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  • Apr 1, 1967
    George Jones reaches #1 on the Billboard country singles chart with "Walk Through This World With Me"
    Apr 1, 1967
    The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum opens in a barn-like structure on Music Row in Nashville. It remains at that location for 34 years, before moving downtown
    Apr 3, 1967
    Decca releases The Wilburn Brothers' "Roarin' Again"
    Apr 5, 1967
    Singer/songwriter Bill Nettles dies of a heart attack in Monroe, Louisiana. Allegedly the original composer of Jimmie Davis' "Nobody's Darling But Mine," he netted a hit with the 1949 single "Hadacol Boogie"
    Apr 5, 1967
    MGM releases Elvis Presley's "Double Trouble"
    Apr 5, 1967
    Troy Gentry is born in Lexington, Kentucky. He joins Eddie Montgomery to form Montgomery Gentry, a rollicking, Southern rock-influenced act that wins the Country Music Association Vocal Duo of the Year honor in 2000
    Apr 6, 1967
    Nineteen artists band together to record a tribute to Chet Atkins, titled "Chet's Tune," including Eddy Arnold, Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, Porter Wagoner, Norma Jean, Hank Snow, Hank Locklin, Dottie West and Skeeter Davis
    Apr 7, 1967
    Tammy Wynette marries songwriter Don Chapel in Ringgold, Georgia
    Apr 9, 1967
    Jeannie Seely Day is celebrated in Charlotte, North Carolina
    Apr 9, 1967
    Glen Campbell has a minor guest role on ABC's crime drama "The F.B.I."

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