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  • Oct 11, 1932
    Dorothy Marsh is born in McMinnville, Tennessee. As singer/songwriter Dottie West, she joins the Grand Ole Opry in 1964, building a lengthy career around several Kenny Rogers duets and her trademarks "Country Sunshine" and "A Lesson In Leavin'." She enters the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2018
    Nov 30, 1932
    Bass player Bob Moore is born in Nashville. A member of Nashville's "A-Team" of studio musicians, his hundreds of credits include hits by Kenny Rogers, Conway Twitty, George Jones, Patsy Cline, Elvis Presley and Loretta Lynn
    Dec 28, 1932
    Dorsey Burnette is born in Memphis, Tennessee. As a member of Johnny Burnette And The Rock & Roll Trio, he plays a seminal role in the growth of rockabilly. He also writes Glen Campbell's "Hey Little One"
    Mar 10, 1933
    Country TV/radio host Ralph Emery is born in McEwen, Tennessee. After establishing himself as a fixture on Nashville's WSM Radio, he spends 10 years as the host of TNN's daily country talk show, "Nashville Now." He is inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2007
    Apr 5, 1933
    Guitarist, fiddler and mandolin player Charlie Collins is born in Pioneer, Tennessee. He becomes a member of Roy Acuff's Smoky Mountain Boys and plays on Tom T. Hall's 1976 hit "Fox On The Run"
    Apr 29, 1933
    The Delmore Brothers make their first appearance on the Grand Ole Opry
    May 30, 1933
    Songwriter Don Wayne is born in Nashville. He wins an award for writing Cal Smith's "Country Bumpkin" and authors Lefty Frizzell's "Saginaw, Michigan"
    Jun 16, 1933
    Guitarist George McCormick is born near Carthage, Tennessee. He plays on several hits by The Louvin Brothers and writes Porter Wagoner's "Big Wind"
    Jul 6, 1933
    Bob Mulloy is born in Nashville. He founds a music business program in 1971 at Nashville's Belmont University, which becomes a major supplier of workers on Music Row. The school graduates Trisha Yearwood, Brad Paisley, Lee Ann Womack and the members of Florida Georgia Line, among others
    Sep 13, 1933
    Bass player Lewie Steinberg is born in Memphis. An original member of Booker T. & The MG's, he plays bass on William Bell's "You Don't Miss Your Water," considered one of country's all-time greatest singles in the Country Music Foundation book "Heartaches By The Number"

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