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  • Apr 17, 1926
    Uncle Dave Macon officially joins the Grand Ole Opry
    May 8, 1926
    Obed Pickard, the first singing star of the Grand Ole Opry, makes his debut on the WSM radio show
    May 13, 1926
    Disc jockey Dewey Phillips is born in Adamsville, Tennessee. He becomes the first person to play an Elvis Presley record in 1954, spinning "That's All Right" 14 times straight on a Memphis station
    May 23, 1926
    Songwriter Arthur Gunter is born in Nashville. He writes Elvis Presley's early hit "Baby, Let's Play House"
    Jun 19, 1926
    DeFord Bailey makes his Grand Ole Opry debut, becoming the first African-American to perform on the program
    Jun 27, 1926
    Steel player Ivan "Little Roy" Wiggins is born in Nashville. He plays on more than 50 Eddy Arnold hits, including "Take Me In Your Arms And Hold Me," "Texarkana Baby" and "Bouquet Of Roses"
    Jul 3, 1926
    Uncle Jimmy Thompson plays his fiddle on Nashville's Grand Ole Opry, marking a return to the show less than two months after he broke his arm
    Jul 24, 1926
    The Crook Brothers make their first appearance on the Grand Ole Opry, then called "The WSM Barn Dance." The group plays the Opry for the next 62 years. Also debuting on the show: Sid Harkreader
    Sep 17, 1926
    Bill Black is born in Memphis, Tennessee. He goes on to become Elvis Presley's first bass player, participating in such hits as "Hound Dog," "Heartbreak Hotel," "All Shook Up" and "Don't Be Cruel"
    Oct 14, 1926
    Kenny Roberts is born in Lenoir City, Tennessee, with the given name George Kingsbury. The yodeling singer/songwriter earns a handful of country hits on Coral Records in 1949 and 1950

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