Jun 9, 1935 Guitarist Jimmy "Spider" Wilson is born in Nashville. He becomes a member of Little Jimmy Dickens' band and plays on Skeeter Davis'... Read More.
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.
Apr 9, 1932: Carl Perkins is born in Tiptonville, Tennessee. He becomes a rockabilly pioneer through his single "Blue Suede Shoes." He also writes... Read More.
Mar 9, 1919 Guitarist Cleo Davis is born. He's the first musician Bill Monroe hires, in August 1938, when he assembles... Read More.
Patsy Cline was a guest on the ABC music series Ozark Jubilee in 1957. Mercury released the song that would become... Read More.
Hank Williams recorded Long Gone Lonesome Blues, My Son Calls Another Man Daddy, Why Should We Try Anymore
Fiddler Tommy Jackson died in Nashville in 1979. One of the most influential musicians to play the instrument, he took part in... Read More.
Jimmie Rodgers began production on a 10-minute movie short, The Singing Brakeman, in Camden, NJ in 1929.
Dolly Parton and her uncle, Bill Owens, established Owepar in 1967. The publishing company owns the copyrights to all their songs.