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  • May 2, 1977
    Memphis' St. Joseph Hospital files a $3,425 lawsuit against Jerry Lee Lewis for unpaid medical bills
    May 2, 1977
    Conway Twitty records "I've Already Loved You In My Mind" at Bradley's Barn on Benders Ferry Road in Mt. Juliet, Tennessee
    May 2, 1977
    Buck Owens marries Buckaroo fiddle player Jana Grief in Las Vegas. Just three days later, he files for divorce, citing irreconcilable differences
    May 2, 1977
    Eric Clapton records "Wonderful Tonight," with Jamie Oldaker, a future member of The Tractors, on drums
    May 3, 1977
    A day after marrying fiddler Jana Jae, Buck Owens falls off his horse and is hospitalized with bruises
    May 3, 1977
    Jimmy Dean hosts the NBC special "Country Music Hit Parade," with Donna Fargo, Freddy Fender, Crystal Gayle, George Jones, Tammy Wynette, Mel Tillis, Don Williams, The Statler Brothers, The Dirt Band, The Oak Ridge Boys, Ronnie Milsap and Ray Stevens
    May 3, 1977
    The Oak Ridge Boys record "Y'all Come Back Saloon," referencing Bob Wills' "Faded Love" in the process, at Woodland Sound Studio in Nashville. The session marks their first in a new contract with ABC/Dot
    May 3, 1977
    Eric Church is born in Granite Falls, North Carolina. He debuts with an edgy mix of country and rock in 2006, winning the Academy of Country Music's Top New Solo Vocalist in 2011. His albums "Chief" and "Mr. Misunderstood" claim the Country Music Association's Album of the Year. He wins Entertainer of the Year in 2020
    May 4, 1977
    Warner Bros. releases Emmylou Harris' "Making Believe"
    May 4, 1977
    Jacky Ward records "Fools Fall In Love" at the US Recording Studio in Nashville, referencing Hoagy Carmichael's song "Stardust" in the opening verse

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