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1976 - Nashville Wraps Begins

Look at all the events that happened the year Nashville Wraps began!

1976 - "Maybe I'm Amazed" written by Paul McCartney and dedicated to his wife Linda, who had helped him get through the break-up of The Beatles, was released as a single from a live performance of the song during his 1976 Wings American tour. The song became a top-ten hit in the United States.

1976 Tony Lama Cowgirl Boots "Bicentinial Eagles"

1976 - ABC premiers this new game show "Family Fued" starring Richard Dawson who once starred in "Hogan's Heroes". He was especially known for kissing all the female contestants.

1976 - The birth of the boombox. This Marantz Superscope with AM/FM tuner, cassette recorder, 4 speaker system sold for 200 dollars.

1976 Furniture Ad -"This Thomasville dining room could made your whole house jealous."

1976 - How office work got done back then.

1976 - "Wanted! The Outlaws" won the CMA Album of the Year featuring Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, Jessi Colter, and Tompall Glaser. Released by RCA Victor to capitalize on the new outlaw country movement,

1976 - The Farrah Fawcett hairstyle was every girl's dream.

1976 - Bicentennial Libbey flag glasses were quite the collectors item.

1976 - "Elvis Bicentennial - Live in Charlotte and Chicago" features footage during these 1976 concerts.

1976 "Welcome Back, Kotter" vintage lunch box featuring Gabe Kaplan and a young John Travolta.

1976 - "Rich Man Poor Man" was the first-ever dramatic mini-series to appear on American television and went on to win multiple Emmy and Gold Globe Awards that year.

1976 - Kennedy Half Dollars celebrate the Bicentennial of the United States.

1976 - "Rhinestone Cowboy" recorded by Glen Campbell wins the CMA "Song of the Year".

1976 - Even Disney got on board to celebrate the Bicentennial that year with their Mickey Mouse porcelain plate.

Red candies were eliminated in 1976 due to health concerns over the dye amaranth (FD Red #2), which was a suspected carcinogen. They were replaced with orange-colored candies. This was done despite the fact that M's did not contain the dye; the action was purely to satisfy worried consumers. Red candies were reintroduced later, but they also kept the orange colored M's.

1976 - Dolly Parton wins the CMA Female Vocalist of the Year.

1976 - This Magnavox console television set was popular in many living rooms.

1976 Emmy Awards for Outstanding Actors in a Comedy Series were Betty White, Mary Tyler Moore & Ted Knight shown with co-star Ed Asner for "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" which also won for Outstanding Comedy Series.

1976 Thunderbird advertised as the "Best Luxury Car in the World".

1976 - Charlie’s Angel Farrah Fawcett aka “Jill Monroe” not only made her hairstyle popular, but this 1976 Mustang II Cobra II became a classic.

1976 - Schwinn Fair Lady bicycles were very popular with the girls.

1976 - Spencer Gifts put this plate out to celebrate our Bicentennial.