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  • Apr 2, 1938
    Warner Mack is born in Nashville, Tennessee. A regular on "The Louisiana Hayride" and "The Ozark Jubilee," he nabs more than 10 Top 10 hits in the 1950s and '60s, including his signature song, "The Bridge Washed Out"
    Jun 4, 1938
    The Vagabonds and The Lakeland Sisters close out their membership on the Grand Ole Opry, performing at the Dixie Tabernacle in Nashville
    Jul 19, 1938
    Margaret Waters, of the comedy act Sarie & Sally, is felled by an illness, forcing Edna "Sarie" Umensetter to appear solo on the Grand Ole Opry for three months
    Jul 26, 1938
    R&B singer Bobby Hebb is born in Nashville. Best known for the 1966 hit "Sunny," his 1958 recording of "Night Train To Memphis" will rank among the 500 greatest country singles in the Country Music Foundation book "Heartaches By The Number"
    Aug 12, 1938
    Songwriter Paul Craft is born in Memphis. His credits include: T. Graham Brown's "Come As You Were," Moe Bandy's "Hank Williams, You Wrote My Life" and Bobby Bare's "Dropkick Me Jesus (Through The Goal Posts Of Life)"
    Aug 16, 1938
    Talent agent Tandy Rice is born in Franklin, Tennessee. An agent for Jim Ed Brown, Tom T. Hall and Billy Carter, he also judges the Miss America pageant in 1983
    Sep 17, 1938
    The Delmore Brothers make their final Grand Ole Opry appearance as members, performing "What Would You Give In Exchange?" at the Dixie Tabernacle in Nashville
    Oct 14, 1938
    Melba Montgomery is born in Iron City, Tennessee. The hard-edged traditionalist scores a Mothers Day hit in 1974 with "No Charge" and teams with George Jones in 1963 for "We Must Have Been Out Of Our Minds"
    Oct 15, 1938
    Sarie & Sally return to work as a duo on the Grand Ole Opry at the Dixie Tabernacle in Nashville. Margaret "Sally" Waters' illness had forced Edna "Sarie" Umesetter to perform as a solo comedienne for the previous three months
    Nov 12, 1938
    Francis Craig writes the Vanderbilt fight song, "Dynamite," three days before a football game against Tennessee. Craig goes on to write the 1947 pop hit "Near You," which becomes a country hit in 1977 for George Jones & Tammy Wynette

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