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  • Sep 2, 1935
    Hank Snow marries Minnie Blanche Aalders in Fairview, Canada
    Sep 5, 1935
    Gene Autry's first full-length movie, Republic Pictures' "Tumbling Tumbleweeds," debuts. It features the title song, written by Bob Nolan, and Autry's own hit, "That Silver-Haired Daddy Of Mine." Also on screen are Gabby Hayes and Smiley Burnette
    Sep 6, 1935
    Guitarist Paul Yandell is born in Mayfield, Kentucky. A longtime sideman for Chet Atkins, he plays on country hits by Dolly Parton, Jerry Reed and The Louvin Brothers
    Sep 7, 1935
    The movie "Slightly Static" debuts in American theaters. Starring Thelma Todd, the comedy features The Sons Of The Pioneers and marks the on-screen debut of group member Roy Rogers
    Sep 8, 1935
    Pop singer John Sylvia is born in Boston, Massachusetts. He becomes a member of The Tune Weavers, singing bass on their 1957 hit "Happy, Happy Birthday Baby." It's revived in the country charts in 1986 by Ronnie Milsap
    Sep 10, 1935
    Four years after he left his native Germany to escape Nazi persecution, songwriter Kurt Weill moves to New York City. One of his compositions, "September Song," will become a country hit for Willie Nelson in 1979
    Sep 19, 1935
    Music executive Billy Deaton is born in Slaughter, Mississippi. He works as a booking agent and publicist for the likes of Faron Young and Bill Anderson, co-writing Young's hit "Wine Me Up"
    Sep 23, 1935
    Bob Wills holds his first recording session with The Texas Playboys, cutting 13 songs in Dallas, Texas. Among the selections: "Maiden's Prayer" and "Spanish Two Step"
    Sep 23, 1935
    Recording engineer Jim Williamson is born in North Carolina. Williamson runs the board for such classics as Ray Price's "For The Good Times," Tammy Wynette's "Stand By Your Man," Merle Haggard's "If We Make It Through December" and Loretta Lynn's "Coal Miner's Daughter"
    Sep 24, 1935
    Gene Autry stars in his fifth movie role, "Melody Trail," with pal Smiley Burnette. The singing cowboy is thrust into a plot that includes kidnapping and cattle rustling

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