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  • Sep 1, 1965
    Sonny James records "I'll Never Find Another You" and "It's The Little Things"
    Sep 1, 1965
    After a dozen years with Capitol, Tommy Collins' new contract with Columbia Records takes effect. Within six months, he has first hit in more than a decade, with "If You Can't Bite, Don't Growl"
    Sep 1, 1965
    Glen Campbell turns in versions of "Hard Headed Woman" and "Hallelujah, I Love You So" on ABC's "Shindig!" He shares the stage with James Brown, Billy Preston, The Kinks and Booker T. & The MG's
    Sep 1, 1965
    "The Return Of Roger Miller" becomes the singer's first RIAA-certified gold album
    Sep 3, 1965
    The first weekend bluegrass festival, organized by Carlton Haney, opens in Fincastle, Virginia. The three-day event features Bill Monroe, The Stanley Brothers, Clyde Moody, Jimmy Martin, Don Reno, Mac Wiseman, The Country Gentlemen and others
    Sep 3, 1965
    Lester Flatt & Earl Scruggs record a new version of "Foggy Mountain Breakdown," which they originally tackled 16 years prior, at the Columbia Recording Studios on Music Row in Nashville
    Sep 4, 1965
    Warner Mack surfaces at the top of the Billboard country singles chart with "The Bridge Washed Out"
    Sep 4, 1965
    Billboard reports J.D. Sumner has joined The Stamps Quartet as bass singer. In that role, he sings on numerous Elvis Presley hits, including "Burning Love," "Moody Blue," "Always On My Mind" and "Way Down"
    Sep 6, 1965
    Capitol releases Merle Haggard's debut album, "Strangers"
    Sep 6, 1965
    Decca releases Brenda Lee's pop hit "Too Many Rivers," later a country success for The Forester Sisters

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