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  • Sep 1, 1956
    Elvis Presley buys his mother a pink Cadillac and records "Love Me" at Radio Recorders in Los Angeles
    Sep 2, 1956
    Elvis Presley records "Too Much" at Radio Recorders in Hollywood
    Sep 2, 1956
    The Wilburn Brothers record "Go Away With Me"
    Sep 3, 1956
    Police in Springfield, Missouri, answer a disturbance call to find Red Foley's wife, Sally, in the front seat of their car crying. Her face and forehead are covered with marks, and she accuses her husband of hitting her, though she does not file charges
    Sep 3, 1956
    Ray Price records "I've Got A New Heartache" in an evening session at the Bradley Recording Studio in Nashville
    Sep 4, 1956
    Marty Robbins records "Knee Deep In The Blues" and "The Same Two Lips" at the Bradley Film & Recording Studio in Nashville
    Sep 5, 1956
    Ivory Joe Hunter records "Since I Met You Baby" in New York. Thirteen years later, Sonny James remakes it as a country hit
    Sep 7, 1956
    Songwriter Diane Warren is born in Van Nuys, California. Primarily a pop composer, she earns country hits with Trisha Yearwood's "How Do I Live," Mark Chesnutt's "I Don't Want To Miss A Thing," Sara Evans' "I Could Not Ask For More" and Tim McGraw & Faith Hill's "Just To Hear You Say That You Love Me"
    Sep 8, 1956
    Singer/songwriter Eddie Cochran signs a recording contract with Liberty Records, where he records the original version of "Summertime Blues." The song will become a 1994 country hit for Alan Jackson
    Sep 8, 1956
    Elvis Presley makes the cover of TV Guide

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