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  • Feb 1, 1953
    Red Foley records "Hot Toddy"
    Feb 2, 1953
    Songwriter Gilbert Becaud has a son, Gaya Becaud, in France. When the boy is six, Dad scores a hit as The Everly Brothers record "Let It Be Me." The song is also a country success for Glen Campbell & Bobbie Gentry and for Willie Nelson
    Feb 6, 1953
    Lefty Frizzell records "(Honey, Baby, Hurry) Bring Your Sweet Self Back To Me" during a late-night session at the Jim Beck Studio in Dallas, Texas
    Feb 7, 1953
    Marty Robbins debuts on the Grand Ole Opry, performing "Ain't You Ashamed" and "Good Night Cincinnati, Good Mornin' Tennessee"
    Feb 9, 1953
    Decca releases T. Texas Tyler's "Bumming Around"
    Feb 9, 1953
    Decca releases Kitty Wells' "Paying For That Back Street Affair"
    Feb 10, 1953
    A judge in Los Angeles approves the reworking of 14-year-old Jimmy Boyd's contract. The decision allows producer Abner Greshler to receive 50% of the boy's recording profits through January 23
    Feb 12, 1953
    Songwriter Taylor Rhodes is born in Nashville. He plays drums for The Earl Scruggs Revue for two years in the late-1970s before going on to write pop hits for Aerosmith and Celine Dion
    Feb 13, 1953
    Hank Snow records "Spanish Fire Ball" and "For Now And Always" at Thomas Productions in Nashville
    Feb 15, 1953
    Gene Autry joins Bing Crosby and Molly Bee on the Ed Sullivan-hosted CBS variety show "Talk Of The Town"

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