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  • Apr 18, 1949
    Jimmie Osborne records "The Death Of Little Kathy Fiscus," inspired by a girl who died after falling into a California well, in Cincinnati
    Apr 27, 1949
    Zeb Turner records "Tennessee Boogie" in Cincinnati
    May 6, 1949
    The Delmore Brothers record "Blues Stay Away From Me" and "Pan American Boogie" at the E.T. Herzog Studio in Cincinnati
    May 16, 1949
    Wayne Raney records "Why Don't You Haul Off And Love Me" in Cincinnati
    Jul 23, 1949
    Cowboy Copas records "Hangman's Boogie" in Los Angeles
    Sep 2, 1949
    Hawkshaw Hawkins records "I Wasted A Nickel" in Cincinnati
    Dec 1, 1949
    Clyde Moody records "I Love You Because" in Cincinnati
    Jul 3, 1950
    Moon Mullican records "Goodnight Irene" and "Mona Lisa" in Cincinnati, Ohio
    Jul 22, 1950
    Moon Mullican breezes to the top of the Billboard country singles chart with "I'll Sail My Ship Alone"
    Jul 26, 1950
    Jimmie Osborne records "God Please Protect America" in Cincinnati, Ohio

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