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  • Nov 6, 1932
    Drummer Paul English is born in Vernon, Texas. He becomes a member of Willie Nelson's band, contributing to such hits as "Blue Skies," "Georgia On My Mind," "Whiskey River" and "Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain"
    Nov 25, 1932
    Songwriter Glenn Reeves is born in Shamrock, Texas. He writes Faron Young's 1957 single "I'm Gonna Live Some Before I Die"
    Jan 11, 1933
    Goldie Hill is born in Karnes City, Texas. Nicknamed "The Golden Hillbilly," she earns a #1 record in 1953 with "I Let The Stars Get In My Eyes," and a duet hit with Justin Tubb, "Looking Back To See," before marrying Carl Smith in 1957 and retiring
    Mar 8, 1933
    Johnny Dollar is born in Kilgore, Texas. Starting as a disc jockey, he appears on The Louisiana Hayride and Dallas' "Big D Jamboree" on his way to earning a minor hit with the 1966 release "Stop The Start (Of Tears In My Heart)"
    Mar 18, 1933
    Facing hard times, Jimmie Rodgers sells his Kerrville, Texas, home--nicknamed Blue Yodeler's Paradise--for $9,100, less than half of its original price
    Apr 20, 1933
    Jeanette Hicks is born in Texarkana, Arkansas. She becomes a Louisiana Hayride performer, appearing on one hit in 1957, a George Jones duet titled "Yearning"
    Apr 30, 1933
    Willie Nelson is born in Abbott, Texas, though some relatives insist the birth was April 29. After writing "Crazy" and "Hello Walls," he becomes a major figure in the '70s outlaw movement, earning a plaque in the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1993
    Aug 8, 1933
    R&B vocalist Joe Tex is born in Rogers, Texas. Noted for the singles "I Gotcha" and "Skinny Legs And All," he earns a country hit as a songwriter after Barbara Mandrell covers his 1967 recording, "Show Me"
    Sep 28, 1933
    Country Johnny Mathis is born in Maud, Texas. He joins Jimmy Lee Fautheree to form Jimmy & Johnny, a duo that scores its only hit, 1954's "If You Don't Somebody Else Will," under a rare country deal with Chicago blues label Chess Records
    Oct 2, 1933
    A pair of former western swing bandmates compete in a concert billed as a "battle dance": Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys versus Milton Brown & His Musical Brownies. Admission to the show, at the Green Terrace in Lake Waco, Texas, is $1

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