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  • Jul 7, 1928
    Bob Nolan, destined to membership in The Sons Of The Pioneers, marries Pearl Fields in Tucson, Arizona
    Oct 21, 1932
    Guitarist Roy Nichols is born in Chandler, Arizona. He performs with Merle Haggard's Strangers from 1965-1987 and writes Haggard's "Street Singer"
    Mar 6, 1934
    Red Simpson is born in Higley, Arizona. He writes the Buck Owens hits "Gonna Have Love," "Sam's Place" and "The Kansas City Song," and scores one Top 10 single of his own, "I'm A Truck," in 1972
    Feb 18, 1939
    Pop songwriter/producer Bobby Hart is born in Phoenix, Arizona. Best known for his work with The Monkees, he writes Johnny Duncan and Janie Fricke's "Come A Little Bit Closer" and Lane Brody's "Over You"
    Oct 12, 1940
    Actor Tom Mix dies in Florence, Arizona. A western star in the earliest days of the film industry, he's mentioned in The Statler Brothers' 1977 country hit "The Movies"
    Jun 14, 1941
    Western star Tex Ritter marries leading lady Dorothy Fay at the First Congregational Church in Prescott, Arizona
    Nov 29, 1941
    Myrna Joy Brooks is born in Phoenix, Arizona. Under the name Jody Miller, she gains her widest recognition for the Grammy-winning "Queen Of The House," a 1965 answer to Roger Miller's "King Of The Road"
    May 25, 1943
    Mirriam Johnson is born in Phoenix. She's better known as Jessi Colter, the wife of Waylon Jennings and the singer of "I'm Not Lisa"
    Jul 15, 1946
    Linda Ronstadt is born in Tucson, Arizona. A multi-styled singer with a powerful voice, she finds success in country music with such singles as "Love Is A Rose," "Blue Bayou," "Crazy" and "When Will I Be Loved," as well as in collaborations with Dolly Parton and Emmylou Harris
    Nov 19, 1947
    Gene Autry buys Phoenix radio station KOOL for nearly $250,000

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