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July 7

Jul 7, 1927 Charlie Louvin, of The Louvin Brothers, is born in Section, Alabama. Along with brother Ira, they mix gospel and country, landing on... Read More.

June 7

Jun 7, 1934 Wynn Stewart is born in Morrisville, Missouri. A West Coast singer who helps define the Bakersfield Sound, he writes Merle Haggard's "Sing... Read More.

May 7

May 7, 1931 Songwriter Jerry Chesnut is born in Loyall, Kentucky. Among his credits: Travis Tritt's "T-R-O-U-B-L-E," Del Reeves' "Looking At The World Through A... Read More.

April 7

Apr 7, 1932: Cal Smith is born in Gans, Oklahoma. He plays rhythm guitar and opens for Ernest Tubb for six years, then develops... Read More.

March 7

Mar 7, 1944 Singer/songwriter Townes Van Zandt is born in Fort Worth, Texas. A vivid songwriter and wild personality, he authors... Read More.

February 7

Marty Robbins debuted on the Grand Ole Opry in 1953, performing Ain't You Ashamed and Good Night Cincinnati, Good Mornin'... Read More.

January 7

A pair of legends made their Grand Ole Opry debut on January 7th, 1950. It was not only Hank Snow’s first time... Read More.

January 6

Jerry Lee Lewis took the #1 spot on the Billboard country singles chart with Great Balls Of Fire in 1958.

December 7

Marty Robbins recorded a remake of Elvis Presley's That's All Right during an evening session at Nashville's Castle Studio in... Read More.

November 7

Red Foley records Chattanoogie Shoe Shine Boy in 1949 at the Castle Studio in the Tulane Hotel. The song is... Read More.