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  • Mar 2, 1946
    Peter Cookson stars as the mystery "Fear" debuts in movie theaters. Not so mysterious is the identity of a former Grand Ole Opry star who appears in the picture: Lee "Lasses" White
    Mar 5, 1946
    Keyboard player Richard Bell is born in Toronto, Ontario. He appears on Janis Joplin's "Me And Bobby McGee," ranked among country's 500 greatest singles in the Country Music Foundation book "Heartaches By The Number"
    Mar 8, 1946
    Singer and bass player Randy Meisner is born in Scottsbluff, Nebraska. As a member of The Eagles, he plays on their lone country hit, "Lyin' Eyes," eventually leaving the group in 1977. Waylon & Willie remake his song "Take It To The Limit" in 1983
    Mar 9, 1946
    Roy Rogers and The Sons Of The Pioneers sing the title track as the movie "Song Of Arizona" debuts. The picture also features Rogers' usual co-star, Dale Evans
    Mar 12, 1946
    Liza Minnelli is born in Los Angeles. The daughter of "Over The Rainbow" singer Judy Garland, Minnelli marries entertainer Peter Allen, who writes the Olivia Newton-John hit "I Honestly Love You"
    Mar 14, 1946
    Ken Curtis is a rodeo rider in "Throw A Saddle On A Star," which debuts in theaters. Music is provided by The Hoosier Hot Shots, The Dinning Sisters and Foy Willing & The Riders Of The Purple Sage
    Mar 15, 1946
    The Sons Of The Pioneers record "No One To Cry To" in an overnight session at the RCA Victor Studio in Los Angeles
    Mar 15, 1946
    Guitarist Howard Scott is born in San Pedro, California. He is a co-founder of the funk band War, earning a major 1975 hit with "Low Rider." Its signature instrumental lick earns him additional songwriting credit on Thomas Rhett's country single "Vacation"
    Mar 16, 1946
    Grandpa Jones appears on the Grand Ole Opry stage for the first time, as a member of Pee Wee King's band
    Mar 17, 1946
    Drummer Harold Brown is born in Long Beach, California. As a member of the R&B band War, he co-writes "Low Rider." When its key riff is judged as similar to "Vacation," he gets credit for co-writing a Thomas Rhett country song

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