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  • Feb 1, 1969
    Two years after George Hamilton IV earned a country hit with her song "Urge For Going," singer/songwriter Joni Mitchell makes her Carnegie Hall debut
    Feb 2, 1969
    Jackson, Tennessee, declares Carl Perkins Day. Among the 500 who attend a celebratory banquet are Johnny Cash, Sonny James, Jerry Lee Lewis, Chet Atkins, Eddy Arnold and Marty Robbins
    Feb 2, 1969
    "Honeycomb" singer Jimmie Rodgers and his wife, Colleen, are separated
    Feb 3, 1969
    Decca releases Bill Anderson's "My Life (Throw It Away If I Want To)"
    Feb 5, 1969
    Jeannie C. Riley sings "Harper Valley P.T.A." and The Monkees perform "Last Train To Clarksville" on CBS-TV's "The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour"
    Feb 5, 1969
    Carl Smith records the Leon Payne classic "I Love You Because"
    Feb 6, 1969
    A&M releases The Flying Burrito Brothers' debut album, "The Gilded Palace Of Sin"
    Feb 7, 1969
    Freddy Weller records "Games People Play" in Hollywood
    Feb 7, 1969
    "This Is Tom Jones" debuts on ABC-TV, where it remains for two years. Jones goes on to make several country hits; his set list for his first installment includes "Danny Boy," "Johnny B. Goode" and "Green, Green Grass Of Home"
    Feb 8, 1969
    The Beatles' George Harrison undergoes a tonsillectomy in a London hospital, just two months before the band records "Something," with Harrison singing lead. Johnny Rodriguez later turns the song into a country hit

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