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  • Feb 1, 1934
    Folk singer Bob Shane is born in Hawaii. He joins The Kingston Trio, whose single "Tom Dooley" wins the first Grammy given for a country recording in 1959
    Feb 2, 1934
    Bass player Skip Battin is born in Gallipolis, Ohio. In 1969, he replaces John York in The Byrds, a year after the seminal country-rock band records "Sweetheart Of The Rodeo" and performs on the Grand Ole Opry
    Feb 5, 1934
    Hank Aaron is born in Mobile, Alabama. A member of the Baseball Hall of Fame, he's namechecked in Tim McGraw's 2009 hit "Southern Voice"
    Feb 7, 1934
    Donna Stoneman is born in Alexandria, Virginia. With her siblings, she becomes a member of The Stonemans, a family group headed by Ernest "Pop" Stoneman that wins the Country Music Association's Vocal Group award in 1967
    Feb 8, 1934
    Singer/songwriter Jim Mundy is born in Muldrow, Oklahoma. He earns a minor hit as an artist in 1974 with "The River's Too Wide," then pens Moe Bandy's 1980 hit "Yesterday Once More"
    Feb 9, 1934
    Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys begin a 24-year stint on Tulsa's KVOO
    Feb 16, 1934
    Herbert and Harold Kalin are born in Port Jervis, New York. As The Kalin Twins, they hit the Top 10 on both the pop and country charts with their 1958 single "When"
    Feb 28, 1934
    Fiddlin' John Carson holds his final recording session in Camden, New Jersey

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