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  • Jan 22, 1935
    Sam Cooke is born in Clarksdale, Mississippi. A highly regarded R&B vocalist, Cooke has two songs covered in the country charts: "Bring It On Home To Me," by Mickey Gilley; and "Good Times," by Dan Seals
    Jan 22, 1935
    Uncle Dave Macon records "I'll Tickle Nancy" in New Orleans. The song will be used in the 2019 PBS series "Country Music: A Film By Ken Burns"
    Jan 26, 1935
    The comedy duo Sarie & Sally makes its Grand Ole Opry debut
    Jan 27, 1935
    Bill Boyd records "Under The Double Eagle" at the Texas Hotel in San Antonio
    Jan 27, 1935
    Milton Brown & His Musical Brownies hold their first recording session in a new deal with Decca Records in Chicago. In the process, steel guitarist Bob Dunn becomes the first musician to play an amplified instrument on a country record
    Jan 28, 1935
    Milton Brown & His Brownies record "Who's Sorry Now?" and "Going Up Brushy Fork" at the Furniture Mart Building in Chicago

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