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  • Sep 3, 1952
    Tennessee Ernie Ford and his wife of 10 years, Betty Jean, have their second son, Brion Leonard Fabian Ford, in Monterey Park, California
    Sep 3, 1952
    After multiple attempts to understand his unorthodox behavior, Woody Guthrie is finally diagnosed at Brooklyn State Hospital with Huntington's chorea, a rare genetic disease that wreaks havoc on the nervous system
    Sep 4, 1952
    The R&B group Gladys Knight & The Pips is formed in Atlanta, Georgia. Noted for such hits as "Midnight Train To Georgia" and "You're The Best Thing That Ever Happened To Me," Knight earns a Country Music Association nomination in 1994
    Sep 6, 1952
    Buddy Miller is born in Fairborn, Ohio. Married to Julie Miller, he rises as a noted singer and guitarist during the 1990s, working alongside Emmylou Harris and contributing to the Americana movement
    Sep 8, 1952
    Hank Williams sells a Williamson County farm, one year after its original purchase
    Sep 8, 1952
    Capitol releases Skeets McDonald's "Don't Let The Stars Get In Your Eyes"
    Sep 11, 1952
    Ray Charles signs a recording contract with Atlantic Records, where he becomes a major star. Charles goes on to bridge the gap between pop and country with "Modern Sounds In Country And Western Music"
    Sep 11, 1952
    The daily CBS variety program "The Steve Allen Show" is telecast for the final time. Allen wrote the Margaret Whiting & Jimmy Wakely country hit "Let's Go To Church (Next Sunday Morning)"
    Sep 12, 1952
    MGM releases a double-sided Hank Williams hit: "Settin' The Woods On Fire" and "You Win Again"
    Sep 12, 1952
    Columbia releases newlywed Carl Smith's "Our Honeymoon"

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