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US rockabilly singer and songwriter   wrote and recorded song "Blue Suede Shoes" 1955 (released 1956   1st song to top rhythm and blues, pop, and country charts simultaneously)   co-wrote autobiography "Go, Cat, Go!: The Life and Times of Carl Perkins, the King of Rockabilly" 1..

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1936 – Born on the 23rd of April in Vernon, Texas. 1949 – He Organized his first band, "The Wink Westerners". The band appeared weekly on KERB radio in Kermit, Texas. 1954 – He graduated from Wink High School. 1955 – He attended North Texas State College in Denton, Texas for a year. 1956 – ..

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1924 – Born on the 9th of May in Moscow, Russia. 1942 – He volunteered for the Red Army Infantry and participated in the war with Nazi Germany. 1945 – He returned to Tbilisi where he passed his high school graduation tests and enrolled in Tbilisi States University. 1950 – He worked as a teacher ..

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1824 – Born on the 8th of September in Catalonia, Spain. 1853 – He invited to lead the Mexican military bands in Mexico. 1854 – He worked as a conductor and opera director in United States. 1901 – He returned to the U.S. and settled in New York, where he was found by a Mexican ..

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1947 – She was born on the 18th day of October this year.   1971 – She released an album “Gonna Take a Miracle”  of her favorite "teenage heartbeat songs" with Labelle (Patti Labelle, Nona Hendryx and Sarah Dash) providing vocal harmonies.   1977 the Nine cricket rights deal led to a confrontation with the ..

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1879 – Born on the 5th of January in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 1908 – He wrote the lyrics of the song "Take Me Out to the Ball Game".        – He married singer Nora Bayes. 1944 – He was portrayed by Dennis Morgan in the musical film. 1959 – He died on the 1st of September. ..

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1941 – Harry Edward Nilsson III in real life was born on the 15th day of June this year in Brooklyn, New York.   1958 – He was hooked on the new wave of music, especially rhythm and blues artists like Ray Charles. He had taken early stabs at performing while he was working at ..

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1937 – Born on the 22nd of April in Chicago. 1955 – He moved to Los Angeles with ambitions of becoming a Jazz Saxophonist. 1964 – He was organized the music for The T.A.M.I. Show television special. 1967 – He collaborated with Young on some of his most commercially successful solo recordings. 1979 – He ..

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1943 – He was born on the 28th day of November this year in Los Angeles, California.   1960 – He was briefly a member of the band The Tikis, who would later on become Harpers Bizarre.   1961 – He became a professional songwriter by the time he was seventeen his first single as ..

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