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  • Feb 6, 1916
    Mandolin player Esther "Violet" Koehler is born in Wilton, Wisconsin. As an adult, she joins the Ledford sisters in The Coon Creek Girls, the first all-female stringband
    Feb 6, 1916
    Record executive Irving Green is born in Brooklyn, New York. In Chicago during 1944, he founds Mercury Records, a label associated with such acts as Patti Page, Shania Twain, Toby Keith, The Statler Brothers and Sammy Kershaw
    Feb 14, 1916
    Guitarist Erwin "Jimmie" Short is born in Ardmore, Oklahoma. He plays on more than a dozen Ernest Tubb hits, including "Blue Eyed Elaine," "Rainbow At Midnight," Drivin' Nails In My Coffin" and "Careless Darlin'"
    Feb 26, 1916
    Actor, comedian and dance band leader Jackie Gleason is born in Brooklyn, New York. Immortalized for his role in the 1950s TV series "The Honeymooners," he writes Jimmy Dean's 1962 country hit "To A Sleeping Beauty"

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