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  • May 9, 1949
    Decca releases Ernest Tubb's "Mean Mama Blues"
    May 9, 1949
    Columbia releases Little Jimmy Dickens' "Country Boy"
    May 9, 1949
    Tommy Duncan And His Western All Stars record his only solo hit, a remake of Jimmie Rodgers' "Gamblin' Polka Dot Blues"
    May 9, 1946
    Bobby Lewis is born in Hodgenville, Kentucky. The 5'-4" singer takes up the lute, instead of guitar, grabbing a pair of hits in the late-1960s
    May 9, 1946
    "Rainbow Over Texas" debuts in movie theaters featuring Roy Rogers and his regular cast: Dale Evans, Gabby Hayes, Trigger and The Sons Of The Pioneers
    May 9, 1946
    George W. Smith dies of a cerebral hemorrhage at Ohio Valley General Hospital in Wheeling, West Virginia. The managing director of WWVA, he created "The Wheeling Jamboree," an Opry-style radio show
    May 9, 1944
    Jimmie Davis becomes governor of Louisiana
    May 9, 1944
    Richie Furay is born in Yellow Springs, Ohio. He becomes a founding member of Buffalo Springfield and Poco, two bands that play a pioneering role in the development of country-rock
    May 9, 1942
    With World War II raging, Tommy Duncan, lead singer for Bob Wills' Texas Playboys, tells Tulsa's KVOO listeners goodbye and joins the Army. Wills subsequently replaces Duncan with Leon Huff
    May 9, 1940
    Tex Ritter is Tex Rockett in the debut of "Cowboy From Sundown," a western that features a minor role for "Dear Oakie" songwriter Doye O'Dell

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