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  • Mar 5, 1911
    Bass player/comedian Bill Wesbrooks is born in Gibson County, Tennessee. Known as Cousin Wilbur on stage, he joins Bill Monroe's Blue Grass Boys from 1940-1944, appearing on such Monroe hits as "Kentucky Waltz" and "Footprints In The Snow"
    Mar 5, 1911
    Jesse Rogers is born in Waynesboro, Mississippi. The leader of a band called the '49ers, his lone hit comes with a 1949 cover of Hank Williams' "Wedding Bells"
    Mar 18, 1911
    Actor Smiley Burnette is born in Sumter, Illinois. He becomes Gene Autry's sidekick in a series of western movies during the 1930s and '40s
    Mar 22, 1911
    Cecil Campbell is born in Danbury, North Carolina. He earns a hit in 1949 with "Steel Guitar Ramble" and appears with his Tennessee Ramblers in Tex Ritter's 1941 movie "Ridin' The Cherokee Trail"
    Mar 26, 1911
    Tennessee Williams is born in Columbus, Mississippi. Known for writing "The Glass Menagerie," "A Streetcar Named Desire" and "Cat On A Hot Tin Roof," he's named alongside Hank Williams in Don Williams' 1980 hit "Good Ole Boys Like Me"

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