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While the world mourns the loss of seven NASA astronauts, a female space jockey from Idaho is shaking her head about her two "near misses."
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Buddy Holly, The Big Bopper and Richie Valens killed in a plane crash in Clear Lake, Iowa, 1959.
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Polly Lewis of The Lewis Family born in Lincoln County, Ga., 1937. Johnny Russell born in Roundaway, Miss., 1940.
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Maurice Gibb remembered as 'nice guy,' Zellweger waxes and wanes for film roles, and other stories about celebrities.
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Roger Miller born in Fort Worth, Texas, 1936. Red Smiley dies at 46, 1972.
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NASHVILLE, Dec. 26 (UPI) -- Kenny Chesney says he sings about doing a lot of things differently in his latest single. In reality, it's doubtful that the multi-platinum country singer needs
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Toby Keith's "Who's Your Daddy?" has reached the top spot on the Billboard Hot Singles & Tracks chart after 19 weeks.
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Professor and Maryann have released a new holiday single entitled "Ten Tubas" from their forthcoming record, "Runaway Favorite," due out in February.
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SINGER'S INJURED MOUTH WORSE THAN FEARED
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Webb Pierce records "Yes, I Know Why," 1955. Glen Campbell's "Wichita Lineman" album is certified gold, 1968.
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Minnie Pearl born Sara Ophelia Colley in Centerville, Tenn., 1912. Mark Miller, lead singer with Sawyer Brown, born in Dayton, Ohio, 1958.
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Alan Jackson born in Newnan, Ga., 1958. Tennessee Ernie Ford dies at 73, 1991.
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CONGRATULATIONS TO JIMMY CARTER
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MARTHA STEWART LEAVES WALL STREET POST
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Garth Brooks' "Rodeo" went to No. 1 in Radio & Records, 1991. The first International Bluegrass Music Awards staged in Owensboro, Ky., 1990.
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FARM AID 2002 PLAYS TO PACKED HOUSE
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Farm Aid 2002

BURGETTSTOWN, Pa., Sept. 23 (UPI) -- Earnest encouragement for family farmers and fighting words for the U.S. government and corporate concerns -- and plenty of music -- were the focus of Farm Aid
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Ray Charles born in Albany, Ga., 1930. Bob Wills' first recording session with the Texas Playboys, 1935.
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Charles Sawtelle of bluegrass band Hot Rize born, 1946. Tennessee Ernie Ford recorded "16 Tons," 1955.
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JANET RENO MAY GIVE UP POLITICS
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Hank Thompson born in Waco, Texas, 1925. Jerry Reed's "She Got The Goldmine, I Got The Shaft" peaked at No. 3 on Rock & Roll chart, 1982. Kenny Rogers/Dolly Parton duet single, "Islands In The Stream" charted, 1983.
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Bobby Helms born in Bloomington, Ind., 1933. Lew Dewitt, formerly with The Statler Brothers, died in 1990. Hank Williams, Jr. movie "A Time To Sing" debuted in Nashville, 1968.
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