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  • Jul 1, 1969
    Elektra releases The Doors' rock album "The Soft Parade." The album includes work by mandolin player Jesse McReynolds, of bluegrass music's Jim & Jesse
    Jul 1, 1969
    Record producer Sam Phillips sells Sun Records to Shelby Singleton. The deal includes the transfer of the early recordings of Carl Perkins, Johnny Cash and Jerry Lee Lewis, among others
    Jul 1, 1969
    Columbia releases Ray Price's "Raining In My Heart"
    Jul 2, 1969
    Don Ho sings the old Jim Reeves hit "Welcome To My World" on an installment of NBC's "The Kraft Music Hall" that originates in Hawaii
    Jul 2, 1969
    Lula Maddox, the mother and manager of The Maddox Brothers & Rose, dies in Rose's arms in the middle of a conversation
    Jul 2, 1969
    Bill Phillips records "Little Boy Sad"
    Jul 2, 1969
    Columbia releases Johnny Cash's "A Boy Named Sue"
    Jul 2, 1969
    Rolling Stones guitarist Brian Jones is found dead in his swimming pool in England, just three weeks after the band fired him. Officially he drowned, although many believe he was accidentally killed in a fight
    Jul 3, 1969
    Barbara Mandrell records her first charted single, a cover of Otis Redding's "I've Been Loving You Too Long (To Stop Now)"
    Jul 3, 1969
    A Smithsonian concert on the Mall in Washington, D.C., honors Bill Monroe. He performs with Charlie Monroe and Birch Monroe. The show also features J.E. Mainer and Wade Mainer

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