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  • Feb 2, 1946
    Howard Bellamy is born in Darby, Florida. Along with sibling David, The Bellamy Brothers net over 25 hits from 1979-1990, employing baby-boomer themes and double entendres. They earn 17 CMA nominations as a duo or group, but never win
    Feb 2, 1946
    Al Dexter's "Guitar Polka" rises to #1 on the Billboard country chart, maintaining that position for a total of 16 non-consecutive weeks
    Feb 6, 1946
    Drummer Richie Hayward is born in Clear Lake, Iowa. He becomes a founding member of the rock band Little Feat, appearing on Travis Tritt's "Bible Belt" in the 1992 movie "My Cousin Vinny"
    Feb 7, 1946
    Singer/songwriter Sammy Johns is born in Charlotte, North Carolina. Best known for his pop hit "Chevy Van," he goes on to write "Common Man," by John Conlee; "America," by Waylon Jennings; and "Desperado Love," by Conway Twitty
    Feb 10, 1946
    Bass player and supporting vocalist Kenny Edwards is born in Santa Monica, California. He appears on hits by Linda Ronstadt, David Lee Murphy, Kathy Mattea, Wynonna and The Charlie Daniels Band
    Feb 11, 1946
    Floyd Tillman records "Drivin' Nails In My Coffin" in Hollywood
    Feb 11, 1946
    Decca releases Foy Willing & His Riders Of The Purple Sage's "Detour"
    Feb 14, 1946
    Charles Starrett stars as The Durango Kid with the debut of "Roaring Rangers." The western's cast also includes Smiley Burnette and Merle Travis, who performs "The Old Chisholm Trail"
    Feb 15, 1946
    Guitar player Grady Martin takes part in his first recording session. A key member of the "A-Team" of session players, he builds such credits as Marty Robbins' "El Paso," Willie Nelson's "On The Road Again" and Patsy Cline's "Crazy"
    Feb 16, 1946
    Jack Guthrie makes a guest appearance on the Grand Ole Opry

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