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  • Apr 29, 1929
    Steel guitarist Billy Mize is born in Kansas City, Kansas. He writes Charlie Walker's 1960 hit "Who Will Buy The Wine" and plays on Merle Haggard's 1966 single "The Bottle Let Me Down"
    May 10, 1930
    Betty Brown is born in Dodge City, Kansas. Son Dave Innis will become the keyboard player for Restless Heart
    Dec 17, 1931
    James Stanley Gill is born in Kansas. His children will include a Country Music Hall of Fame member, Vince Gill
    Mar 6, 1937
    Steel guitarist Ben Keith is born in Fort Riley, Kansas. Raised in Kentucky, he plays on such hits as Patsy Cline's "I Fall To Pieces," Emmylou Harris' "If I Could Only Win Your Love," Faron Young's "Country Girl" and Neil Young's "Heart Of Gold"
    May 18, 1939
    Songwriter/producer Gary S. Paxton is born in Coffeyville, Kansas. After overseeing Bobby "Boris" Pickett's "Monster Mash," Paxton produces country hits for Vern Gosdin; plays on singles by Stoney Edwards and Waylon Jennings; and authors Roy Clark's "Honeymoon Feelin'" and Don Gibson's "Woman (Sensuous Woman)"
    Jun 2, 1939
    Woodwind player Charles Miller is born in Olathe, Kansas. As a member of the 1970s funk band War, he co-writes "Low Rider," which likewise earns him a co-writing credit on Thomas Rhett's "Vacation," built around a similar core instrumental riff
    Dec 12, 1941
    Pop keyboard player Terry Kirkman is born in Salina, Kansas. He becomes a member of the Los Angeles-based group The Association, which scores a 1967 hit with "Never My Love," later a country hit for Vern Gosdin
    Aug 14, 1942
    Songwriter/producer Brent Maher is born in Great Bend, Kansas. He produces hits for The Judds, Michael Johnson and Dottie West and writes such titles as The Judds' "Why Not Me" and "Girls Night Out," West's "A Lesson In Leavin'" and Tanya Tucker's "Some Kind Of Trouble"
    Jul 6, 1944
    Fiddler Byron Berline is born in Caldwell, Kansas. He plays with such acts as Bill Monroe and The Dillards, and takes part in the Emmylou Harris hits "If I Could Only Win Your Love" and "One Of These Days"
    Nov 20, 1947
    Rock guitarist Joe Walsh is born in Wichita, Kansas. After working in The James Gang and as a solo artist, he joins the country-rock band The Eagles. The band is honored in a 1993 tribute album, "Common Thread: The Songs Of The Eagles"

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