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  • Nov 2, 1932
    William Morris, founder and namesake of the William Morris booking agency, dies
    Nov 4, 1932
    Jimmie Davis records several numbers at the Victor Recording Studio in Camden, New Jersey. Playing fiddle and singing harmony on her first session: Patsy Montana
    Nov 6, 1932
    Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson is born in Emerson, North Carolina. A descendent of the Civil War general, he joins the Grand Ole Opry in 1956, fashioning more than 10 hits from 1958-1971, including "Life To Go," "Waterloo" and "Don't Be Angry"
    Nov 6, 1932
    Drummer Paul English is born in Vernon, Texas. He becomes a member of Willie Nelson's band, contributing to such hits as "Blue Skies," "Georgia On My Mind," "Whiskey River" and "Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain"
    Nov 13, 1932
    Publisher/record producer/bass player Buddy Killen is born in Lexington, Alabama. He owns Tree Publishing; produces hits for Exile, Ronnie McDowell and T.G. Sheppard; plays bass on George Jones' "White Lightning"; and writes "Watchin' Girls Go By" and "I May Never Get To Heaven"
    Nov 15, 1932
    Pop singer Petula Clark is born in Epsom, England. Best known for her 1964 release "Downtown," she also earns a 1966 hit with "My Love," later revived in country music by Sonny James
    Nov 15, 1932
    R&B singer Clyde McPhatter is born in Durham, North Carolina. The original lead vocalist for The Drifters, he pursues a solo career, earning a pop hit in 1958 with "A Lover's Question." Jacky Ward revives it in country music in 1978
    Nov 25, 1932
    Songwriter Glenn Reeves is born in Shamrock, Texas. He writes Faron Young's 1957 single "I'm Gonna Live Some Before I Die"
    Nov 30, 1932
    Bass player Bob Moore is born in Nashville. A member of Nashville's "A-Team" of studio musicians, his hundreds of credits include hits by Kenny Rogers, Conway Twitty, George Jones, Patsy Cline, Elvis Presley and Loretta Lynn

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