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  • Mar 2, 1948
    Guitarist Larry Carlton is born in Torrance, California. In addition to numerous solo albums, he does a ton of session work for the likes of Steely Dan, Barbra Streisand and Michael Jackson. He also backs Johnny Lee on the 1980 hit "Lookin' For Love"
    Mar 6, 1948
    Peter McCann is born in Bridgeport, Connecticut. Best known as the artist on the 1977 pop hit "Do You Wanna Make Love," he also writes the Jennifer Warnes single "Right Time Of The Night," Earl Thomas Conley's "Nobody Falls Like A Fool" and Janie Fricke's "She's Single Again"
    Mar 9, 1948
    Drummer and singer Jimmie Fadden is born in Long Beach, California. A member of The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, he plays on all three volumes of the "Will The Circle Be Unbroken" albums and a bevy of 1980s country hits
    Mar 11, 1948
    Decca releases Ernest Tubb's "You Nearly Lose Your Mind"
    Mar 12, 1948
    Singer/songwriter James Taylor is born in Boston, Massachusetts. He writes George Jones' 1978 single "Bartender's Blues" and wins a country Grammy for "How's The World Treating You," a 2003 collaboration with Alison Krauss
    Mar 13, 1948
    Singing cowboy Eddie Dean is backed by Andy Parker & The Plainsmen in the debut of the movie "The Westward Trail"
    Mar 19, 1948
    Manager Fred Rose sends a letter to singer Hank Williams, refusing to lend him money just two days after wiring him $400. "For the present," Rose writes, "I am fed up with all your foolishness"
    Mar 22, 1948
    Nat "King" Cole divorces his first wife, Nadine, who co-wrote "I Can't See For Lookin'." The song appeared four years earlier on Billboard's folk chart, an early version of its country hit list
    Mar 22, 1948
    Columbia releases Al Dexter's "Rock And Rye Rag"
    Mar 22, 1948
    Decca releases Ernest Tubb's "Seaman's Blues"

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