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  • Feb 1, 1978
    Elektra releases Eddie Rabbitt's "Hearts On Fire"
    Feb 1, 1978
    "Here You Come Again" is certified by the RIAA as Dolly Parton's first gold single
    Feb 1, 1978
    Johnny Cash begins a five-night run as a musical contributor to the Billy Graham Crusade in Las Vegas, Nevada
    Feb 2, 1978
    Don Williams records "It Must Be Love" at the Jack Clement Studios in Nashville
    Feb 3, 1978
    Loretta Lynn records "I Can't Feel You Anymore" at Bradley's Barn on Benders Ferry Road in Mt. Juliet, Tennessee
    Feb 3, 1978
    The album "Waylon & Willie" is certified gold for Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson by the RIAA
    Feb 4, 1978
    The pop group The Doobie Brothers appears for the second time on ABC-TV's "What's Happening!!" Among the band's members is Keith Knudsen, the future drummer for country's Southern Pacific
    Feb 4, 1978
    Patti Page and Roy Clark collaborate on "Tennessee Waltz" on TV's "Hee Haw." Clark plays "Georgia On My Mind" on guitar, and Buck Owens contributes "Is Anybody Goin' To San Antone." Buddy Alan and Brush Arbor also appear
    Feb 4, 1978
    The Kendalls sing "Heaven's Just A Sin Away" and "Leaving On A Jet Plane" during the syndicated "Pop! Goes The Country," hosted by Ralph Emery. Dickey Lee performs "Angels, Roses And Rain," and Bob Luman does "The Pay Phone"
    Feb 5, 1978
    Singer/songwriter Armand "Eddie" Noack dies of a cerebral hemorrhage in Houston. He fashioned a lengthy recording history but is best known as the writer of Hank Snow's 1955 hit "These Hands"

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