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  • Sep 8, 1929
    The black-and-white film "The Wagon Master" debuts. Starring Ken Maynard, the picture introduces "The Lone Star Trail," a song Maynard remakes the following year. The single appears in the 1952 album "Anthology Of American Folk Music"
    Oct 28, 1929
    Ray Hall secures copyright for "Moonlight And Skies," which Jimmie Rodgers records the following summer. Hall later balks when Rodgers tries to pay him a standard fee for the song
    Nov 22, 1929
    Victor releases the Jimmie Rodgers single "Frankie And Johnny" backed with "Everybody Does It In Hawaii"
    Mar 13, 1930
    Singer/songwriter Liz Anderson is born in Roseau, Minnesota. The mother of Lynn Anderson, she writes two of Merle Haggard's first hits: "(My Friends Are Gonna Be) Strangers" and "The Fugitive"
    Mar 15, 1930
    Chuck Wagon Gang patriarch Dave "Dad" Carter and his wife, Carrie, welcome a daughter, Bettye Carter
    Apr 4, 1930
    Victor releases Jimmie Rodgers' double-sided single "Whisper Your Mother's Name" backed with "A Drunkard's Child"
    Apr 18, 1930
    Songwriter Don Hecht is born. He writes the Patsy Cline hit "Walkin' After Midnight"
    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
    Jun 10, 1930
    The Bob Steele western "Near The Rainbow's End" debuts in movie theaters. It's the first of several pictures to feature "Ragtime Cowboy Joe," a 1947 country hit for pop singer Eddy Howard
    Jun 17, 1930
    Guitarist Cliff Gallup is born. He makes his mark as the lead guitarist of Gene Vincent's Blue Caps, performing on the rockabilly classic "Be-Bop-A-Lula"

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