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1946 Born on this day in Texas City, Texas, was Johnny Lee. He racked up a series of country hits in the early and mid-80s.
1993 Garth Brooks was at #1 on the country charts with “That Summer”.
1958 Born on this day in Pensacola, Florida, was Aaron Tippin
Tom T. Hall recorded “Homecoming/Shoeshine Man” 1969.
2013 Songwriter Johnny MacRae died at his home in Ashland City aged 84. He wrote such country hits as Conway Twitty’s “I’d Love to Lay You Down,” Reba McEntire’s “You Lift Me Up to Heaven,” and Highway 101’s “Whiskey, if You Were a Woman”.
Trigger, Roy Rogers’ horse died at age 33, 1965.
Allison Krauss became the first bluegrass artist, to join the Grand Ole Opry, in twenty-nine years in 1993.
Johnny Russell, age 61, died 2001. Member Grand Ole Opry.
George Strait’s soundtrack album “Pure Country,” went to #1 1993.
Montgomery Gentry’s single “If You Ever Stop Loving Me” topped the charts 2004.
1975 Born on this day in Blytheville, Arkansas, was Trent Tomlinson,

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