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  • Sep 20, 1968
    When his band is delayed with transportation problems, Johnny Cash meets guitarist Bob Wootton prior to a show in Fayetteville, Arkansas. Wootton claims he can play all of Cash's songs and becomes a band member that night
    Sep 20, 1968
    Mel Tillis records "Who's Julie"
    Sep 20, 1967
    Rick Nelson and wife Kristin have twins, Matthew and Gunnar, in Santa Monica, California. The boys' 1990 debut album, released as the duo Nelson, nets three pop hits, though they never approach the success of their father
    Sep 20, 1965
    The Stanley Brothers hold their final recording session as a duo in Cincinnati. Their last song: "Soldier's Grave"
    Sep 20, 1965
    Minnesota congressman Al Quie recognizes Jimmy Dean's patriotism by having his name added to the Congregational Record
    Sep 20, 1964
    Songwriter Bobby Braddock marries Sue Rhodes
    Sep 20, 1964
    Charlie and Hazel Daniels are married in Tulsa, Oklahoma
    Sep 20, 1961
    Karl Farr, of the Sons Of The Pioneers, dies of a heart attack on stage at the Eastern Exposition Coliseum in West Springfield, Massachusetts. Known for "Tumbling Tumbleweeds" and "Cool Water," the western harmony group later joins the Country Music Hall of Fame
    Sep 20, 1961
    Tex Ritter stars in his first theatrical production in almost three decades, "The Stovepipe Hat," as it opens at the Music Box Theater in Los Angeles. The show closes three nights later
    Sep 20, 1959
    Glen Campbell marries Billie Jean Nunley in Las Vegas. It's his second marriage

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