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Saturday, 28 November 1964

Connie Smith - Once A Day

Saturday, 28 November 1970

Sonny James - Endlessly

Saturday, 28 November 1981

Merle Haggard - My Favorite Memory

Saturday, 28 November 1987

Steve Wariner - Lynda

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Country music was originally called hillbilly music. In the 1940s, Ernest Tubb helped re-brand this type of music country music. In an interview about this, Tubb stated, Hillbilly, thats what the press used to call it, hillbilly music. Now, I always said, You can call me a hillbilly if you got a smile on your face. We let the record companies know that they were producing country music cause we all come from the country.

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ICountryMemorie Error - we incorrectly gave the wrong year for Lorrie Morgan's birthday on June 26 as 1924 instead of 1959. Our apologies to Lorrie.
ICountryMemorie Number One song 40 years ago today - Mickey Gilley - Room Full Of Roses
ICountryMemorie Number One song 33 years ago today - Anne Murray - Blessed Are The Believers
ICountryMemorie Born this day - Elton Britt (1913) , Lloyd George ([Lonzo #1] Lonzo & Oscar) (1924), Rosalie Allen (1924), Lorrie Morgan (1924)
ICountryMemorie Born This Day - June Carter Cash (1929), Diana Trask (1940), Pake McEntire (1953)

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