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  • Mar 22, 1965
    Columbia releases Marty Robbins' "Ribbon Of Darkness"
    Mar 23, 1965
    Drummer Kevin Griffin is born. He becomes a founding member of Yankee Grey, who gain a nomination from the Academy of Country Music for Best New Duo or Group following the release of their debut album in 1999
    Mar 24, 1965
    Bobby Goldsboro guests on the ABC music series "Shindig!" Jackie Wilson sings "Danny Boy," and Bobby Sherman turns in "Hello Mary Lou"
    Mar 25, 1965
    Buck Owens records "Before You Go" in an afternoon session at the Capitol Recording Studios in Los Angeles
    Mar 25, 1965
    Eddy Arnold sings "What's He Doing In My World," "The Cattle Call" and "Molly Darling" on ABC's "The Jimmy Dean Show," from Winter Haven, Florida. Pop vocalist Kay Starr covers "Bonaparte's Retreat" and "Wabash Cannonball," and Dean delivers "White Silver Sands"
    Mar 25, 1965
    Johnny Cash crashes a 1964 Cadillac into a telephone pole on South Street during a rainy day in Nashville. He pays a visit to Vanderbilt Medical Center to assess a number of minor injuries
    Mar 27, 1965
    Roger Miller occupies the #1 position on the Billboard country singles chart with "King Of The Road"
    Mar 29, 1965
    Columbia releases Lefty Frizzell's "She's Gone Gone Gone"
    Mar 29, 1965
    RCA celebrates the grand opening of RCA Studio A, later known as Music City Music Hall and Javelina. Among the records made there: Lee Ann Womack's "I Hope You Dance," George Strait's "Unwound" and Kacey Musgraves' "Merry Go 'Round"
    Mar 30, 1965
    "Bonanza" actor Michael Landon hosts NBC's "Hullabaloo," performing the former country hit "Don't Fence Me In." Also featured are Peter & Gordon, Dionne Warwick and Ian & Sylvia

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