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  • Apr 1, 1977
    CBS-TV introduces a police drama, "Nashville 99," starring Claude Akins and Jerry Reed. The episode's guest stars include Don Johnson, Mel Tillis and Charley Pride
    Apr 1, 1977
    After canceling a show in Baton Rouge the previous evening, Elvis Presley checks into Memphis' Baptist Memorial Hospital. Though the visit is linked to drug abuse, his illness is reported as intestinal flu and exhaustion
    Apr 1, 1977
    Charley Pride sings "A Whole Lotta Things To Sing About" as the musical guest on ABC-TV's "Donny And Marie." Marie Osmond does her hit "Paper Roses"
    Apr 1, 1977
    "Harper Valley P.T.A." producer Shelby Singleton and his wife, Sandra, welcome a daughter, Shana Stacy Singleton
    Apr 2, 1977
    Grand Ole Opry manager Vito Pellettieri runs a show for the last time in his life, after more than 40 years in the role
    Apr 2, 1977
    Tennessee Ernie Ford makes a guest appearance on the "Dolly" syndicated series. Host Dolly Parton sings "Jolene" and "Sunshine On My Shoulders"
    Apr 2, 1977
    "Lucille" brings Kenny Rogers his first #1 country single in Billboard magazine
    Apr 4, 1977
    MCA releases Loretta Lynn's album "I Remember Patsy"
    Apr 4, 1977
    MCA releases Mel Tillis' "Burning Memories"
    Apr 4, 1977
    Dolly Parton graces the cover of People magazine, where she addresses the shift of her business center from Nashville to Hollywood: "Many of my friends are afraid I might be screwin' up, and some are afraid I will do good"

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