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  • Sep 2, 1932
    Hilda Patterson marries Sam Hensley in Winchester, Virginia. Six days later, they have a daughter, Patsy Cline
    Sep 2, 1932
    Tex Ritter holds his first recording session in New York, with "Rye Whiskey" among the two songs he cuts. The version is not issued, but a later recording becomes one of his earliest hits
    Sep 7, 1932
    With a power play dividing group members Milton Brown and Bob Wills, Brown quits The Light Crust Doughboys
    Sep 8, 1932
    Virginia Hensley is born in Winchester, Virginia. As Patsy Cline, she becomes one of country's definitive female vocalists behind such pop-tinged hits as "Crazy" and "I Fall To Pieces." She enters the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1973
    Sep 11, 1932
    The Greta Garbo picture "Grand Hotel" debuts in theaters. It will be referenced in the lyrics of The Statler Brothers' 1977 country hit "The Movies"
    Sep 19, 1932
    Having left The Light Crust Doughboys, Milton Brown's Musical Brownies are listed for the first time in The Fort Worth Press with a performance on KTAT Radio
    Sep 21, 1932
    After auditioning 67 singers in a two-week period, Bob Wills hires Tommy Duncan to replace Milton Brown as the lead vocalist for The Light Crust Doughboys on the basis of Duncan's performance of "I Ain't Got Nobody"
    Sep 23, 1932
    Victor releases Jimmie Rodgers' two-sided single, "Hobo's Meditation" and "Down The Old Road To Home"
    Sep 24, 1932
    Zeke Clements, fiddler Curly Fox and the father-son duo Asher Sizemore and Little Jimmy all make their Grand Ole Opry debuts
    Sep 28, 1932
    The Carlisle Brothers--Bill and Cliff--hold their first recording session, for Vocalion Records, in New York. They cut just one side, "She Was A Pip," and don't return to the studio for another 10 months

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