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  • Jul 1, 1934
    Film executive Sydney Pollack is born in Lafayette, Indiana. Noted for his work on "Tootsie," "Cold Mountain" and "Out Of Africa," he directs "The Electric Horseman," Willie Nelson's movie debut, and the Robert Redford picture "Jeremiah Johnson," featuring a brief appearance by Tanya Tucker
    Jul 2, 1934
    Dion O'Brien is born in London, England. The brother of Dusty Springfield, he uses the stage name Tom Springfield. As producer of The Seekers, he writes "A World Of Our Own" and "I'll Never Find Another You." Both songs become country hits after being remade by Sonny James
    Jul 3, 1934
    Patsy Montana marries Paul Rose
    Jul 4, 1934
    The Grand Ole Opry holds its first successful concert apart from the radio show, as thousands appear in West Tennessee to see Uncle Dave Macon, Fiddlin' Arthur Smith, The Gully Jumpers and The Crook Brothers, with emcee George D. Hay
    Jul 13, 1934
    Bing Crosby and his wife, Dixie Lee, have twin sons in California: Phillip and Dennis Crosby. Ten years later, Bing scores a country hit by pairing with The Andrews Sisters on "Pistol Packin' Mama"
    Jul 14, 1934
    Del Reeves is born in Sparta, North Carolina. His successes in the 1960s include the #1 single "Girl On The Billboard" and the trucker classic "Looking At The World Through A Windshield." He joins the Grand Ole Opry in 1966
    Jul 20, 1934
    Ralph Rinzler is born in Passaic, New Jersey. A longtime curator for the Smithsonian Institute, he becomes the manager for Bill Monroe, helping the bluegrass pioneer experience a resurgence in popularity during the 1960s
    Jul 24, 1934
    Songwriter Jimmy Holiday is born in Durant, Mississippi. His biggest successes include "Put A Little Love In Your Heart" and "All I Ever Need Is You," the latter a Sonny & Cher hit covered in country music by Kenny Rogers & Dottie West

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