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  • Feb 1, 1977
    President Jimmy Carter's brother, Billy Carter, signs with Nashville's Top Billing for p.r. and bookings. Top Billing represents Tom T. Hall, Dottie West and Kitty Wells
    Feb 2, 1977
    Marty Robbins is named six times as the Academy of Country Music announces nominations for its awards show in Los Angeles. Mickey Gilley and Loretta Lynn each pick up five nominations
    Feb 2, 1977
    Warner Bros. Records releases Emmylou Harris' "(You Never Can Tell) C'est La Vie," written by Chuck Berry
    Feb 4, 1977
    June Carter Cash receives an honorary doctorate from National University in San Diego during a ceremony at the House of Cash in Hendersonville, Tennessee. The degree is framed with wood taken from the Ryman Auditorium
    Feb 4, 1977
    Stoney Cooper, of the Grand Ole Opry duo Wilma Lee Cooper & Stoney, is hospitalized in Nashville with a heart ailment, a pinched nerve, phlebitis and emphysema. He dies the following month
    Feb 4, 1977
    Charlene Tilton, destined to become Mrs. Johnny Lee, takes a guest role on the ABC sitcom "Happy Days"
    Feb 4, 1977
    Songwriter Paul Anka appears on the weekly ABC-TV variety show "Donny And Marie," four months after Donna Fargo recorded the Anka-penned "Do I Love You (Yes In Every Way)"
    Feb 4, 1977
    Glen Campbell performs "Southern Nights" and "Sunflower" while hosting "The Midnight Special" on NBC
    Feb 4, 1977
    Charlie Daniels is among the guests when Dick Clark's "American Bandstand" airs a 25th anniversary special on ABC-TV. Also appearing on the show: Gregg Allman, The Pointer Sisters, Chuck Berry and Seals & Crofts
    Feb 5, 1977
    Conway Twitty & Loretta Lynn perform "Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man" on "Hee Haw," where Lorne Greene also guests. Twitty sings "The Games That Daddies Play" solo; Lynn does "Somebody Somewhere (Don't Know What He's Missin' Tonight)." The Hagers cover "Country Boy (You Got Your Feet In L.A.)"

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