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  • Dec 1, 1937
    Victor releases Jimmie Rodgers' single "The One Rose" backed with "Yodeling My Way Back Home"
    Dec 1, 1937
    The Charles Starrett western "Outlaws Of The Prairie" debuts in theaters. It's the first movie to feature The Sons Of The Pioneers after the departure of Roy Rogers, who's replaced by Pat Brady
    Dec 6, 1937
    The movie "Wild Horse Rodeo" debuts in theaters, with a minor role for Roy Rogers
    Dec 8, 1937
    Cliff Bruner's Texas Wanderers record "Oh How I Miss You Tonight" at Dallas' Adolphus Hotel. The song is destined to become a country hit for Jim Reeves & Deborah Allen in 1979
    Dec 16, 1937
    Jim Glaser is born in Spalding, Nebraska. As a member of Tompall & The Glaser Brothers, he backs Marty Robbins on "El Paso" and earns several hits before chasing a solo career, which earns him a short series of successes in the mid-1980s
    Dec 16, 1937
    Roy Rogers participates in his final recording session as a member of The Sons Of The Pioneers in Los Angeles
    Dec 17, 1937
    Ray Whitley stars in the debut of the 20-minute movie "Rhythm Wranglers"
    Dec 17, 1937
    Tommie Lee Guthrie is born in Amarillo, Texas. Using the stage name Tom Tall, he earns a hit by teaming with Ginny Wright on the 1955 single "Are You Mine"
    Dec 21, 1937
    "Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs" opens in American theaters. Two country figures, 1940s hitmaker Wesley Tuttle and songwriter/actor Zeke Clements, provide yodeling voices for the animated Disney feature
    Dec 21, 1937
    Drummer Jimmy Van Eaton is born in Memphis, Tennessee. He plays on Sun Records singles by Johnny Cash, Charlie Rich, Billy Lee Riley and Jerry Lee Lewis, including "Whole Lot Of Shakin' Going On"

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