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  • May 6, 1935
    The Carter Family records "Can The Circle Be Unbroken (Bye And Bye)" at the ARC Studios in New York
    May 6, 1935
    The Boris Karloff horror picture "Bride Of Frankenstein" debuts in theaters. It will be referenced in The Statler Brothers' 1977 country hit "The Movies"
    May 22, 1935
    Victor releases Jimmie Rodgers' "My Good Gal's Gone Blues"
    May 24, 1935
    Multi-instrumentalist Rusty York is born in Harlan County, Kentucky. He works in both bluegrass and rockabilly, playing guitar and providing background vocals on several Jimmie Skinner country hits from 1957-1960

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