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  • Feb 9, 1969
    When their pickup goes out of control on the icy Kickapoo Creek bridge in Illinois, Waylon Jennings band member Chuck Conway is thrown into the creek. Two hours later, he's pronounced dead
    Feb 9, 1969
    Three country singles are named Grammy finalists for Record of the Year: Jeannie C. Riley's "Harper Valley P.T.A.," Bobby Goldsboro's "Honey" and Glen Campbell's "Wichita Lineman." They compete against The Beatles and Simon & Garfunkel
    Feb 12, 1969
    Glen and Billie Jean Campbell have a son, Wesley Kane Campbell, at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles
    Feb 12, 1969
    The CBS-TV show "The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour" welcomes guests Jose Feliciano and The Clingers
    Feb 13, 1969
    Tammy Wynette records "Singing My Song" at Columbia's Nashville studios
    Feb 13, 1969
    Bob Dylan holds the first session for the album "Nashville Skyline" at the Columbia Recording Studios on Music Row with local musicians Pete Drake, Charlie McCoy, Kenny Buttrey and future Country Music Hall of Fame member Charlie Daniels
    Feb 14, 1969
    Bob Dylan records his pop hit "Lay Lady Lay" during sessions for the album "Nashville Skyline" at the Columbia Recording Studio, with Music City musicians Pete Drake, Charlie McCoy, Charlie Daniels and Kenny Buttrey
    Feb 15, 1969
    Jack Greene rises to the top of the Billboard country singles chart with "Until My Dreams Come True"
    Feb 16, 1969
    George Jones marries Tammy Wynette in Ringgold, Georgia, six months after they announced the marriage
    Feb 16, 1969
    Tootsie's Orchid Lounge becomes a wedding chapel: Charlene Sanders, a waitress at the Nashville bar, marries Jerry Wyatt. She was the inspiration for Charlie Walker's 1967 country hit "Don't Squeeze My Sharmon"

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