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  • Mar 1, 1967
    Johnny Cash and girlfriend June Carter record "Long-Legged Guitar Pickin' Man" at the Columbia Studios in Nashville
    Mar 2, 1967
    "Almost Persuaded" nets three trophies during the ninth annual Grammy Awards. David Houston wins Best Country & Western Recording and Best C&W Vocal Performance, Male, while songwriters Billy Sherrill and Glenn Sutton take Best Country & Western Song
    Mar 2, 1967
    Jimmy Dean plays a murder suspect on NBC-TV's "Daniel Boone." He soon becomes a regular member of the cast, which also includes Fess Parker and Ed Ames
    Mar 3, 1967
    "I Honestly Love You" songwriter Peter Allen marries Liza Minnelli
    Mar 4, 1967
    Billboard reports Red Sovine has undergone cataract surgery at Vanderbilt Medical Center in Nashville
    Mar 4, 1967
    Capitol releases Merle Haggard's album "I'm A Lonesome Fugitive"
    Mar 4, 1967
    Merle Haggard goes to the top of the Billboard country singles chart for the first time with "The Fugitive"
    Mar 5, 1967
    The Jordanaires perform in the third annual Cerebral Palsy Telethon, broadcast from the Fairgrounds Coliseum in Nashville
    Mar 6, 1967
    Elvis Presley begins work on the movie "Clambake"
    Mar 6, 1967
    Merle Haggard, Billy Mize and Bob Morris each win twice in the second Academy of Country & Western Music awards at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles. Haggard takes Top Male Vocalist and shares Top Vocal Group with Bonnie Owens

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