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  • May 19, 1934
    Bass player Bobby Dyson is born in Dalehart, Texas. He plays on hits by Jim Reeves, Dolly Parton and Waylon Jennings, among others, and is reportedly the first musician to play electric bass on the Grand Ole Opry
    Feb 10, 1977
    Steel guitarist Stu Basore, bass player Bobby Dyson, keyboard player Jerry Whitehurst and guitarist James Colvard redo parts on Bobby Borchers' "Cheap Perfume And Candlelight" during an afternoon overdub session at Nashville's Fireside Studio
    Mar 11, 1977
    Bass player Bobby Dyson and drummer Jerry Carrigan work on Merle Haggard's "Ramblin' Fever" in an overdub session at Nashville's Fireside Studios
    Mar 29, 1977
    Bass player Bobby Dyson, guitarist Jim Colvard and steel player Stu Basore do additional work on Mickey Gilley's "Honky Tonk Memories" during overdubs at Fireside Studio in Nashville
    Sep 30, 1988
    Kenny Rogers fires his drummer, Bobby Daniels, currently charged in the August murder of Sylvia Coakley
    Mar 6, 1997
    Bass player Bobby Dyson dies at Nashville's Baptist Hospital following a stroke. A longtime "Hee Haw" band member, he played on hits by Dolly Parton, Jerry Reed and Waylon Jennings, and was likely the first to play electric bass on the Grand Ole Opry

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