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  • Mar 9, 1927
    Dock Boggs records "Sugar Baby" and "Country Blues" in New York City. Both songs are included on the influential 1952 album "Anthology Of American Folk Music"
    Apr 18, 1927
    Harmonica player DeFord Bailey records "Pan American Blues" in New York. The record is listed in the Country Music Foundation book "Heartaches By The Number" among the 500 greatest country singles of all-time
    Apr 19, 1927
    Vocalist and banjo player Buell Kazee makes his first recordings for the Brunswick label in New York City
    Apr 20, 1927
    Buell Kazee records "East Virginia" in New York City. The song is featured in the influential 1952 album "Anthology Of American Folk Music"
    Jan 16, 1928
    Buell Kazee records "The Butcher's Boy" in New York. The single eventually appears on the landmark 1952 album "Anthology Of American Folk Music"
    Jan 18, 1928
    Buell Kazee records "The Wagoner's Lad" in New York. The single is added to the influential 1952 album "Anthology Of American Folk Music"
    Jul 25, 1928
    Uncle Dave Macon records "Buddy Won't You Roll Down The Line" in Chicago. The song appears on the 1952 Smithsonian album "Anthology Of American Folk Music"
    Jul 26, 1928
    Uncle Dave Macon & Sam McGee record "Comin' Round The Mountain" in Chicago. The cut will be used in the second episode of the 2019 PBS series "Country Music: A Film By Ken Burns"
    Apr 25, 1930
    The Beverly Hill Billies make their first recordings for Brunswick Records. In 1963, they successfully sue producers of "The Beverly Hillbillies" for copyright infringement
    Aug 19, 1931
    Bing Crosby records Hoagy Carmichael's "Star Dust" in New York, with Jimmy and Tommy Dorsey in the orchestra. Crosby's death in 1977 partially inspires Willie Nelson to make an album of pop classics, which he titles "Stardust"

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