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  • Nov 2, 1928
    Victor releases Jimmie Rodgers' "Memphis Yodel" and "Lullaby Yodel"
    Nov 2, 1928
    WBAW Radio debuts in Nashville. The station airs a Friday night country music show, "The Capitol Theater Owl Club," which competes with WSM's Grand Ole Opry and with WLAC for both hillbilly performers and listeners
    Nov 3, 1928
    Amaryllis Morris is born in High Point, North Carolina. After marrying Roy Van Hoy, their family will include son Rafe Van Hoy, who writes the country hits "Golden Ring" and "What's Forever For"
    Nov 11, 1928
    The Federal Radio Commission re-assigns WSM Radio's dial position from 890 kilocycles to 650, where the AM station, which airs the Grand Ole Opry, remains
    Nov 15, 1928
    William Fries is born in Audobon, Iowa. Under the name C.W. McCall, he gains a million-selling novelty hit in 1975 with "Convoy," using the lingo of the trendy CB radio to relate a cross-country trucker caravan

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