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  • Nov 1, 1953
    Songwriter Max D. Barnes marries Patsy. Barnes' credits include Vern Gosdin's "Chiseled In Stone," Conway Twitty's "Red Neckin' Love Makin' Night" and George Jones' "Who's Gonna Fill Their Shoes"
    Nov 1, 1953
    Producer/songwriter Keith Stegall is born in Wichita Falls, Texas. Stegall produces Alan Jackson, The Zac Brown Band and Craig Campbell, and writes such hits as "Don't Rock The Jukebox," Mickey Gilley's "Lonely Nights," Glen Campbell's "A Lady Like You" and Mark Wills' "I Do (Cherish You)"
    Nov 1, 1953
    Sun releases Little Junior Parker's original version of "Mystery Train," destined to become a country hit for Elvis Presley two years later
    Nov 2, 1953
    Pee Wee King appears on NBC-TV's daytime show "The Kate Smith Hour"
    Nov 3, 1953
    Pee Wee King records "Bimbo" and "Changing Partners" in an afternoon session at the RCA Studios in New York
    Nov 3, 1953
    Gene Autry and Smiley Burnette both perform in the debut of "Last Of The Pony Riders," a western built around the Pony Express. It's the last movie to feature Autry as a singing cowboy
    Nov 4, 1953
    Pee Wee King debuts a weekly program on WEWS-TV in Cleveland, Ohio
    Nov 4, 1953
    Van Stephenson is born in Hamilton, Ohio. He writes Lee Greenwood's "You've Got A Good Love Comin'" and Restless Heart's "Bluest Eyes In Texas," and has a pop hit as an artist with "Modern Day Delilah" before joining the 1990s trio BlackHawk
    Nov 5, 1953
    Elton Britt begins a daily radio show on WCOP in Boston
    Nov 6, 1953
    The Osborne Brothers perform publicly for the first time

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