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  • Apr 1, 1932
    Gene Autry marries Ina Mae Spivey, of Duncan, Oklahoma, after going out on just four dates in St. Louis, Missouri
    Apr 1, 1932
    "Debbie's out in Vegas workin' up a brand new act..." Actress Debbie Reynolds is born in El Paso, Texas. The year she turns 40, she's celebrated in the opening verse of Loretta Lynn's country hit "One's On The Way"
    Apr 4, 1932
    Label executive Clive Davis is born in Brooklyn, New York. He heads Columbia Records, affecting the careers of Lynn Anderson and Sonny James, and launches a country wing for Arista Records, associated with Alan Jackson and Brooks & Dunn
    Apr 5, 1932
    John Stuart is born in a farmhouse in Arlington, Mississippi. He will become the father of country star Marty Stuart
    Apr 5, 1932
    Robert Hulseman is born in Chicago. Employed at the Solo company, he invents a drinking aid that's hailed in Toby Keith's 2011 country hit "Red Solo Cup"
    Apr 7, 1932
    Cal Smith is born in Gans, Oklahoma. He plays rhythm guitar and opens for Ernest Tubb for six years, then develops his own solo career, where his "Country Bumpkin" earns the Country Music Association's Single of the Year honor in 1974
    Apr 8, 1932
    Victor releases Jimmie Rodgers' single "For The Sake Of Days Gone By" backed with "Roll Along, Kentucky Moon"
    Apr 9, 1932
    Singer/songwriter/guitarist Carl Perkins is born in Tiptonville, Tennessee. He becomes a rockabilly pioneer through his single "Blue Suede Shoes." He also writes Johnny Cash's "Daddy Sang Bass," Patsy Cline's "So Wrong" and The Judds' "Let Me Tell You About Love"
    Apr 14, 1932
    Loretta Lynn is born in Butcher Holler, Kentucky. Noted for her honest songwriting, she becomes the first woman to win the Country Music Association's Entertainer of the Year award in 1972, landing in the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1988
    Apr 15, 1932
    Luke Gordon is born in Quincy, Kentucky. One of country's one-hit wonders, he gains his 15 minutes of fame with the 1958 release "Dark Hollow"

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