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  • Aug 1, 1967
    Lee and Roberta Greenwood have a daughter, Kelly Greenwood, in Las Vegas
    Aug 2, 1967
    The Helena Independent Record reports Charley Pride and his wife, Rozene, were denied service at a Montana restaurant and had a real estate agent refuse to show them a house because of their skin color
    Aug 2, 1967
    The Sidney Poitier movie "In The Heat Of The Night" premieres in New York, with Ray Charles and Glen Campbell each contributing to the soundtrack
    Aug 4, 1967
    Warren Beatty's "Bonnie And Clyde" premieres at the Montreal Film Festival. Flatt & Scruggs' "Foggy Mountain Breakdown" appears in the soundtrack, which also benefits from musicians Doug Dillard, Tommy Tedesco and Glen Campbell
    Aug 5, 1967
    Sonny James kicks off a four-week run at #1 on the Billboard country singles chart with "I'll Never Find Another You"
    Aug 7, 1967
    Jack Greene records "Until My Dreams Come True"
    Aug 7, 1967
    Capitol releases Buck Owens' album "Your Tender Loving Care"
    Aug 8, 1967
    Jack Greene records "What Locks The Door"
    Aug 8, 1967
    RCA releases Charley Pride's "Does My Ring Hurt Your Finger"
    Aug 13, 1967
    Warren Beatty's "Bonnie And Clyde" makes its debut in American theaters. The soundtrack features Flatt & Scruggs' "Foggy Mountain Breakdown," plus work by Los Angeles musicians Doug Dillard, Tommy Tedesco and Glen Campbell

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