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  • Jun 3, 1913
    Curley Williams is born near Cairo, Georgia. A member of the Grand Ole Opry in the mid-1940s, he writes the Hank Williams hit "Half As Much"
    Jun 14, 1913
    Songwriter/musician Arrett "Rusty" Keefer is born. An associate of Bill Haley, he writes Carl Smith's "Dog-Gone It, Baby, I'm In Love" and is a member of The Pinetoppers, playing on the group's only hit, 1950's "Mockin' Bird Hill"
    Jun 27, 1913
    Elton Britt is born in Zack, Arkansas. A long-shot presidential candidate in 1960, the yodeling performer sells more than a million copies of his World War II-era single “There's A Star-Spangled Banner Waving Somewhere"
    Jun 27, 1913
    Cajun accordion player Nathan Abshire is born in Gueydan, Louisiana. His 1949 recording of "Pine Grove Blues" is heralded in the Country Music Foundation's "Heartaches By The Number" among the 500 greatest country singles in history

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