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  • Apr 14, 1926
    Uncle Dave Macon records "Way Down The Old Plank Road" in New York. It's featured in the 1952 Smithsonian album "Anthology Of American Folk Music"
    Apr 19, 1927
    DeFord Bailey records "Fox Chase" and "Muscle Shoal Blues" in New York
    May 7, 1927
    Uncle Dave Macon records "Rock About My Saro Jane" in New York City
    Apr 5, 1930
    Uncle Jimmy Thompson records "Uncle Jimmy's Favorite Fiddling Pieces" in Knoxville, Tennessee. The recording is used in the 2019 PBS series "Country Music: A Film By Ken Burns"
    Oct 29, 1931
    Gene Autry & Jimmy Long record "That Silver-Haired Daddy Of Mine" in New York
    Sep 28, 1932
    The Carlisle Brothers--Bill and Cliff--hold their first recording session, for Vocalion Records, in New York. They cut just one side, "She Was A Pip," and don't return to the studio for another 10 months
    Sep 6, 1933
    Clarence Ashley and Gwen Foster record an early version of "House Of The Rising Sun." The title becomes a country hit for Dolly Parton in 1981
    Oct 10, 1933
    The Light Crust Doughboys record "Beautiful Texas" in Chicago. The session is the first for steel guitarist Leon McAuliffe
    Nov 13, 1934
    The Hoosier Hot Shots hold their first recording session at the Furniture Mart Building in Chicago, Illinois
    Apr 22, 1935
    The Light Crust Doughboys hold a recording session in Fort Worth, Texas. It marks the first time that fiddler Kenneth Pitts records with the band

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