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  • Sep 18, 1958
    Van Stoneman, of The Stoneman Family, marries Helen Alvey
    Sep 18, 1957
    Elvis Presley's father, Vernon, sends a letter to guitar player Scotty Moore and bass player Bill Black, accepting their resignation
    Sep 18, 1957
    The CBS-TV series "The Big Record" debuts, with host Patti Page
    Sep 18, 1953
    Red Foley records a duet with daughter Betty Foley, "As Far As I'm Concerned," and a seasonal solo hit, "Put Christ Back Into Christmas," at Nashville's Castle Studio
    Sep 18, 1953
    Banjo player/songwriter Carl Jackson is born in Louisville, Mississippi. He authors Vince Gill's "No Future In The Past," Glen Campbell's "(Love Always) Letter To Home" and Pam Tillis' "Put Yourself In My Place." Jackson plays on hits by Blake Shelton, Dolly Parton and Brad Paisley
    Sep 18, 1953
    Record producer Steve Fishell is born in Oak Harbor, Washington. After playing steel guitar with Emmylou Harris' Hot Band, he goes on to produce Jann Browne's "Tell Me Why," Radney Foster's "Nobody Wins" and Pam Tillis' "Mi Vida Loca"
    Sep 18, 1950
    "Redwood Forest Trail" opens in theaters, with singing cowboy Rex Allen as the leading good guy. His performances include "America, The Beautiful"
    Sep 18, 1949
    Charlie Louvin marries Betty Harrison in Hernando, Mississippi
    Sep 18, 1948
    "Hayloft Hoedown" ends an 11-week run on ABC-TV. One of the first network shows to feature country music, the program aired from Town Hall in Philadelphia, with Wesley Tuttle the best-known performer in its weekly cast
    Sep 18, 1948
    Eddy Arnold tops the Billboard country singles chart with "Just A Little Lovin' (Will Go A Long, Long Way)"

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