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  • Mar 1, 1978
    The Eagles begin work on "The Long Run." Conway Twitty will remake the album's "Heartache Tonight" as a country hit. Lorrie Morgan covers "The Sad Cafe" and Vince Gill does "I Can't Tell You Why" for "Common Thread: The Songs Of The Eagles"
    Mar 1, 1978
    Gene Watson records "Farewell Party" and "Pick The Wildwood Flower" at the Jack Clement Studios in Nashville
    Mar 2, 1978
    Columbia releases Willie Nelson's "Georgia On My Mind"
    Mar 3, 1978
    Rick Nelson sings "Mystery Train" when he hosts NBC's "The Midnight Special." His guests include singer/songwriter Paul Davis, George Benson and 10cc
    Mar 3, 1978
    Alan Osmond, of The Osmonds, welcomes his third son when his wife, Suzanne, gives birth to Douglas Kenneth Osmond at Utah Valley Hospital in Provo
    Mar 3, 1978
    One year removed from his first country hit, Tom Jones has a musical guest spot on ABC's "Donny And Marie"
    Mar 3, 1978
    Warner Bros. releases Rex Allen, Jr.'s "No, No, No (I'd Rather Be Free)"
    Mar 3, 1978
    United Artists Records releases the Kenny Rogers & Dottie West album "Every Time Two Fools Collide"
    Mar 4, 1978
    Roy Clark performs "Southern Nights" while co-hosting "Hee Haw." The week's guests include Little Jimmy Dickens and Dottsy, who sings "(After Sweet Memories) Play Born To Lose Again"
    Mar 4, 1978
    Waylon Jennings & Willie Nelson park themselves at #1 on the Billboard country singles chart, where they stay for four weeks with "Mammas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Cowboys"

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