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  • Nov 25, 1964
    The Harden Trio signs with Columbia Records
    Nov 25, 1961
    Deejay Eddie Stubbs is born in Bethesda, Maryland. A musician with the bluegrass group The Johnson Mountain Boys, he works with Nashville's WSM Radio, where he announces the Grand Ole Opry and becomes a voice for the genre's heritage artists
    Nov 25, 1961
    After The New York Journal American's Dorothy Kilgallen referred to a Carnegie Hall lineup of country stars as "Carnegie hillbillies," Patsy Cline shoots back on a stage in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, referring to her as "the wicked witch of the east"
    Nov 25, 1960
    Christian-pop singer Amy Grant is born in Augusta, Georgia. She marries songwriter Gary Chapman, who eventually becomes the host of TNN's "Prime Time Country." After a 1999 divorce, she marries country singer Vince Gill in 2000
    Nov 25, 1957
    Ralph Emery begins working as the all-night disc jockey on Nashville's WSM Radio
    Nov 25, 1956
    Gene Autry & The Cass County Boys perform "Back In The Saddle Again" and "Rudolph, The Red-Nosed Reindeer" on an installment of NBC-TV's "The Steve Allen Show" that also features singer and disc jockey Jim Lowe
    Nov 25, 1949
    Tap dancer Bill "Bojangles" Robinson dies of heart failure in New York City. His life later inspires The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band's Jerry Jeff Walker-penned "Mr. Bojangles"
    Nov 25, 1949
    Bing Crosby & The Andrews Sisters record a pop version of Scotty Wiseman's "Have I Told You Lately That I Love You?"
    Nov 25, 1947
    Merle Travis records "Crazy Boogie" at Hollywood's Radio Recorders
    Nov 25, 1946
    Johnny Bond records "Divorce Me C.O.D." and "So Round, So Firm, So Fully Packed" at the Columbia Studios in Hollywood

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