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  • Sep 25, 1943
    Pop artist Gary "Jules" Alexander is born in Chattanooga, Tennessee. He becomes a member of The Association, whose 1967 hit "Never My Love" is reconfigured for the country audience by Vern Gosdin in 1978
    Sep 25, 1942
    "Deep In The Heart Of Texas" debuts, starring Tex Ritter in his first movie for Universal Pictures. Jimmy Wakely and Johnny Bond also join the cast
    Sep 25, 1939
    Rex Griffin records "My Hillbilly Baby" and "Lovesick Blues" during a session in New York. His version of "Lovesick Blues" is believed to have influenced Hank Williams' classic recording of the song
    Sep 25, 1939
    Louise Massey & The Westerners hold their first session for Vocalion, the label with which they reach their commercial peak. Among the songs they record: "South Of The Border (Down Mexico Way)"
    Sep 25, 1937
    Songwriter Don Pfrimmer is born in Great Falls, Montana. He pens Diamond Rio's "Meet In The Middle," Tim McGraw's "All I Want Is A Life" and Lee Roy Parnell's "Love Without Mercy," among others
    Sep 25, 1934
    Royce Kendall is born in St. Louis, Missouri. His duo with daughter Jeannie, The Kendalls, uses gospel harmony to create a series of suggestive singles, including "Heaven's Just A Sin Away," "Pittsburgh Stealers" and "Teach Me To Cheat"
    Sep 25, 1933
    Ian Tyson is born in British Columbia, Canada. The folk singer and rodeo cowboy writes Bobby Bare's "Four Strong Winds" and "Someday Soon," a Judy Collins pop recording that becomes a minor country hit for Moe Bandy in 1982 and for Suzy Bogguss in 1991
    Sep 25, 1931
    TV journalist Barbara Walters is born in Boston, Massachusetts. Noted for her ability to draw emotional interview responses from famous people, she's namechecked in the lines of Brad Paisley's "Celebrity"
    Sep 25, 1928
    Violinist Martin Katahn is born in Utica, New York. He plays with Nashville string sections on a number of country hits, including Elvis Presley's "Moody Blue," Lynn Anderson's "Rose Garden," Ray Price's "For The Good Times" and Sammi Smith's "Help Me Make It Through The Night"
    Sep 25, 1925
    KWKH goes on the air in Shreveport, Louisiana, taking its call letters from founder William Kennon Henderson. The station later sponsors "The Louisiana Hayride"

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