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  • Mar 27, 1968
    Ray Price sells his half of Pamper Music to songwriters Willie Nelson and Hank Cochran. The publishing company controls such copyrights as "I Fall To Pieces," "Heartaches By The Number" and "Funny How Time Slips Away"
    Oct 27, 1969
    Willie and Connie Nelson have a daughter, Paula Nelson, in Houston, Texas
    Nov 12, 1969
    Willie Nelson appears on CBS' "The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour," joining the show's host on a rendition of "Hello Walls." Campbell also performs a medley of Nelson-penned songs: "Crazy," "Night Life" and "Funny How Time Slips Away"
    Mar 29, 1970
    Glen Campbell sings "Memphis" and "September Song" during his CBS show, "The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour." His guests include Willie Nelson, Roger Miller, Fess Parker, Stevie Wonder and Lily Tomlin
    Dec 22, 1970
    Willie Nelson and Hank Cochran write "What Can You Do To Me Now." As if in answer to the question, Nelson's house burns to the ground the next day
    Dec 23, 1970
    Willie Nelson's home in Ridgetop, Tennessee, burns while he's in Nashville at a Christmas party. When Nelson sees the house in flames, he runs in to rescue his guitar, Trigger, and a bag of marijuana stashed inside the case
    Apr 30, 1971
    Willie and Connie Nelson are married in Las Vegas, Nevada
    May 3, 1971
    Willie Nelson records the original version of "Yesterday's Wine" at RCA Studio B in Nashville. The song becomes a hit for Merle Haggard & George Jones 11 years later
    May 4, 1971
    Willie Nelson records "Me And Paul," with references to Kitty Wells and Charley Pride, and "Help Me Make It Through The Night" for the first time at Nashville's RCA Studio B. Both songs will become hits for him in future years when he re-records them
    Oct 21, 1971
    Willie Nelson records a solo version of "Good Hearted Woman" in an afternoon session at Nashville's RCA Studio B. A duet version of the song with Waylon Jennings becomes a standard four years later

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