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  • Mar 8, 1965
    Capitol releases Sonny James' "I'll Keep Holding On (Just To Your Love)"
    Mar 9, 1965
    Three months after he first attempted it, Ray Price records the single version of "The Other Woman" in an evening session at the Columbia Studios in Nashville
    Mar 9, 1965
    Bobby Bare records "It's Alright" during the afternoon at RCA Studio B in Nashville
    Mar 10, 1965
    The Everly Brothers sing "Wake Up Little Susie," "That'll Be The Day" and "Bird Dog" during ABC's "Shindig!" Other guests include Aretha Franklin, The Drifters, Tony Bennett, Dobie Gray and The Righteous Brothers
    Mar 11, 1965
    "The Jimmy Dean Show" features Homer & Jethro, Judy Lynn and pop singer Jerry Vale as the week's musical guests on ABC
    Mar 11, 1965
    Jimmy Dean records "The First Thing Ev'ry Morning (And The Last Thing Ev'ry Night)" at the Columbia Recording Studio in New York
    Mar 11, 1965
    Johnny Cash records his first version of Ramblin' Jack Elliott's "Mister Garfield" at Nashville's Columbia Recording Studios
    Mar 13, 1965
    The Statler Brothers record "Flowers On The Wall" at a session originally slated for Johnny Cash, who failed to appear, at the Columbia Recording Studios in Nashville
    Mar 15, 1965
    Elvis Presley begins filming "Harum Scarum" with co-star Mary Ann Mobley
    Mar 16, 1965
    Waylon Jennings makes his first recordings in a new deal with RCA, working with Chet Atkins at a Nashville session

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