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  • Sep 1, 1941
    Woody Guthrie and Pete Seeger march in the Labor Day Parade in Los Angeles
    Sep 4, 1941
    Eddie Dean holds his first recording session, for Decca Records
    Sep 5, 1941
    The Orson Welles picture "Citizen Kane" debuts in theaters. It earns a mention in The Statler Brothers' 1977 country hit "The Movies"
    Sep 5, 1941
    Roy Rogers and Gabby Hayes attempt to right the wrongs of local businessmen in "Bad Man Of Deadwood," which debuts in theaters. Spade Cooley has a musical part in the picture
    Sep 9, 1941
    Otis Redding is born in Dawson, Georgia. The soul singer's song "(Sittin' On) The Dock Of The Bay" is re-recorded as a country hit by Waylon Jennings & Willie Nelson
    Sep 10, 1941
    Singer/songwriter Eddie Dean is killed on-screen with the debut of the western "Outlaws Of Cherokee Trail"
    Sep 11, 1941
    A groundbreaking ceremony is held for the Pentagon in Washington, D.C. It will be recognized in Darryl Worley's post-9/11 country hit "Have You Forgotten?"
    Sep 11, 1941
    R&B songwriter Raymond Jackson is born. A major contributor to artists on the Stax label, he lands songs on the country chart as the author of Barbara Mandrell's "(If Loving You Is Wrong) I Don't Want To Be Right" and The Oak Ridge Boys' "Touch A Hand, Make A Friend"
    Sep 13, 1941
    The movie "Navy Blues" debuts in theaters. It features Jackie Gleason in a supporting role as he makes his first appearance on the big screen. Gleason goes on to write Jimmy Dean's 1962 country hit "To A Sleeping Beauty"
    Sep 15, 1941
    Decca releases Johnnie Lee Wills' "Milk Cow Blues"

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