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  • Jun 24, 1929
    Connie Hall is born in Walden, Kentucky. She builds a four-year chart run during the early-1960s, ending with her 1963 hit "Fool Me Once"
    Jun 24, 1925
    Fiddlin' John Carson records "Little Mary Phagan," the story of a woman whose murder led to a lynching of her boss, in New York. The song is central in building Carson's reputation, helping him become one of the first recorded hillbilly artists
    Jun 24, 1923
    Soprano Millie Kirkham is born in Hermitage, Tennessee. She provides a high harmony voice on numerous hits, including Ferlin Husky's "Gone," Elvis Presley's "Blue Christmas" and George Jones' "He Stopped Loving Her Today"
    Jun 24, 1921
    Guitarist Jimmy Self is born in Childress, Texas. He plays on hit records by RCA acts Eddy Arnold, Don Gibson and Hank Locklin
    Jun 24, 1919
    Songwriter Johnny Hathcock is born in Henderson, Texas. He writes Jim Reeves' "Welcome To My World" and Hank Thompson's "Wake Up, Irene"
    Jun 24, 1918
    John Bailes is born in Kanawha County, West Virginia. Along with sibling Walter, he helps form the first successful version of The Bailes Brothers, a family duo act that actually uses various combinations of four brothers from 1942 into the 1950s
    Jun 24, 1900
    Pop vocalist Gene Austin is born in Gainesville, Texas. The most popular singer preceding the Great Depression, he earns a 1928 hit with "Ramona," which Billy Walker remakes as a country hit in 1968
    Jun 24, 1893
    Roy O. Disney is born in Chicago. With brother Walt, he founds the Disney company, which eventually establishes Lyric Street Records as a country label, providing a recording home for Rascal Flatts, Aaron Tippin and SHeDAISY, among others

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