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  • Feb 4, 1970
    David Houston records "Wonders Of The Wine" and "I Do My Swinging At Home" in an afternoon at Nashville's Columbia Recording Studios
    Feb 4, 1970
    Jerry Lee Lewis performs "Whole Lot Of Shakin' Going On" at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium as ABC shoots an episode of "The Johnny Cash Show." Other participants include The Statler Brothers, The Carter Family and Jimmie Rodgers
    Feb 4, 1970
    Merle Haggard & The Strangers record "Street Singer" at the Capitol Recording Studios in Los Angeles
    Feb 5, 1970
    Dean Martin sings "Honey" during the NBC telecast of "The Dean Martin Show"
    Feb 6, 1970
    Tammy Jo McDonald is born in Tennessee. She marries Rodney Atkins in 1998, and the couple's son, Elijah Atkins, inspires the hit "Watching You"
    Feb 7, 1970
    Jimmy Dean dies. The brother of western star Eddie Dean, he performed on WLS Radio's "The National Barn Dance" from 1933-1936 and joined Foy Willing's New Riders Of The Purple Sage, retiring from music after World War II
    Feb 8, 1970
    Jerry Reed performs "A Thing Called Love" on an episode of "The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour" that also features Lulu and Tony Randall
    Feb 8, 1970
    Bobby Goldsboro sings "Everybody's Talkin'" on CBS-TV's "The Ed Sullivan Show." Boots Randolph, Chet Atkins and Floyd Cramer also deliver a Hank Williams medley: "I Can't Help It (If I'm Still In Love With You)," "Jambalaya" and "I Saw The Light"
    Feb 8, 1970
    Johnny Cash gets a Grammy nomination for Best Album Notes for his work on Bob Dylan's "Nashville Skyline." Cash pulls down four nominations total, including Record of the Year for "A Boy Named Sue"
    Feb 9, 1970
    Marty Robbins is discharged from Nashville's Saint Thomas Hospital two weeks after triple bypass surgery

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