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  • Jun 1, 1965
    Buck Owens records the Christmas classic "Santa Looked A Lot Like Daddy" at the Capitol Studio in Los Angeles
    Jun 1, 1965
    Columbia releases Johnny Cash's "Mister Garfield"
    Jun 3, 1965
    Former rocker Conway Twitty records "Guess My Eyes Were Bigger Than My Heart" in an afternoon session at the Columbia Studios in Nashville. It becomes his first song to appear on the country chart
    Jun 3, 1965
    Webb Pierce records "Who Do I Think I Am" at the Columbia Recording Studios on Music Row in Nashville
    Jun 5, 1965
    Gram Parsons' mother, Avis Parsons, dies of alcohol-related cirrhosis of the liver in Winter Haven, Florida. Her death coincides with Gram's high-school graduation
    Jun 5, 1965
    Eddy Arnold lands at #1 on the Billboard country singles chart with "What's He Doing In My World"
    Jun 7, 1965
    Porter Wagoner records "Green, Green Grass Of Home." On the same session, Norma Jean records "I Wouldn't Buy A Used Car From Him"
    Jun 9, 1965
    Johnny Dollar records "Stop The Start (Of Tears In My Heart)" at the Columbia Recording Studios in Nashville
    Jun 9, 1965
    The Everly Brothers are guests on the ABC music series "Shindig!" Also featured are The Righteous Brothers, Billy Preston, Clydie King and regular Glen Campbell, who performs "Tom Dooley"
    Jun 10, 1965
    Johnny Cash begins two days of recording "The Sons Of Katie Elder" at Nashville's Columbia Recording Studios

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