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  • Mar 1, 1980
    Danny Davis & The Nashville Brass appear on "Pop! Goes The Country," performing "Blue Yodel No. 8 (Mule Skinner Blues)," "I Can't Stop Loving You," "Wabash Cannonball" and, as the credits roll, "I Saw The Light." Hosted by Ralph Emery, the episode also features Helen Cornelius and Steve Wariner
    Mar 1, 1980
    Waylon Jennings reaches the top of the Billboard country singles chart with the Rodney Crowell-penned "I Ain't Living Long Like This"
    Mar 1, 1980
    Barbara Mandrell performs "Fooled By A Feeling" on "Hee Haw." The episode also features Sonny James, Charlie McCoy and Jethro Burns
    Mar 2, 1980
    PBS stations begin airing "Songs Of A Lusty Land," hosted by Tennessee Ernie Ford. The two-hour special features Kay Starr, Tom T. Hall, Merle Haggard, Linda Hopkins and The Sons Of The Pioneers
    Mar 2, 1980
    Johnny Cash performs at a private function for an oil company at Houston's Hyatt Regency Hotel. It's bass player Marshall Grant's last concert as a regular member of the band, ending a 25-year relationship
    Mar 3, 1980
    In a story in The Tennessean, Loretta Lynn says she admires classical singer Luciano Pavarotti: "He's the Ernest Tubb of grand opera"
    Mar 3, 1980
    Linda Ronstadt performs in Nashville on her Mad Love tour, playing "Silver Threads And Golden Needles" and "I Can't Help It (If I'm Still In Love With You)." She tells the audience: "I don't want you to think I've forgotten country music"
    Mar 3, 1980
    Jacky Ward records "Save Your Heart For Me" in Nashville
    Mar 3, 1980
    Johnny Cash dictates a letter to his secretary from New York, firing his longtime bass player Marshall Grant
    Mar 3, 1980
    United Artists releases Cristy Lane's "One Day At A Time"

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