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  • Jun 1, 1935
    Hazel Dickens is born in Mercer County, West Virginia. A bluegrass and folk vocal icon, she contributes to the movie "Harlan County, U.S.A." and earns a National Heritage Award in 2008
    Jun 1, 1935
    Frederick Eikerenkoetter is born in Ridgeland, South Carolina. Known as Reverend Ike, the evangelist provides the vocals for one verse of Hank Williams Jr.'s 1986 hit "Mind Your Own Business"
    Jun 4, 1935
    Songwriter Betty Sue Perry is born. Writing for The Wilburn Brothers' Sure-Fire publishing company, she writes several of Loretta Lynn's early hits, including "Wine Women And Song," "Before I'm Over You" and "The Home You're Tearin' Down"
    Jun 9, 1935
    Guitarist Jimmy "Spider" Wilson is born in Nashville. He becomes a member of Little Jimmy Dickens' band and plays on Skeeter Davis' "The End Of The World," Ray Price's "My Shoes Keep Walking Back To You" and Faron Young's "Sweet Dreams"
    Jun 10, 1935
    Alcoholics Anonymous is started in Ohio. The agency is an inspiration for Diamond Rio's "You're Gone," Kenny Chesney's "That's Why I'm Here" and Collin Raye's "Little Rock," and coins the phrase "one day at a time," leading to a Cristy Lane hit
    Jun 12, 1935
    Songwriter George Kent is born in Dallas, Texas. He writes Jim Reeves' 1962 country hit "(How Can I Write On Paper) What I Feel In My Heart"
    Jun 15, 1935
    The Hoosier Hot Shots sign with Columbia Records
    Jun 27, 1935
    Bobby Harden is born in England, Arkansas. As a member of The Harden Trio, he appears on the 1966 hit "Tippy Toeing." He also writes Mark Chesnutt's "Too Cold At Home" and Reba McEntire's "Today All Over Again," among others
    Jun 29, 1935
    Songwriter Glenn D. Tubb is born in San Antonio, Texas. He authors Johnny Cash's "Home Of The Blues," Ernest Tubb's "Next Time," Henson Cargill's "Skip A Rope" and George Jones & Tammy Wynette's "Two Story House"
    Jun 30, 1935
    Frankie King moves to Louisville to work with Gene Autry on radio station WHAS. There, King earns the nickname Pee Wee

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