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  • Feb 1, 1970
    "Gunsmoke" actors Ken Curtis and Milburn Stone guest on CBS-TV's "The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour." They team with the show's host on a western medley that includes The Sons Of The Pioneers' "Tumbling Tumbleweeds" and "Cool Water"
    Feb 2, 1970
    Buck Owens records "The Kansas City Song" at the Capitol Recording Studios at Hollywood & Vine in Los Angeles
    Feb 2, 1970
    Tom T. Hall records "Salute To A Switchblade" in a late-night session at the Monument Studio in Nashville
    Feb 2, 1970
    Marty Robbins takes his first walk in the hall at Nashville's Saint Thomas Hospital since open-heart surgery the previous week. He returns to his room with a headache
    Feb 2, 1970
    Capitol releases Buck Owens & Susan Raye's "We're Gonna Get Together"
    Feb 2, 1970
    Danny Davis & The Nashville Brass record "San Antonio Rose," "Are You Lonesome Tonight" and "Jealous Heart" at Nashville's RCA Studio B, in the first of five sessions for the album "You Ain't Heard Nothin' Yet," a future Grammy nominee
    Feb 3, 1970
    Columbia releases Ray Price's "You Wouldn't Know Love"
    Feb 3, 1970
    Danny Davis & The Nashville Brass appear on CBS' "The Red Skelton Show"
    Feb 4, 1970
    Dottie West performs "Country Girl" on CBS-TV's "Hee Haw." Ferlin Husky also guests on the episode, appearing with the show's regulars, including Roy Clark, Buck Owens, Grandpa Jones, Stringbean and Lulu Roman
    Feb 4, 1970
    "The Johnny Cash Show" features The Everly Brothers, Dusty Springfield, Rod McKuen and Kirk Douglas, who joins the Man In Black on "I Walk The Line." Cash also employs The Statler Brothers on the gospel standard "This Ole House"

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