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  • Feb 11, 1972
    Johnny Cash records the Marty Robbins-penned "Kate" at the Columbia Recording Studios on Music Row in Nashville
    Feb 11, 1972
    "Grand Ole Gospel Time" debuts as a post-Grand Ole Opry, Friday night event, produced by Jimmy Snow, son of Hank Snow. The show continues for 23 years, with Johnny Cash and June Carter as inaugural-night guests
    Feb 21, 1972
    Was that Johnny Cash on "Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In"? You bet your sweet bippy
    Mar 6, 1972
    It's sock it to me time! Johnny Cash makes his second appearance on the NBC weekly series "Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In"
    Apr 7, 1972
    Columbia releases Johnny Cash's "Kate"
    Apr 16, 1972
    Larry Gatlin sings "Help Me" during a service at Nashville's Evangel Temple, attended by Johnny Cash and June Carter. Cash meets Gatlin for the first time and asks him to come by his studio the next morning to help record the song
    Apr 17, 1972
    Johnny Cash writes a letter to the Las Vegas Hilton, encouraging the casino to employ The Oak Ridge Boys as an opening act for someone. Two years later, they open for Cash at the Hilton
    Apr 17, 1972
    Johnny Cash holds the first session at his new House Of Cash recording studio in Hendersonville, Tennessee. Among the songs he tackles is "Help Me," a future Elvis Presley hit written by Larry Gatlin, who is present at the session
    May 3, 1972
    Johnny Cash and June Carter record "If I Had A Hammer" at the House of Cash in Hendersonville, Tennessee. The performance receives a Grammy nomination
    May 30, 1972
    Johnny Cash, Tennessee Ernie Ford, Leslie Uggams and Danny Kaye are featured on the NBC-TV special "Opryland, U.S.A."

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