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Have you tried Ken Burns - he'd have found something if it exists.
Also there's Tony Palmer.

Wiki links here:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Country_Music_(miniseries)

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/All_You_Need_Is_Love:_The_Story_of_Popular_Music

CJB


On 05/01/2021, Chris Kennedy <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Hi Everyone, Happy New Year. My name is Chris Kennedy and I’m a researcher,
> writer and musician. I thought I’d float this out and see if anyone has any
> thoughts or suggestions as far as rocks unturned. Elvis made is only Opry
> appearance on 10/2/54, Saturday night. He apparently sang Blue Moon of
> Kentucky and that’s basically all the info that’s out there. No recording,
> no ephemera, no ads, show programs or reviews or mentions. I believe
> Saturday nights were broadcast on WSM but I can’t confirm that this show
> was. The LOC has Opry recordings but I haven’t come across anything. The
> Country Music Hall of Fame / Rock Hall either. I’ve done some searches
> through the Tennessean archives with nothing turning up. It would be
> interesting and fun to turn up something on this part of music history.
>
> Sent from my iPhone


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