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  • Jul 11, 1955
    Jenny Peer files for divorce in Charleston, West Virginia, from bandleader Bill Peer, accusing him of adultery with his protege, Patsy Cline
    Jul 11, 1955
    Elvis Presley records "Mystery Train," "I Forgot To Remember To Forget" and "Trying To Get To You" at Memphis' Sun Recording Studio
    Jul 11, 1955
    Columbia releases Carl Smith's "Don't Tease Me"
    Jul 13, 1955
    Faron Young records "It's A Great Life (If You Don't Weaken)" and "For The Love Of A Woman Like You" in Nashville
    Jul 14, 1955
    Ernest Tubb records "The Yellow Rose Of Texas" at the Bradley Film & Recording Studio in Nashville
    Jul 15, 1955
    Record producer Chuck Howard is born. Howard produces such hits as Billy Dean's "Somewhere In My Broken Heart," LeAnn Rimes' "One Way Ticket (Because I Can)" and John Berry's "Your Love Amazes Me"
    Jul 16, 1955
    Webb Pierce pushes "I Don't Care" to #1 on the Billboard country singles chart, where it remains for 12 consecutive weeks
    Jul 16, 1955
    "The First Badman" opens, with Tex Ritter narrating. The cartoon depicts Texas a million years ago, a cross between western movies and "The Flintstones"
    Jul 17, 1955
    Disneyland opens in Anaheim, California. The Disney corporation later founds the country label Lyric Street Records, earning hits with SHeDAISY, Rascal Flatts, Love And Theft and Aaron Tippin
    Jul 18, 1955
    Capitol releases Hank Thompson's "Most Of All"

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