Doctor Damrosch told us that there is no place in the classics for realism. September 1, She began her career in after winning a local talent contest near Columbus, Ohio, which attracted the attention of country songwriter Bill Anderson.
Born on this day in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, was George Hamilton IV who began his career in the late s as a teen idol, later switching to country music in the early s. Cooley died on November 23,
January 1, Inshe was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame; as of - at the age of 92 - is its oldest living member. Western Gunslingers in Fact and on Film First ed.
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She said that she first visited Tombstone as part of the Pauline Markham Theater Troupe on December 1, , for a one-week engagement,  : 19 but modern researchers have not found any record that she was ever part of the theater company. Later in life, Josephine Sarah Marcus aggressively protected her and Wyatt's history while in Tombstone.
Tucson: University of Arizona Press. Born on this day in Los Angeles, California, was Johnny Horton, most famous for his semi-folk, so-called "saga songs" which began the "historical ballad" craze of the late s and early s. His stores were filled with sensational claims about Wyatt Earp's villainy, and he made up fake letters to the editor from supposed "old-timers" to corroborate this story.