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  • Jun 2, 1969
    Columbia releases Marty Robbins' "I Can't Say Goodbye"
    Jun 2, 1969
    Capitol releases "Buck Owens In London"
    Jun 2, 1969
    "Peyton Place" airs for the last time after five years in ABC's prime-time lineup. The small-town drama had been referenced the previous summer in Jeannie C. Riley's Tom T. Hall-penned hit "Harper Valley P.T.A."
    Jun 5, 1969
    Brian McKnight is born in Buffalo, New York. The R&B balladeer realizes a country hit as a songwriter when Mark Wills re-records his song "Back At One"
    Jun 7, 1969
    ABC-TV airs the first episode of "The Johnny Cash Show," with guest Bob Dylan joining the Man In Black on "Girl From The North Country." Also appearing: Doug Kershaw and Joni Mitchell, who duets with Cash on "I Still Miss Someone"
    Jun 9, 1969
    Columbia releases "Johnny Cash At San Quentin"
    Jun 9, 1969
    The Rolling Stones fire guitarist Brian Jones in Great Britain, just days after recording "Honky Tonk Women" without him. The record is eventually named in the Country Music Foundation's "Heartaches By The Number" among country's greatest singles
    Jun 10, 1969
    Two members of Waylon Jennings' band, Jimmy Gray and Richie Albright, are jailed in Niagara Falls for marijuana possession
    Jun 11, 1969
    "Hank Williams' Greatest Hits" is certified gold by the RIAA
    Jun 11, 1969
    Hank Williams Jr. gains his first RIAA-certified gold album, for the soundtrack to the Hank Williams biopic "Your Cheatin' Heart"

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