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February 15

A performance rights organization, BMI, was founded in 1940 to compete with ASCAP. Short for Broadcast Music, Inc., BMI collects and distributes... Read More.

January 15

Record producer and entrepreneur Ralph Peer coined the phrase "hillbilly music" to describe southern folk on this date in 1925. Ronnie... Read More.

December 15

Gone With The Wind made its world premiere in Atlanta in 1939. Starring Clark Gable, the film is namechecked in the 1989... Read More.

November 15

In 1943 Sydney Nathan's King Records released its first two singles, with the artists using pseudonyms: Merle Travis and Grandpa Jones are... Read More.

October 15

Jim Reeves records "He'll Have To Go" during a morning session at RCA Studio B in Nashville in 1959. He returned that... Read More.

September 15

In 1930 Hoagy Carmichael records the original version of "Georgia On My Mind" at the Victor Studios in New York. Jimmy Dorsey was part... Read More.