan!"
    Feb 6, 1967
    Columbia releases Johnny Cash & June Carter's "Jackson"
    Feb 7, 1967
    Nashville saxophone player Boots Randolph picks up his first gold album from the RIAA for "Yakety Sax"
    Feb 8, 1967
    Elvis Presley puts down $5,000 toward the purchase of a $437,000 cattle ranch outside of Walls, Mississippi

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