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  • Feb 1, 1937
    Don Everly is born in Brownie, Kentucky. With sibling Phil, The Everly Brothers net such hits as "Wake Up Little Susie" and "Bye Bye Love" while earning membership in the Country Music Hall of Fame and the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame
    Feb 1, 1937
    Singer Ray Sawyer is born in Chickasaw, Alabama. With Dr. Hook & The Medicine Show, he performs on the early-'70s pop hits "Sylvia's Mother" and "The Cover Of The Rolling Stone," covered in country by Bobby Bare and Buck Owens, respectively
    Feb 2, 1937
    Texas Ruby and Zeke Clements hold their first recording session in Dallas, cutting one song as a duo, while Texas Ruby records "T For Texas" as a solo artist
    Feb 4, 1937
    Bill Ham is born in Waxahachie, Texas. He is destined to become the manager of ZZ Top and, at the beginning of his career, Clint Black
    Feb 5, 1937
    Cliff Bruner's Texas Wanderers hold their first recording session, at the St. Anthony Hotel in San Antonio, Texas. Their efforts include a version of "Milk Cow Blues"
    Feb 12, 1937
    Jay Lee Webb is born in Butcher Holler, Kentucky. The younger brother of Loretta Lynn, and older brother of Crystal Gayle, he charts three singles between 1967-1971
    Feb 16, 1937
    Four-year-old Johnny Cash and his family return to their home in Dyess, Arkansas, damaged in January by severe flooding from the Tyonza River. The event will inspire his 1959 hit "Five Feet High And Rising"
    Feb 17, 1937
    Victor releases the Jimmie Rodgers/Carter Family single "The Wonderful City," backed with Rodgers' "I've Only Loved Three Women"
    Feb 19, 1937
    Following the death of bandleader Milton Brown 10 months prior, his Musical Brownies--now led by brother Derwood Brown--hold one more session for Decca Records at Dallas' Adolphus Hotel. They're joined on the session by Jimmie Davis

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