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  • Nov 1, 1952
    Dixie Lee, the wife of pop singer Bing Crosby, dies of ovarian cancer in Los Angeles' exclusive Holmby Hills neighborhood. The previous decade, Crosby netted a country hit with "Pistol Packin' Mama," a duet with The Andrews Sisters
    Nov 1, 1952
    Chuck Berry, the future author of "Brown Eyed Handsome Man," has his second daughter, Melody Berry, in St. Louis, Missouri
    Nov 3, 1952
    Webb Pierce marries for a second time, to Audrey Grisham, in Shreveport, Louisiana
    Nov 3, 1952
    Decca releases Red Foley's version of "Don't Let The Stars Get In Your Eyes"
    Nov 3, 1952
    Danny and Annie Lou Dill have a daughter, Ava Tyanne Dill. The couple works regularly as an opening act for Ernest Tubb at the time, although Danny Dill goes on to write such hits as "Detroit City" and "The Long Black Veil"
    Nov 3, 1952
    On the eve of the American presidential election, Roy Acuff leads a campaign rally for the Dwight Eisenhower/Richard Nixon Republican ticket at the Tennessee state capitol in Nashville
    Nov 3, 1952
    Roy Acuff and Eddy Arnold host the first live telecast from Nashville's Ryman Auditorium. The half-hour "Celebrities For Eisenhower," financed by the Republican party, airs in five Southern states
    Nov 3, 1952
    Capitol releases Hank Thompson's "The New Wears Off Too Fast"
    Nov 4, 1952
    Pop singer Perry Como records a remake of Skeets McDonald's country hit "Don't Let The Stars Get In Your Eyes"
    Nov 4, 1952
    Ferlin Husky records "Gone" under the pseudonym Terry Preston. He records the actual hit version of the song under his own name four years later

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