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  • Sep 1, 1967
    ABC-TV airs the final episode of "Malibu U," a summertime music program featuring host Rick Nelson. The show ran just seven weeks
    Sep 2, 1967
    Merle Haggard's "Branded Man" goes to #1 on the Billboard country singles chart
    Sep 4, 1967
    Decca releases Loretta Lynn's "What Kind Of Girl (Do You Think I Am?)"
    Sep 4, 1967
    Charles "Smokey" Walker, general manager of Nashville's WKDA-FM, dies in a motorcycle accident, while 10-year-old daughter Michelle sustains minor injuries. He was married to Jo Walker, executive director of the Country Music Association
    Sep 5, 1967
    Connie Smith records "Burning A Hole In My Mind" and "Baby's Back Again" during a late-night session at RCA Studio B in Nashville
    Sep 5, 1967
    Dolly Parton makes her first appearance on TV's "The Porter Wagoner Show"
    Sep 5, 1967
    The Beatles hold the first of five recording sessions for "I Am The Walrus" at Abbey Road in London. One of the song's signature phrases, "goo goo g'joob," will be referenced in Eric Paslay's 2014 country hit "Song About A Girl"
    Sep 5, 1967
    The Association performs "Never My Love," destined to be a country hit for Vern Gosdin, during a Bing Crosby-hosted installment of ABC's "The Hollywood Palace"
    Sep 7, 1967
    George Jones' dad, George, dies
    Sep 8, 1967
    "Music City, USA," a syndicated TV show, debuts on WSIX in Nashville. Regulars on the series include Bob Luman and Ray Stevens, plus host Jerry Naylor and band leader Bill Pursell

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