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  • Feb 25, 1970
    "The Johnny Cash Show" features the Man in Black's performance of Kris Kristofferson's "Sunday Morning Coming Down." Other guests: The Carter Family, Kenny Rogers, The Statler Brothers, Mama Cass Elliot and Bob Hope
    Feb 25, 1970
    Charley Pride sings "(I'm So) Afraid Of Losing You Again" and "Is Anybody Goin' To San Antone" on CBS-TV's "Hee Haw." Loretta Lynn also guests alongside weekly regulars Roy Clark, Buck Owens, Junior Samples, Lulu Roman and Grandpa Jones
    Feb 25, 1970
    Eddy Arnold performs "Tennessee Stud" on "The Kraft Music Hall." Other guests on the NBC show include pop singer Anita Bryant and comedian Arte Johnson
    Feb 26, 1970
    Tammy Wynette records "The Wonders You Perform"
    Feb 26, 1970
    Grand opening is held for Roger Miller's King of the Road Motor Inn at 211 N. First Street in Nashville, with Miller performing in a gray-and-pink pinstripe suit. Built for $2.75 million, it becomes the site where Ronnie Milsap is discovered
    Feb 26, 1970
    George Jones records "A Good Year For The Roses" in a late-morning session at Nashville's Columbia Studio B
    Feb 26, 1970
    Dean Martin borrows from the legacy of Jim Reeves in singing "Welcome To My World" on his weekly NBC variety series, "The Dean Martin Show"
    Feb 27, 1970
    Tammy Wynette records "He Loves Me All The Way" at the Columbia Recording Studios in Nashville
    Feb 27, 1970
    Elvis Presley begins a three-night run at the Houston Livestock and Rodeo in the Astrodome. He breaks previous records, drawing 207,494 fans
    Feb 27, 1970
    Waylon Jennings records "Mississippi Woman" at Nashville's RCA Studio B

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