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April 22

Apr 22, 1935: Songwriter Jack Nance is born in Newport, Arkansas. He co-writes Conway Twitty's breakthrough 1958 pop hit "It's Only Make Believe" Apr 22,... Read More.

March 22

Mar 22, 1952: Uncle Dave Macon dies at Rutherford Hospital in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. The singer/songwriter/comedian/banjo player became one of the Grand Ole... Read More.

February 22

Elvis Presley opened for Little Jimmy Dickens at City Auditorium in Waycross, GA in 1956. In the front row: future Byrd Gram... Read More.

January 22

Porter Wagoner made his Grand Ole Opry debut in 1955. Carl Perkins had his first recording session for Sun Records on... Read More.

December 22

Merle Haggard attempted to rob a restaurant in 1957, mistakenly believing it had closed. He was caught and ended up serving time... Read More.

November 22

Roy "Rabbit" Acuff started at wide receiver as Knoxville's Central High Bobcats beat the rival Wildcats for the first time in five... Read More.

October 22

Jimmie Rodgers records his best-selling record, "Waiting For A Train," plus "I'm Lonely And Blue" in Atlanta in 1928. Bill Monroe... Read More.

September 22

In 1979, The Eagles' Joe Walsh announced his plans to run in the 1980 Presidential election as a... Read More.

August 22, 1961

Conway Twitty and three band members escape injury when they run from their car on an Iowa Highway just before the vehicle explodes. They... Read More.