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  • Sep 16, 1925
    Songwriter Earl Solomon Burroughs is born. Working under the name Jack Hammer, he co-writes the Jerry Lee Lewis classic "Great Balls Of Fire"
    Oct 28, 1925
    Vince Gill's mother, Jerene Kachelman, is born
    Dec 21, 1925
    Quanah Talmadge "Billy" Tubb is born in Texas. He writes "Seaman's Blues" for his uncle, Ernest Tubb, while serving in the Pacific during World War II
    Jan 23, 1926
    Songwriter Casey Anderson is born in Osnabronk, North Dakota. A founding member of the Nashville Songwriters Association International, he co-writes Merle Haggard's "The Fugitive" with his wife, Liz Anderson. Daughter Lynn Anderson becomes a significant country singer
    Jan 23, 1926
    Songwriter Casey Anderson is born in Osnabrock, North Dakota. A founding member of the Nashville Songwriters Association International, he co-writes Merle Haggard's "The Fugitive" with his wife, Liz Anderson. Daughter Lynn Anderson becomes a significant country singer
    Feb 26, 1926
    Bob Wills' brother, Billy Jack Wills, is born in Hall County, Texas. He serves as principal vocalist of The Texas Playboys in the late-1940s, and writes the lyrics to the western-swing classic "Faded Love"
    Mar 13, 1926
    Maybelle Addington marries Ezra Carter. As a member of The Carter Family, she helps shape country harmony singing and ends up in the Country Music Hall of Fame
    May 2, 1926
    Ernest Stoneman writes to Thomas Edison in an effort to expand his recording presence. He subsequently records for both Edison Records and Okeh, which has already issued a number of his performances
    Nov 6, 1926
    Jackie Smith is born. After her marriage to Clark McEntire in 1950, her children will include two country hitmakers: Reba McEntire and Pake McEntire
    Nov 21, 1926
    "The House Without A Key" debuts in theaters. Based on a book by Earl Derr Biggers, it introduces the mystery-solving character Charlie Chan, who receives a mention in The Statler Brothers' 1977 country hit "The Movies"

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