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  • Dec 19, 1915
    Songwriter Carl Stutz is born in Richmond, Virginia. An accountant, teacher and disc jockey, he writes "Little Things Mean A Lot," a 1954 pop hit for Kitty Kallen which is resurrected in 1978 for the country audience by Margo Smith
    Dec 19, 1915
    Singer/songwriter Charlie Ryan is born in Graceville, Minnesota. He earns a country hit in 1960 with "Hot Rod Lincoln." The song climbs into pop's Top 10 in 1972 for Commander Cody & His Lost Planet Airmen
    Dec 19, 1908
    The Grand Ole Opry's Bill Carlisle is born in Wakefield, Kentucky. Along with brother Cliff, he forms The Carlisles, and their mix of music and humor leads to six Top 10 hits, including "Too Old To Cut The Mustard" and the #1 single "No Help Wanted"
    Dec 19, 1901
    Oliver La Farge is born in New York City. A Pulitzer Prize-winning author, he fathers Peter La Farge, who writes the 1964 Johnny Cash hit "The Ballad Of Ira Hayes"

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