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December 19, 2017

    1955: Carl Perkins recorded “Blue Suede Shoes” in Sun Studios, Memphis, Tennessee. The song was one of the first popular songs to simultaneously be in the top of of the rock, country, and R&B charts.

    1944: Memphis Minnie recorded “When You Love Me”, “Love Come And Go”, and “Fashion Plate Daddy” in Chicago, Illinois.

    1942: Cornell Dupree was born December 19, 1942, in Fort Worth, Texas.


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