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Born Garland Perry Cochran, in Isola, Miss., Hank formed a duo with early rock 'n' roll star Eddie Cochran, called the Cochran Brothers (although the two were not related). He also worked in the oilfields and picked olives in California, before moving to Nashville in 1960 and teaming with another songwriting icon, Harlan Howard, to write one of the biggest hits of Patsy Cline's career, 'I Fall to Pieces.' Patsy also recorded Hank's songs 'She's Got You' and 'Why Can't He Be You.' Hank also encouraged his publishing company, Pamper Music, to sign a young songwriter named Willie Nelson."
Hat tip to Jeff Meyerson.