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  • Sep 1, 1916
    Guitarist Al Nevins is born in Washington, D.C. He joins the instrumental trio The Three Suns who record a 1950 country hit by teaming with Rosalie Allen and Elton Britt on "Beyond The Sunset"
    Sep 13, 1916
    Vernon Dalhart conducts his first recording session, cutting a light classical piece, "Just A Word Of Sympathy," for Columbia in New York City. Eight years later, he begins recording country music
    Sep 17, 1916
    Mary Helen Hames is born in Pilot Point, Texas. She marries western swing pioneer Milton Brown and, after Brown's death, Bob Wills
    Sep 19, 1916
    Songwriter Paul Westmoreland is born in Oklahoma. He is best known for writing "Detour," a western-swing hit recorded by four different acts: Spade Cooley, Foy Willing, Wesley Tuttle and Elton Britt

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