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  • Mar 16, 1965
    Country hitmakers Burl Ives and Patti Page guest in an episode of "The Bell Telephone Hour" titled "Wayfarer On The Mississippi" on NBC-TV
    Mar 16, 1965
    Hank Williams Jr. concludes recording for the Grammy-nominated album "Father & Son," pairing him with the vocals of his late daddy. The day's work includes "I Won't Be Home No More," "Wedding Bells" and "Lovesick Blues"
    Mar 16, 1965
    Jody Miller records "Queen Of The House," a response to Roger Miller's "King Of The Road," at Los Angeles' Capitol Recording Studios
    Mar 16, 1965
    Warner Mack records "The Bridge Washed Out" in Nashville
    Mar 17, 1965
    Claude King records "Tiger Woman" during an evening session at the Columbia Recording Studios in Nashville
    Mar 17, 1965
    Connie Smith records "I Can't Remember" in an overnight session at RCA Studio B on Hawkins Street in Nashville
    Mar 18, 1965
    Tennessee Ernie Ford records "Hicktown"
    Mar 18, 1965
    The Rolling Stones urinate on a service station wall in England, an incident that adds to their bad-boy reputations. Four years later, the group cuts "Honky Tonk Women," ranked in a Country Music Foundation book among country's greatest singles
    Mar 19, 1965
    Waylon Jennings records his first charted single, "That's The Chance I'll Have To Take," at RCA Studio B in Nashville during an evening session
    Mar 21, 1965
    In its third attempt, a civil rights march from Selma to Montgomery begins in Alabama. Led by Martin Luther King, participants include Leonard Bernstein and Peter, Paul & Mary, whose Peter Yarrow earns a country hit later as the writer and producer of Mary MacGregor's "Torn Between Two Lovers"

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