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  • Jun 12, 1928
    Emmett Miller records "Lovesick Blues" in New York with a band that includes Jimmy and Tommy Dorsey. Miller's version of the song later influences Hank Williams to record it, leading to Williams' breakthrough record
    Jun 12, 1928
    Jimmie Rodgers records seven songs at the Victor Studio in Camden, New Jersey: "Daddy And Home," "Lullaby Yodel," "My Little Lady," "My Little Old Home In New Orleans," "My Old Pal," "Never No Mo Blues" and "You And My Old Guitar"
    Jun 26, 1928
    Gene Austin records the pop hit "Memories Of France" in Camden, New Jersey. The song is remade as a country hit by T. Texas Tyler in 1948
    Jun 30, 1928
    Fiddler Uncle Joe Mangrum makes his Grand Ole Opry debut in Nashville. He becomes a regular on the show the following year

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