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  • Apr 14, 1969
    Jerry Lee Lewis performs "Whole Lot Of Shakin' Going On" on The Monkees' NBC-TV special "33-1/3 Revolutions Per Monkee"
    Apr 14, 1969
    Decca releases Conway Twitty's "I Love You More Today"
    Apr 14, 1969
    RCA releases Elvis Presley's "In The Ghetto"
    Apr 15, 1969
    Charley Pride records "All I Have To Offer You (Is Me)"
    Apr 15, 1969
    Elvis Presley signs a one-month contract with Las Vegas' International Hotel, setting the stage for his first live performance in seven years
    Apr 15, 1969
    Porter Wagoner records "Big Wind"
    Apr 16, 1969
    Glen Campbell's "Galveston" earns a gold album from the RIAA
    Apr 16, 1969
    The Beatles begin recording "Something" at Abbey Road in London. Johnny Rodriguez' version later becomes a country hit
    Apr 16, 1969
    Glen Campbell delivers "Green, Green Grass Of Home" in an installment of his CBS variety series "The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour." The episode also features John Hartford, Pat Paulsen, Al Martino and Nancy Sinatra
    Apr 16, 1969
    "Hello...I'm Johnny Cash." Cash tapes the first of his ABC-TV weekly shows at the Ryman Auditorium, kicking off with "Folsom Prison Blues." The show, which features guests Glen Campbell, Jeannie C. Riley and Joe Tex, becomes the fifth episode aired

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