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  • Jul 1, 1970
    Columbia releases Ray Price's "I'd Rather Be Sorry"
    Jul 2, 1970
    Roy Drusky records the Joe South-penned "All My Hard Times" at the Mercury Recording Studio in Nashville
    Jul 2, 1970
    Joe Butler, drummer for The Lovin' Spoonful, has a daughter, Yancy Butler, in New York's Greenwich Village. The group's "Nashville Cats" is ranked among the greatest country singles in a Country Music Foundation book
    Jul 2, 1970
    Marty Robbins records "Padre" and "Jolie Girl" at the Columbia Studios in Nashville
    Jul 3, 1970
    Buck Owens records "The Great White Horse" with Susan Raye at the Buck Owens Studios in Bakersfield
    Jul 3, 1970
    Marty Robbins is grand marshal for the Paul Revere 250 at the Daytona Motor Speedway in Florida. Jim Paschal is the winning driver
    Jul 3, 1970
    Johnny Cash refuses to shoot a bedroom scene in the movie "A Gunfight" when actress Karen Black, who portrays a prostitute, is expected to be nude. Cash wins: she wears clothes
    Jul 4, 1970
    The Statler Brothers host the first "Happy Birthday U.S.A." concert in Staunton, Virginia, beginning a 25-year tradition
    Jul 4, 1970
    Marty Robbins is grand marshal for the Firecracker 400 at the Daytona Motor Speedway in Florida. Donnie Allison is the victor
    Jul 4, 1970
    Less than two months after meeting Guy Clark at her sister's funeral, Susanna Talley moves to Houston, where he resides. They marry in 1972

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