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  • Sep 8, 1897
    Jimmie Rodgers is born in Meridian, Mississippi. Hailed as the Singing Brakeman, he emerges as the father of country music, best known for his "Blue Yodel (T For Texas)." He is the first performer added to the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1961
    Sep 25, 1897
    Southern author William Faulkner is born in New Albany, Mississippi. He's referenced in Pam Tillis' "Maybe It Was Memphis," Collin Raye's "My Kind Of Girl," Eric Church's "Love Your Love The Most" and Tim McGraw's "Southern Voice"

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