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  • Jan 2, 1934
    The Callahan Brothers hold their first recording session, for the American Record Corporation, in New York City
    Jan 6, 1934
    Bobby Lord is born in Sanford, Florida. Lord makes an impact on TV, as a regular on 1950s-era shows hosted by Paul Whiteman and Red Foley, and later with his own syndicated show. Lord earns one Top 10 hit, "Without Your Love," in 1956
    Jan 6, 1934
    Pop songwriter Fred Rose makes his debut on the Grand Ole Opry. He later forms a major publishing house, Acuff-Rose Music, in Nashville
    Jan 9, 1934
    Steel guitarist Jimmy Day is born in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. He works with the likes of Webb Pierce, Hank Williams and Willie Nelson, playing on Ray Price's "City Lights," The Everly Brothers' "Bye Bye Love" and George Jones' "The Race Is On"
    Jan 13, 1934
    Skeeter Davis' grandfather, James Roberts, is murdered in Rising Sun, Indiana
    Jan 15, 1934
    Lloyd Gentry Jr. is born in Richmond, Kentucky. His kids will include a future country star: Montgomery Gentry member Troy Gentry
    Jan 30, 1934
    Songwriter Melvin Endsley is born in Drasco, Arkansas. Endsley writes Marty Robbins' "Knee Deep In The Blues" and "Singing The Blues"

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