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  • Jul 4, 1911
    Record producer Mitch Miller is born in Rochester, New York. Best known as the host of TV's "Sing Along With Mitch," he produces several hits for Marty Robbins, including "A White Sport Coat (And A Pink Carnation)"
    Jul 24, 1911
    Drummer Smokey Dacus is born in Quinton, Oklahoma. He becomes a member of Bob Wills' Texas Playboys from 1935-1940, playing on such classics as "San Antonio Rose," "Ida Red" and "Right Or Wrong"
    Jul 25, 1911
    Songwriter Mel Foree is born in McMinn County, Tennessee. Employed as a song plugger by Acuff-Rose Music, he writes a Gene Watson hit, "No One Will Ever Know"

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