Andy Williams, we hardly knew you. To a generation you're the man in tinted glasses on dozens of albums we wouldn't buy for a quarter, yet you were an enormous figure in American music from your earliest hit, a hillbilly cat cover of "Butterfly" inspired by Elvis, to your long, graceful goodbye in B ... More >>
No, he ain't.On this day in country music history 1933, a boy named Harold Jenkins was born in a town called Friars Point, Mississippi. His uncle named him after his favorite silent film actor, Harold Jenkins. But Harold Jenkins didn't stay Harold Jenkins for long.