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  • Feb 18, 1970
    Buck Owens and Buddy Alan sing "Let The World Keep On A Turnin'" on CBS-TV's "Hee Haw." Owens and his co-host, Roy Clark, are joined by guests Merle Haggard, Tammy Wynette and Henson Cargill
    Feb 19, 1970
    Glen Campbell earns a gold album from the RIAA for "Try A Little Kindness"
    Feb 20, 1970
    Sonny James records the Brook Benton song "Endlessly" during the morning at the Columbia Studios in Nashville
    Feb 21, 1970
    Eric Heatherly is born in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Playing flaming, rockabilly-tinged guitar, he collects a hit in 2000 with a remake of The Statler Brothers' classic "Flowers On The Wall"
    Feb 22, 1970
    Guitarist Mick Ronson performs for the first time with David Bowie at The Roadhouse in London, a show deemed by many as the first glam rock performance. Ronson will produce a pair of country hits in the 1980s for David Lynn Jones
    Feb 22, 1970
    "The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour" features the show host performing "Only Love Can Break A Heart." Also appearing on the CBS-TV program are The Fifth Dimension, Dionne Warwick and Jerry Reed
    Feb 23, 1970
    RCA presents an award to Eddy Arnold at New York's Waldorf-Astoria Hotel signifying 60,000,000 in record sales
    Feb 23, 1970
    Jackie Everly files for divorce from Phil Everly
    Feb 23, 1970
    Twenty years before earning a country Grammy nomination, Beatles drummer Ringo Starr appears on NBC's "Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In"
    Feb 23, 1970
    Decca releases Jimmy Dickens' "(You've Been Quite A Doll) Raggedy Ann"

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