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  • Dec 18, 1904
    Wilf Carter--a.k.a. Montana Slim--is born in Port Hilford, Nova Scotia. A cowboy and rodeo performer, he begins a recording career in the 1930s that lasts some 50 years, making him one of Canada's first country stars
    Dec 23, 1904
    Riverboat captain Thomas Ryman, who funded construction of the Union Tabernacle, dies in Nashville. After his passing, the building is renamed the Ryman Auditorium, eventually becoming the venue for the Grand Ole Opry
    Dec 25, 1904
    During riverboat captain Thomas Ryman's funeral at Nashville's Union Gospel Tabernacle, the building is renamed the Ryman Auditorium. It becomes a significant live venue, hosting the Grand Ole Opry for more than 30 years

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