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  • Apr 1, 1934
    Jim Ed Brown is born in Sparkman, Arkansas. After coming to prominence with his two sisters in The Browns, he launches a solo career that nets a classic in 1967 with "Pop A Top," then strings together seven Top 10 duets with Helen Cornelius. The Browns join the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2015
    Apr 4, 1934
    Milton Brown's Musical Brownies conduct a recording session widely regarded as the first official western swing recording in San Antonio
    Apr 7, 1934
    Drummer and vibraphonist Victor Feldman is born in London, England. Known for his work with Steely Dan, he plays on the Glen Campbell hits "By The Time I Get To Phoenix" and "Hey Little One"
    Apr 11, 1934
    Cleotha Staples, of The Staple Singers, is born in Chicago. The group joins Marty Stuart for a performance of "The Weight" on the album "Country Rhythm & Blues," and cuts the first version of The Oak Ridge Boys' hit "Touch A Hand, Make A Friend"
    Apr 11, 1934
    Jimmy Lee Fautheree is born in Smackover, Arkansas. He teams with Country Johnny Mathis to create the duo Jimmy & Johnny, scoring a 1954 hit with "If You Don't Somebody Else Will"
    Apr 18, 1934
    Stuart Hamblen holds Decca Records' first country recording session
    Apr 21, 1934
    The blackface comedy duo Lasses & White makes its Grand Ole Opry debut
    Apr 23, 1934
    Vivian Liberto is born in San Antonio, Texas. She becomes the first wife of Johnny Cash and the mother of Rosanne Cash
    Apr 29, 1934
    Country historian Bob Pinson is born in Texas. He's the primary builder of the Country Music Foundation's music library, which consists of approximately 200,000 discs at the time of his death in 2003
    Apr 30, 1934
    Singer/songwriter/actor Eddie Dean makes his movie debut in a secondary role with the debut of the romantic comedy "Manhattan Love Song"

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