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  • Feb 4, 1913
    Rosa Parks is born in Tuskegee, Alabama. A symbol of the civil rights movement, she's referenced in a pair of 2009 country hits: Brad Paisley's "Welcome To The Future" and Tim McGraw's "Southern Voice"
    Feb 6, 1913
    Blues musician Robert Geddins is born in Highbank, Texas. He co-writes K.C. Douglas 1940s song "Mercury Boogie." It's remade under the name "Mercury Blues" by rock band The Steve Miller Band and by country artist Alan Jackson
    Feb 19, 1913
    Bass player and comedian Howard Watts is born in Monticello, Florida. Using the stage name Cedric Rainwater, he plays with Bill Monroe's Blue Grass Boys, Ray Price's Cherokee Cowboys and Hank Williams' Drifting Cowboys
    Feb 21, 1913
    Dave "Dad" Carter, destined to form the Southern gospel act The Chuck Wagon Gang, has a son, Clellon Carter, in Sherman, Texas

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