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  • May 6, 1904
    Cliff Carlisle is born in Mount Eden, Kentucky. Joined by brother Bill to form The Carlisles, their mix of music and humor leads to six Top 10 hits, including "Too Old To Cut The Mustard" and "No Help Wanted"
    May 12, 1904
    Ernest Stoneman, founder of The Stoneman Family, acquires a stepmother when his father, Elisha, marries Susan Wells
    May 21, 1904
    Songwriter and pianist Thomas "Fats" Waller is born in New York City. He writes numerous Broadway show tunes, including "Ain't Misbehavin'," penned while in jail for non-payment of alimony. It becomes a country hit for Hank Williams Jr.

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