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  • Dec 25, 1908
    Alton Delmore is born in Elkmont, Alabama. With younger sibling Ramon, he forms The Delmore Brothers, whose mix of country and the blues makes them a popular Grand Ole Opry act in the 1930s and a 2001 entry in the Country Music Hall of Fame
    May 10, 1909
    Mother Maybelle Carter is born in Nickelsville, Virginia. With her cousin, Sara, and Sara's husband, A.P. Carter, they form the Carter Family, one of the pioneering acts in country music. They enter the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1970
    May 10, 1909
    Mother Maybelle Carter is born in Nickelsville, Virginia. With her cousin, Sara, and Sara's husband, A.P. Carter, they form the Carter Family, one of the pioneering acts in country music. They enter the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1970
    Nov 8, 1909
    Scotty Wiseman is born in Ingalls, North Carolina. In 1934, he marries Lulu Belle Stamey, with whom he becomes one of country music's leading husband-and-wife duos. He also writes "Mountain Dew" and "Have I Told You Lately That I Love You"
    Jan 27, 1910
    Walter "Joe" Callahan is born in Madison County, North Carolina. With younger sibling Bill, he forms The Callahan Brothers, a significant duo that records for the ARC label during the 1930s
    Jun 17, 1910
    Red Foley is born in Blue Lick, Kentucky. Following his sentimental hit about his dog, "Old Shep," he becomes a major figure on the Grand Ole Opry in the 1940s and '50s. The grandfather of Debby Boone, he enters the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1967
    Jul 18, 1910
    Keyboard player Lou Busch is born in Louisville, Kentucky. Under the stage name Joe "Fingers" Carr, he joins Tennessee Ernie Ford on the 1951 country hit "Tailor Made Woman." He marries pop/country singer Margaret Whiting from 1950-1953
    Aug 10, 1910
    Ernest "Jim" Carter is born in Tioga, Texas. He joins the family gospel group The Chuck Wagon Gang, whose "After The Sunrise" is named among country's 500 greatest singles in the Country Music Foundation's "Heartaches By The Number"
    Aug 1, 1911
    Playwright Maxwell Anderson marries fellow University of North Dakota student Margaret Haskett. He composes "September Song," a Broadway song that's eventually revived for country fans by Willie Nelson
    Aug 10, 1911
    Bass player Wanna Coffman is born. He becomes an original member of Milton Brown's western swing band The Musical Brownies, which also includes guitarist Derwood Brown, banjo player Ocie Stockard and fiddler Jesse Ashlock

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