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  • Jun 24, 1962
    Bill Monroe brushes off a journalist at Sunset Park in West Grove, Pennsylvania. It's a less than auspicious first meeting with the man who will become the manager that revives his career, Ralph Rinzler
    Jun 24, 1961
    Rollin "Oscar" Sullivan, of Lonzo & Oscar, marries Geneva Busby
    Jun 24, 1957
    Jim Reeves records "Two Shadows On Your Window" during the afternoon at the Methodist Television, Radio & Film Commission in Nashville
    Jun 24, 1956
    "The Steve Allen Show" begins a five-year run on NBC. The variety series' comedic host wrote the 1950 crossover hit "Let's Go To Church (Next Sunday Morning)," recorded by Margaret Whiting & Jimmy Wakely
    Jun 24, 1952
    Guitarist Steuart Smith is born in Baltimore, Maryland. He plays on hits by Rodney Crowell, Rosanne Cash, Vince Gill, Mary Chapin Carpenter and Wynonna
    Jun 24, 1950
    Billboard reports Kenny Roberts has had his tonsils removed
    Jun 24, 1949
    Bass player John Illsley is born in London, England. He joins Dire Straits, which records the original versions of such country hits as Mary Chapin Carpenter's "The Bug," John Anderson's "When It Comes To You" and Highway 101's "Setting Me Up"
    Jun 24, 1944
    "The Yellow Rose Of Texas" debuts in theaters with Roy Rogers playing an insurance agent. Also in the cast: Dale Evans and The Sons Of The Pioneers
    Jun 24, 1943
    Columbia Pictures' "Frontier Fury" hits movie theaters with a cast that includes Charles Starrett, Jimmie Davis, Johnny Bond and Wesley Tuttle
    Jun 24, 1942
    Drummer Mick Fleetwood is born in England. He forms Fleetwood Mac, whose lengthy pop tenure includes two songs remade as country hits: "Say You Love Me," for Stephanie Winslow in 1979; and "Landslide," for The Dixie Chicks in 2002

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