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May 20

May 20, 1933 Jimmie Rodgers records "Old Pal Of My Heart" and "The Yodeling Ranger" at the Victor Studios in New York during what amounts... Read More.

May 19

May 19, 1921 Irene Amburgey is born in Neon, Kentucky. As Martha Carson, she becomes a significant country gospel singer, working for 12 years with... Read More.

May 18

May 18, 1936 Leon Ashley is born near Covington, Georgia. He establishes his own label, Ashley Records, and hits #1 as an artist in 1967... Read More.

May 17

May 17, 1975 Pop singer B.J. Thomas finds his way to the top of the Billboard country chart with one of country music's longest song... Read More.

May 16

May 16, 1953 Jimmy Dean makes his Grand Ole Opry debut, introduced to the audience at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium by Carl Smith May 16, 1957 Shooting begins... Read More.

May 15

May 15, 1918 Eddy Arnold is born in Henderson, Tennessee. Originally touted as the Tennessee Plowboy in his solid country recordings, he shifts into string-laden... Read More.

May 14

May 14, 1914 Singer, songwriter and band leader Foy Willing is born in Bosque County, Texas. He founds the New Riders Of The Purple Sage,... Read More.

May 13

May 13, 1910 Curt Massey is born in Midland, Texas. He joins his older sister in the band Louise Massey & The Westerners, scoring several... Read More.

May 12

May 12, 1951 Hank Williams' "Cold, Cold Heart" reaches #1 on the Billboard country singles chart May 12, 1955 Kix Brooks is born in Shreveport, Louisiana. He... Read More.

May 11

May 11, 1888 Pop songwriter Irving Berlin is born in Temun, Russia. He earns country hits when Willie Nelson records his song "Blue Skies" and... Read More.

May 10

May 10, 1895 Carl T. Sprague is born near Alvin, Texas. In 1925, he records the first cowboy hit, "When The Work's All Done This... Read More.

May 9

May 9, 1914 Hank Snow is born in Brooklyn, Nova Scotia. The Grand Ole Opry member earns more than 40 hit records from 1949-1974, including... Read More.