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  • Mar 1, 1977
    Bob Dylan's wife, Sara, files for divorce in Los Angeles. Several songs Dylan has already written have, or will, become country hits, including: "It Ain't Me, Babe," "I'll Be Your Baby Tonight" and "You Ain't Going Nowhere"
    Mar 1, 1977
    The album "24 Of Hank Williams' Greatest Hits" is certified gold by the RIAA
    Mar 1, 1977
    The Osmonds' Merrill Osmond and his wife, Mary, become parents, with the birth of Justin Alan Osmond
    Mar 2, 1977
    United Artists releases Crystal Gayle's "I'll Do It All Over Again"
    Mar 2, 1977
    Singer/songwriter Chris Martin is born in Exeter, United Kingdom. He becomes the lead singer for the rock band Coldplay, namechecked in the chorus of Thomas Rhett's 2017 single "Unforgettable"
    Mar 2, 1977
    ABC-TV airs a John Denver special, "Thank God I'm A Country Boy," with Denver delivering the title song and "Take Me Home, Country Roads." Also appearing are Johnny Cash, Glen Campbell, Mary Kay Place and Roger Miller, all of whom join Denver on "I'll Fly Away"
    Mar 3, 1977
    Elvis Presley signs a new will, naming his father, Vernon Presley, as his executor. The document names neither fiancee Ginger Alden nor ex-wife Priscilla Presley, granting his entire estate to daughter Lisa Marie Presley on her 25th birthday
    Mar 3, 1977
    Pop singer Ronan Keating is born in Dublin, Ireland. After coming to prominence as a member of the U.K. pop group Boyzone, he co-writes "The Long Goodbye," a 2001 country hit for Brooks & Dunn
    Mar 4, 1977
    Songwriters Bobby Braddock and Curly Putman begin writing a future George Jones hit, "He Stopped Loving Her Today"
    Mar 5, 1977
    Barbara Mandrell, Hoyt Axton and B.J. Thomas appear with guest host Jack Jones on TV's syndicated "Music Hall America"

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