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  • Jan 3, 1918
    Maxene Andrews is born in Minneapolis, Minnesota. With siblings LaVerne and Patty, she forms The Andrews Sisters, a World War II-era pop trio that lands on the country charts during the 1940s in collaborations with Bing Crosby and Ernest Tubb
    Jan 9, 1918
    Jimmie Rodgers, destined to become known as The Singing Brakeman, takes a job with the New Orleans & Northeastern railroad in New Orleans
    Jan 28, 1918
    Lyricist Bob Hilliard is born in New York City. Known for the pop classic "Our Day Will Come," he also writes Ronnie Milsap's "Any Day Now," Bobby Helms' "Jacqueline" and Mickey Gilley's "Bouquet Of Roses"

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