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  • Dec 3, 1916
    Rabon Delmore is born in Elkmont, Alabama. With older sibling Alton Delmore, The Delmore Brothers become a leading duo in the 1930s, with their mix of country and blues leading to a 2001 induction in the Country Music Hall of Fame
    Dec 6, 1916
    Record producer Hugo Peretti is born in New York City. With Luigi Creatore, he writes Elvis Presley's "Can't Help Falling In Love" and produces hits for The Stylistics, Sam Cooke and The Isley Brothers, plus the Jimmie Rodgers crossover hit "Honeycomb"
    Dec 15, 1916
    Jazz pianist Edwin "Buddy" Cole is born in Irving, Illinois. Noted for his work with Nat "King" Cole, Judy Garland and Louis Armstrong, he also appears on the Margaret Whiting & Jimmy Wakely country hit "Slipping Around"
    Dec 25, 1916
    Three-year-old Wade Ray receives a "cigar-box" fiddle for Christmas in Arkansas, setting him on a career path as a musician. He works with such artists as Ernest Tubb, Roy Rogers, Ray Price, Rex Allen and Tennessee Ernie Ford

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