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  • Jan 9, 1911
    Entertainment journalist Red O'Donnell is born in Nashville. He becomes one of the first reporters to write regularly about country music for The Nashville Banner
    Jan 11, 1911
    Tommy Duncan is born in Hillsboro, Texas. As a vocalist for Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys from 1935-1947, he sings on their signature song, "San Antonio Rose," and writes "Stay A Little Longer" and "Take Me Back To Tulsa"
    Jan 19, 1911
    Record producer Ken Nelson is born in Caledonia, Minnesota. Instrumental in building Capitol Records' country division, he oversees sessions for such acts as Sonny James, Buck Owens, Merle Haggard and Ferlin Husky on his way to membership in the Country Music Hall of Fame

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