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  • Dec 11, 1949
    Lester Flatt & Earl Scruggs record "Foggy Mountain Breakdown" at the E.T. Herzog Studio in Cincinnati, Ohio. The song becomes a bluegrass classic, as well as the theme song for the 1967 movie "Bonnie And Clyde"
    Jul 3, 1950
    Moon Mullican records "Goodnight Irene" and "Mona Lisa" in Cincinnati, Ohio
    Jul 26, 1950
    Jimmie Osborne records "God Please Protect America" in Cincinnati, Ohio
    Aug 8, 1950
    Jamie O'Hara is born in Toledo, Ohio. He and Kieran Kane form The O'Kanes, a 1980s duo built on strong hooks and spare arrangements. He also writes The Judds' "Grandpa (Tell Me 'Bout The Good Old Days)," Gary Allan's "Man To Man" and John Conlee's "As Long As I'm Rockin' With You"
    Sep 1, 1950
    Patti Leatherwood is born in Cleveland, Ohio. She briefly records for the Epic label during the late-1970s, providing background vocals the following decade on the Waylon Jennings hit "The Devil's On The Loose"
    Oct 8, 1950
    Jackie Frantz is born in Sidney, Ohio. She becomes one of the two original females in the trio Dave & Sugar. During her tenure, from 1975-1977, she contributes to "Queen Of The Silver Dollar" and "The Door Is Always Open"
    Nov 10, 1950
    Hawkshaw Hawkins records the Lefty Frizzell song "I Love You A Thousand Ways" at the King Recording Studio in Cincinnati, Ohio
    Dec 8, 1950
    Moon Mullican records "Cherokee Boogie (Eh-Oh-Aleena)" in Cincinnati
    Feb 17, 1951
    Zeb Turner records "Chew Tobacco Rag" at the King Recording Studio in Cincinnati
    Mar 3, 1951
    Songwriter Bob DiPiero is born in Youngstown, Ohio. His hits include Tim McGraw's "Southern Voice," Montgomery Gentry's "Gone," George Strait's "Blue Clear Sky" and The Oak Ridge Boys' "American Made." He marries, and later divorces, Pam Tillis

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