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  • Jun 1, 1967
    Stu Phillips joins the Grand Ole Opry
    Jun 1, 1967
    The Kingston Trio calls it quits. Group members Nick Reynolds, Bob Shane and John Stewart insist they remain friends but express frustration with their lot in life: "The public won't let us sing anything but 'Tom Dooley' and other standard folk tunes"
    Jun 2, 1967
    Clarence "Tom" Ashley dies in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. He played banjo and guitar as a solo singer and as a member of The Carolina Tar Heels, with his recording of "The Coo-Coo Bird" ranked among country's 500 greatest singles in a Country Music Foundation book
    Jun 3, 1967
    Wynn Stewart rises to the top spot on the Billboard country singles chart with "It's Such A Pretty World Today"
    Jun 3, 1967
    Kitty Wells and Johnny Wright are musical guests on the syndicated TV series "The Porter Wagoner Show"
    Jun 4, 1967
    Don Gibson marries Bobbi Patterson, whom he credits for steering him away from eight years of dependency on alcohol and pills, in Charlotte, North Carolina
    Jun 5, 1967
    Mandolin player Suzanne Cox is born in Springhill, Louisiana. The daughter of Willard Cox, she sings lead frequently for The Cox Family, a bluegrass-gospel quartet that appears on the multi-platinum soundtrack to "O Brother, Where Art Thou?"
    Jun 5, 1967
    John "Lonzo" Sullivan, of Lonzo & Oscar, dies of a heart attack while driving a tractor on his Tennessee farm. Sullivan was the second person to play Lonzo in the Grand Ole Opry comedy duo, best known for its twisted routine "I'm My Own Grandpa"
    Jun 5, 1967
    Decca releases Warner Mack's "How Long Will It Take"
    Jun 6, 1967
    David Houston records "My Elusive Dreams" with Tammy Wynette

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