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  • Jan 3, 1946
    Spade Cooley records "You Can't Break My Heart," "Detour" and "Crazy 'Cause I Love You" at the CBS Studios at Hollywood & Gower in Los Angeles
    Jan 3, 1946
    Decca releases The Hoosier Hot Shots' "Sioux City Sue"
    Jan 5, 1946
    Steel guitarist Doug Jernigan is born in Pensacola, Florida. A road warrior with Faron Young, Lorrie Morgan and David Houston, he plays on Johnny Paycheck's mid-'70s hit "Song And Dance Man"
    Jan 5, 1946
    Two singles tie for the top spot on the Billboard country singles chart: Tex Ritter's "You Will Have To Pay" and Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys' "White Cross On Okinawa"
    Jan 6, 1946
    Grandpa Jones is discharged after a two-year stint in the Army
    Jan 7, 1946
    Columbia releases Gene Autry's "Silver Spurs (On The Golden Stairs)"
    Jan 8, 1946
    For his 11th birthday, Elvis Presley receives an $8 guitar
    Jan 11, 1946
    Naomi Judd is born in Ashland, Kentucky. Along with daughter Wynonna, The Judds become the pre-eminent duo of the '80s with harmonies that reflect mountain music and the blues. Chronic hepatitis forces her to halt regular performing in 1991
    Jan 11, 1946
    Gene Autry records "You Only Want Me When You're Lonely" and "You're Not My Darlin' Anymore" in Hollywood
    Jan 14, 1946
    Columbia releases Bill Monroe & His Blue Grass Boys' "Kentucky Waltz"

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