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  • Jul 2, 1977
    Donna Fargo reaches the top of the Billboard country singles chart with a recitation, "That Was Yesterday"
    Jul 2, 1977
    Dolly Parton welcomes R&B act The Staple Singers on her weekly TV show "Dolly"
    Jul 3, 1977
    Willie Nelson holds his Fourth of July Picnic one day early, attracting 70,000 fans to the Tulsa Fairgrounds Speedway. The lineup includes Lynyrd Skynyrd, Waylon Jennings, Jessi Colter, Jerry Jeff Walker and Asleep At The Wheel
    Jul 4, 1977
    The Statler Brothers' "Happy Birthday U.S.A." concert features Ronnie Milsap, drawing 50,000 fans to Gypsy Hill Park in Staunton, Virginia
    Jul 5, 1977
    MCA releases Conway Twitty's "I've Already Loved You In My Mind"
    Jul 7, 1977
    Academy of Country Music awards producer Dick Clark marries his third wife, Kari Wigton, at 7 p.m., carrying out a numerical theme on 7/7/77
    Jul 7, 1977
    The Eagles' Don Henley buys a pair of Red Wing work boots. Even after he drops paint on them, he wears the boots in concert for the next 30 years
    Jul 9, 1977
    Charley Pride's "I'll Be Leaving Alone" hits #1 on the Billboard country singles chart
    Jul 11, 1977
    The pop and R&B hit "Angel In Your Arms," by Hot, is certified gold by the RIAA. Barbara Mandrell later remakes it for the country market
    Jul 12, 1977
    The Oak Ridge Boys record "You're The One" during an afternoon session at Nashville's Woodland Sound

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