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  • May 30, 1953
    Fourteen-year-old Jimmy Boyd gets chased by a 2,000-pound bull during the Al Tansor Rodeo at Memorial Auditorium in Canton, Ohio. He escapes harm by dashing into the dressing room
    Aug 2, 1953
    The Davis Sisters are involved in a head-on car accident in Cincinnati. Betty Jack Davis is killed, while Skeeter Davis survives. The driver of the other automobile later pleads guilty to manslaughter
    Sep 1, 1953
    Steel guitarist Jerry Brightman is born in Akron, Ohio. He joins Buck Owens' Buckaroos during the 1970s, playing on several hits, including "On The Cover Of The Music City News," "Big Game Hunter" and "You Ain't Gonna Have Ol' Buck To Kick Around No More"
    Sep 2, 1953
    Lula Grace Wood marries her second husband, Lowell Smith, in Columbus, Ohio. She is destined to become a Grand Ole Opry member, operating publicly as Jan Howard
    Nov 4, 1953
    Pee Wee King debuts a weekly program on WEWS-TV in Cleveland, Ohio
    Nov 4, 1953
    Van Stephenson is born in Hamilton, Ohio. He writes Lee Greenwood's "You've Got A Good Love Comin'" and Restless Heart's "Bluest Eyes In Texas," and has a pop hit as an artist with "Modern Day Delilah" before joining the 1990s trio BlackHawk
    Jan 24, 1954
    Musician Glenn Worf is born in Dayton, Ohio. A multiple winner of the Academy of Country Music's Top Bass award, he plays on several hundred hits by Alan Jackson, George Strait, Faith Hill, Toby Keith and Martina McBride, among others. In addition, he co-produces hits by Miranda Lambert and David Nail
    Mar 1, 1954
    Actress Catherine Bach is born in Warren, Ohio. She appears in the CBS series "The Dukes Of Hazzard" as Daisy Duke. The character is referenced in the 2002 Mark Wills hit "19 Somethin'"
    Mar 15, 1954
    Jan Howard, going under her married name Lula Grace Smith, has her fourth child, Janet Louise Smith, in Columbus, Ohio. The baby dies one month later
    Mar 15, 1954
    Record executive Mike Dungan is born in Cincinnati, Ohio. He becomes the head of Capitol's Nashville division in 2000, taking part in the careers of Keith Urban, Lady Antebellum and Luke Bryan, among others. In 2012, he leads the merged Universal Music Group, which includes MCA and Mercury

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