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  • Mar 2, 1941
    Guitarist Keith Potger is born in Ceylon, Australia. As a member of The Seekers, he plays on a pair of pop hits that will be covered on the country charts by Sonny James: "A World Of Our Own" and "I'll Never Find Another You"
    Mar 7, 1941
    "A Man Betrayed," a mystery featuring John Wayne, debuts in movie theaters. Singer/songwriter Eddie Dean joins the cast in a secondary role
    Mar 9, 1941
    Wiley Walker & Gene Sullivan cut "When My Blue Moon Turns To Gold Again," "Live And Let Live" and "I Want To Live And Love" at the WBAP Studios in Fort Worth
    Mar 14, 1941
    The Gene Autry movie "Back In The Saddle" debuts in theaters with Smiley Burnette in his familiar co-starring role. Autry sings his signature song, "Back In The Saddle Again," and "You Are My Sunshine"
    Mar 15, 1941
    Bill and Carolyn Monroe's second child, James William Monroe, is born
    Mar 18, 1941
    Margie Bowes is born in Roxboro, North Carolina. After winning a Pet Milk national talent contest, she notches one hit record in 1959: "Poor Old Heartsick Me"
    Mar 18, 1941
    R&B singer Wilson Pickett is born in Prattville, Alabama. His 1965 classic "In The Midnight Hour" is remade as a country recording in 1984 by Razzy Bailey
    Mar 20, 1941
    Singer/songwriter Nick Nixon is born in Poplar Bluff, Missouri. Signed to Mercury and MCA during the 1970s, he earns his biggest success as a co-writer on Barbara Fairchild's 1973 hit "Teddy Bear Song"
    Mar 20, 1941
    Singer/songwriter Mike Settle is born in Tulsa, Oklahoma. A member of Kenny Rogers & The First Edition, he writes "But You Know I Love You," which becomes a hit for the band, for Bill Anderson and for Dolly Parton
    Mar 21, 1941
    Universal Pictures' "Bury Me Not On The Lonesome Prairie" debuts in movie houses. Starring Johnny Mack Brown, it includes music by Jimmy Wakely and Johnny Bond

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