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  • Nov 12, 1900
    Dean Upson is born. He becomes a member of The Vagabonds, a vocal trio that emerges among the most popular acts on the Grand Ole Opry during the 1930s
    May 16, 1901
    Bass player Birch Monroe is born. The older brother of Bill Monroe, he's among the Blue Grass Boys on the 1948 hit "Wicked Path Of Sin"
    May 16, 1901
    Bass player Birch Monroe is born. The older brother of Bill Monroe, he's among the Blue Grass Boys on the 1948 hit "Wicked Path Of Sin"
    Jul 7, 1901
    O.W. Mayo is born. He manages Bob Wills from 1933 until the end of World War II. Mayo also writes one of Wills' songs, "Blues For Dixie," and appears in the movie "Take Me Back To Oklahoma"
    Feb 3, 1902
    Piano player Lillian Hardin Armstrong is born in Memphis, Tennessee. She appears on one country single during her life, playing alongside her husband, trumpet legend Louis Armstrong, on Jimmie Rodgers' "Blue Yodel No. 9 (Standin' On The Corner)"
    Aug 12, 1902
    International Harvester is founded through a merger of McCormick Harvesting and Deering Harvester. The company provides the title for a 2007 Craig Morgan hit, "International Harvester"
    Jul 4, 1903
    Guitarist/vocalist Charlie Monroe is born in Ohio County, Kentucky. He joins younger sibling Bill to form The Monroe Brothers, who become a significant recording duo during the 1930s, pre-dating Bill's emergence as the Father of Bluegrass
    Aug 31, 1903
    Jimmy Dean is born. The brother of western star Eddie Dean, he appears with him for three years on "The National Barn Dance" out of Chicago, and performs in Foy Willing's New Riders Of The Purple Sage
    Dec 1, 1903
    A 12-minute motion picture, "The Great Train Robbery," makes its debut. It's the first western feature in history
    Dec 6, 1903
    Fiddler Hugh Farr is born in Llano, Texas. Along with brother Karl Farr, he joins the Sons Of The Pioneers, a western harmony act that enters the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1980 on the strength of the classics "Tumblin' Tumbleweeds" and "Cool Water"

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