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  • Sep 10, 1937
    Tommy Overstreet is born in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. An office manager for Dot Records in the late-1960s, he puts together 10 consistent Top 10 hits for the label from 1971-1975, including "Gwen (Congratulations)" and "I'm A Believer"
    Sep 14, 1937
    Two months after the debut of the "Oklahoma And Woody Show" on Los Angeles' KFVD, Jack Guthrie abandons the radio program in search of a better income. His cousin, Woody Guthrie, continues to work without him
    Sep 24, 1937
    Western swing's Texas Jim Lewis & His Lone Star Cowboys hold their first recording session, in New York
    Sep 25, 1937
    Songwriter Don Pfrimmer is born in Great Falls, Montana. He pens Diamond Rio's "Meet In The Middle," Tim McGraw's "All I Want Is A Life" and Lee Roy Parnell's "Love Without Mercy," among others
    Sep 26, 1937
    Jerry Weintraub is born in Brooklyn, New York. A longtime Elvis Presley associate, he manages John Denver and produces Denver's first movie "Oh, God!" Weintraub also produces George Strait's first picture, "Pure Country"
    Sep 26, 1937
    Seven years after the character was introduced on radio, Mutual Broadcasting establishes the network show "The Shadow." It's referenced in the lyrics of The Statler Brothers' 1972 country hit "Do You Remember These"
    Sep 28, 1937
    Record producer/songwriter Glenn Sutton is born in Hodge, Louisiana. As a writer, he pens such hits as "What's Made Milwaukee Famous (Has Made A Loser Out Of Me)," "Your Good Girl's Gonna Go Bad" and "Almost Persuaded," while most of his production credits are for his wife, Lynn Anderson

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