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  • Feb 20, 1954
    Bluegrass performer Claire Lynch is born in Poughkeepsie, New York. The plaintive singer begins her career with The Front Porch String Band, earning Grammy nominations with two solo albums, "Moonlighter" and "Silver And Gold"
    Feb 20, 1954
    Webb Pierce rises to #1 on the Billboard country singles chart for the first of 17 straight weeks with "Slowly"
    Feb 20, 1953
    Columbia releases Marty Robbins' "I Couldn't Keep From Crying"
    Feb 20, 1951
    Kathie Baillie, of Baillie & The Boys, is born in Morristown, New Jersey. She sings on seven Top 10 singles for the trio--which becomes a duo after its first album--from 1987-1990, including "Oh Heart," "Long Shot" and "(I Wish I Had A) Heart Of Stone"
    Feb 20, 1950
    Spade Cooley has a starring role as the western movie "The Silver Bandit" debuts
    Feb 20, 1950
    Columbia releases Johnny Bond's "Love Song In 32 Bars"
    Feb 20, 1946
    Claude King marries Barbara Jean Coco
    Feb 20, 1945
    Curley Williams & His Georgia Peach Pickers hold their first recording session, for Columbia Records
    Feb 20, 1943
    Okeh releases Ted Daffan's "Born To Lose" and "No Letter Today"
    Feb 20, 1942
    Ted Daffan's Texans record "Born To Lose" and "No Letter Today" in the CBS Studios at the corner of Gower & Vine in Los Angeles

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