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Jul 6, 1933
Bob Mulloy born in Nashville. He founds a music business program in 1972 at Nashville's Belmont University, which becomes a major supplier of workers on Music Row. The program graduates Trisha Yearwood, Brad Paisley and Lee Ann Womack, among others
Oct 30, 1933
Songwriter Ramsey Kearney born in Bolivar, Tennessee. He co-authors Brenda Lee's 1961 pop hit "Emotions"
Dec 4, 1933
Game show figure Wink Martindale born in Jackson, Tennessee. He briefly earns country fame in 1959 with his remake of "T" Texas Tyler's "Deck Of Cards"
Jan 6, 1934
Pop songwriter Fred Rose makes his debut on the Grand Ole Opry. He later forms a major publishing house, Acuff-Rose Music, in Nashville
Mar 19, 1934
Songwriter Gene Dobbins is born in Memphis, Tennessee. He writes Billy "Crash" Craddock's "Easy As Pie," Ty Herndon's "A Man Holdin' On (To A Woman Lettin' Go)" and C.W. McCall's "Roses For Mama," among others
Mar 25, 1934
Johnny Burnette is born in Memphis, Tennessee. In the mid-1950s, Johnny Burnette & The Rock 'N' Roll Trio becomes a rockabilly force, pioneering the use of distortion
Mar 31, 1934
During a 30-mile drive to appear on the Grand Ole Opry, dulcimer player Kitty Cora Cline witnesses a horrible auto accident. She vows to never again travel by car, ending the six-year Opry span of the show's first female soloist
Mar 31, 1934
"Talking blues" specialist Robert Lunn makes his Grand Ole Opry debut
Apr 21, 1934
The blackface comedy duo Lasses & White makes its Grand Ole Opry debut
May 26, 1934
Fiddler Theron Hale makes his final appearance on the Grand Ole Opry, where he has performed regularly for eight years
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