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  • May 18, 1952
    George Strait is born in Poteet, Texas. The authentic cowboy becomes a voice for traditional country beginning in 1981, accruing more than 25 gold albums and membership in the Country Music Hall of Fame
    Dec 4, 1971
    Seven months after eloping to Mexico, George Strait re-marries Norma Voss in Texas to satisfy their parents
    Oct 6, 1972
    George and Norma Strait have a daughter, Jenifer
    Oct 13, 1975
    Ace In The Hole plays its first date at the Cheatham Street Warehouse in San Marcos, Texas. George Strait later emerges as a solo artist, and the group stays with him as the Ace In The Hole Band
    Feb 2, 1981
    George Strait records his first hit, "Unwound," at Music City Music Hall in Nashville
    Apr 23, 1981
    MCA releases George Strait's "Unwound"
    May 14, 1981
    George "Bubba" Strait Jr. is born. He co-writes his father's hits "Here For A Good Time" and "Living For The Night"
    Jun 16, 1981
    George Strait records "If You're Thinking You Want A Stranger (There's One Coming Home)" in an afternoon session at Nashville's Music City Music Hall
    Sep 4, 1981
    MCA releases George Strait's debut album, "Strait Country"
    Sep 9, 1981
    George Strait records "Fool Hearted Memory" in a midday session at Music City Music Hall in Nashville

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