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  • Jan 30, 1929
    Dolores Dinning Edgin is born. She sings background on numerous hits, many as a member of The Nashville Edition, including titles by Elvis Presley, Waylon Jennings, Bobby Bare and Jerry Lee Lewis
    Feb 8, 1929
    Victor releases Jimmie Rodgers' two-sided single "Waiting For A Train" and "Blue Yodel No. 4 (California Blues)"
    Feb 8, 1929
    Victor releases the first singles featuring Grand Ole Opry stars Uncle Joe Mangrum and The Crook Brothers
    Feb 28, 1929
    Decca Records is founded in the United Kingdom. After its entry into country, the label will be associated with Conway Twitty, Loretta Lynn, Bill Anderson, Patsy Cline and Ernest Tubb, among others
    May 17, 1929
    Victor releases The Gully Jumpers' "The Little Red Caboose Behind The Train," the first Nashville recording to be issued as a single. An earlier Nashville release, by the Vaughan Quartet and The Binckley Brothers, was actually recorded later
    Jun 23, 1929
    June Carter is born in Maces Spring, Virginia, to Ezra and Mother Maybelle Carter, of The Carter Family. June co-writes Johnny Cash's "Ring Of Fire" and later marries Cash, earning duet hits with him on "Jackson" and "If I Were A Carpenter"
    Jun 23, 1929
    June Carter is born in Maces Spring, Virginia, to Ezra and Mother Maybelle Carter, of The Carter Family. June co-writes Johnny Cash's "Ring Of Fire" and later marries Cash, earning duet hits with him on "Jackson" and "If I Were A Carpenter"
    Jun 23, 1929
    June Carter is born in Maces Spring, Virginia, to Ezra and Mother Maybelle Carter, of The Carter Family. June co-writes Johnny Cash's "Ring Of Fire" and later marries Cash, earning duet hits with him on "Jackson" and "If I Were A Carpenter"
    Jul 10, 1929
    Colleen Carroll is born. She signs in the 1950s with Capitol Records, the same label that ultimately launches the career of her son, Garth Brooks
    Jul 19, 1929
    Louis Armstrong records Fats Waller's "Ain't Misbehavin'," one of four versions of the song to become a pop hit during the year. More than 50 years later, the song becomes a country hit in a new recording by Hank Williams Jr.

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