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  • Jun 28, 1924
    George Morgan is born in Waverly, Tennessee. The pop-influenced singer joins the Grand Ole Opry in 1948, just before the release of his biggest hit, "Candy Kisses." The father of Lorrie Morgan, he reaches the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1998
    Jul 22, 1924
    Margaret Whiting is born in Detroit, the daughter of songwriter Richard Whiting. A successful pop singer, she records a series of country duets with Jimmy Wakely that find favor from 1949-1951, particularly the cheatin' classic "Slipping Around"
    Aug 27, 1924
    Oliver "Mooney" Lynn is born in Kentucky. He later marries Loretta Lynn and assists her rise as a country singer
    Aug 27, 1924
    Oliver "Mooney" Lynn is born in Kentucky. He later marries Loretta Lynn and assists her rise as a country singer. They become parents to Patsy and Peggy Lynn, known professionally as The Lynns
    Sep 19, 1924
    Comedian Don Harron is born in Toronto, Ontario. He plays DJ Charlie Farquharson on "Hee Haw," handling the role from the show's 1969 inception until 1986
    Jan 15, 1925
    Record producer and entrepreneur Ralph Peer coins the phrase "hillbilly music" to describe southern folk
    May 27, 1925
    Patsy Stoneman is born in Galax, Virginia. The oldest of Ernest "Pop" Stoneman's children, she replaces him in The Stoneman Family in 1968, one year after the act received the Country Music Association's Vocal Group of the Year award
    Aug 7, 1925
    Songwriter Felice Bryant is born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. With husband Boudleaux Bryant, she writes such hits as "Hole In My Pocket" and "Rocky Top." Son Del Bryant also writes Billy "Crash" Craddock's "I Cheated On A Good Woman's Love"
    Aug 27, 1925
    Carter Stanley is born in Stratton, Virginia. With sibling Ralph Stanley, he forms The Stanley Brothers, a bluegrass outfit that rivals Bill Monroe's and influences the harmonies of future country star Ricky Skaggs
    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"

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