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  • Aug 1, 1977
    MCA releases Conway Twitty's album "I've Already Loved You In My Mind"
    Aug 1, 1977
    Waylon Jennings gets a gold album from the RIAA for the third time in five months, recognizing "Are You Ready For The Country"
    Aug 2, 1977
    No good deed goes unpunished: Merle Haggard's son, Marty Haggard, is hospitalized at Bakersfield Medical Center after he was shot and robbed by a hitchhiker he had offered a ride
    Aug 3, 1977
    Jerry Lee Lewis records "Come On In" at the US Recording Studio in Nashville
    Aug 3, 1977
    Bobby Bare records Billy Joe Shaver's "I'm Just An Old Chunk Of Coal (But I'm Gonna Be A Diamond Someday)" at the Jack Clement Studios in Nashville. More than three years later, John Anderson turns it into a hit
    Aug 4, 1977
    "Elvis: What Happened?" is published. Written by three former bodyguards, it reveals stories of Elvis Presley's drug abuse, weight problems and obsession with religion
    Aug 4, 1977
    Ferlin Husky has triple-bypass heart surgery at Miller Hospital in St. Paul, Minnesota
    Aug 4, 1977
    Jerry Lee Lewis records "Middle Age Crazy" at the US Recording Studio in Nashville
    Aug 6, 1977
    Charlie Rich brings "Rollin' With The Flow" to #1 on the Billboard country singles chart
    Aug 7, 1977
    Marty Robbins finishes the Talladega 500 early when the engine freezes in his 1974 Dodge at the Alabama International Speedway

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