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  • Sep 1, 1977
    Tammy Wynette is admitted to St. Mary's Hospital in Rochester, Minnesota, after a recurrence of abdominal pain during a flight from New York City
    Sep 2, 1977
    "The Starland Vocal Band Show" ends a six-week run as a summer replacement series on CBS with an instrumental version of "Afternoon Delight" as the closing theme. The hosting band includes "Take Me Home, Country Roads" writers Bill and Taffy Danoff and future Mary Chapin Carpenter keyboard player Jon Carroll
    Sep 2, 1977
    Roy Acuff asks his attorney to "take the necessary steps" to oust Adult World from 412 Broadway in Nashville. The porn shop occupies space in the building, owned by Acuff, through a sublease
    Sep 2, 1977
    Pop artist Gene Cotton uses a group of Nashville session players to cut the Randy Goodrum-penned pop hit "Before My Heart Finds Out" at the Creative Workshop
    Sep 3, 1977
    "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" makes its final prime-time appearance on CBS-TV, with Sonny Curtis singing the theme song, "Love Is All Around"
    Sep 3, 1977
    Schizophrenic drummer Jim Gordon, who's played on hits by Glen Campbell and Merle Haggard, attempts suicide with an overdose at his home in Los Angeles
    Sep 3, 1977
    Elvis Presley's "Moody Blue" rests at #1 on the Billboard country albums chart for the first of 10 straight weeks
    Sep 4, 1977
    George Jones misses two shows in Augusta County, Virginia, and is sued for $29,654. The judge finds against him when he fails to appear in court
    Sep 4, 1977
    Smoky vocalist Lucie Silvas is born in Kingston Upon Thames, England. Married to guitarist John Osborne, she sings on the Brothers Osborne singles "21 Summer" and "It Ain't My Fault"
    Sep 6, 1977
    Minnie Pearl is a panelist on the CBS daytime quiz show "Match Game '77"

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