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  • Mar 1, 1965
    Capitol releases Buck Owens' album "I've Got A Tiger By The Tail," which includes his version of "Cryin' Time"
    Mar 1, 1965
    Roger Miller guests on NBC's "The Andy Williams Show," performing "You Don't Want My Love" with the host. Also appearing are Tony Bennett and Count Basie
    Mar 1, 1965
    Minnie Pearl drops off 72,500 Easter Seals letters at the Nashville post office, and delivers a comedic performance for postal workers
    Mar 2, 1965
    Marty Robbins records Gordon Lightfoot's "Ribbon Of Darkness" during an evening session at Nashville's Columbia Studio B
    Mar 3, 1965
    Future "Hee Haw" honey Gunilla Hutton has a guest role on ABC's crime drama "Burke's Law," with Paul Lynde and Bert Parks
    Mar 3, 1965
    Roy Clark appears on "Shindig!" The ABC music series also features Johnny Tillotson, Joe Tex and Jay & The Americans, who perform the future Johnny Duncan & Janie Fricke hit "Come A Little Bit Closer"
    Mar 4, 1965
    Sonny James sings "I'll Keep Holding On" as a guest on ABC's "The Jimmy Dean Show" and chips in a medley of "Young Love," "You're The Only World I Know" and "Jenny Lou." Dean performs a medley of Floyd Tillman songs: "I Love You So Much, It Hurts," "It Makes No Difference Now" and "Slipping Around"
    Mar 4, 1965
    Little Jimmy Dickens records "May The Bird Of Paradise Fly Up Your Nose" during the evening at the Columbia Recording Studio in Nashville
    Mar 4, 1965
    Loretta Lynn records "The Home You're Tearin' Down" at the Columbia Recording Studios in Nashville
    Mar 8, 1965
    Capitol releases Sonny James' "I'll Keep Holding On (Just To Your Love)"

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