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  • Mar 1, 1952
    Faron Young holds his first recording session for Capitol Records at Nashville's Castle Studio, cutting the self-penned "Tattle Tale Tears"
    Mar 1, 1952
    Uncle Dave Macon makes his final appearance on the Grand Ole Opry
    Mar 1, 1952
    "The Last Musketeer" appears in movie theaters, with Rex Allen and Slim Pickens in the starring roles. Woodwind player Darol Rice is part of the band, and Foy Willing writes one of the picture's songs
    Mar 4, 1952
    Ernest Tubb and his second wife, Olene, welcome their second daughter, Olene Gayle Tubb, in Nashville
    Mar 4, 1952
    Decca releases a cover of "Wild Side Of Life" by Burl Ives and guitarist Grady Martin And His Slew Foot Five
    Mar 5, 1952
    Keyboard player Alan Clark is born in Durham, England. In 1982, he becomes a member of the Mark Knopfler-led rock band Dire Straits, who originate the future country hits "The Bug" and "When It Comes To You"
    Mar 8, 1952
    Carl Smith spends the first of six straight weeks at #1 on the Billboard country singles chart with "Let Old Mother Nature Have Her Way"
    Mar 11, 1952
    Hank Williams leads a Grand Ole Opry road show at the Municipal Auditorium in Jackson, Mississippi. The audience includes Billy Ray Reynolds, who will play guitar on numerous Waylon Jennings hits, including "Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way"
    Mar 13, 1952
    Lloyd Price records "Lawdy Miss Clawdy" at the J&M Recording Studio in New Orleans. Mickey Gilley earns a country hit by remaking it in 1976
    Mar 14, 1952
    Columbia releases Ray Price's "Talk To Your Heart"

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