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  • Aug 15, 1990
    Rounder releases the Alison Krauss album "I've Got That Old Feeling"
    Aug 15, 1988
    Kenny Rogers' drummer, Bobby Daniels, allegedly shoots and kills his ex-wife, Sylvia Coakley, after a domestic fight. Daniels handled the skins on numerous recordings, including Rogers' duet with Kim Carnes, "Don't Fall In Love With A Dreamer"
    Aug 15, 1988
    Lee Greenwood performs "God Bless The U.S.A." at the Superdome in New Orleans the same night president Ronald Reagan delivers a speech in support of George Bush during the Republican National Convention
    Aug 15, 1988
    Curb/MCA releases The Bellamy Brothers' "Rebels Without A Clue" with lyrical references to Lyndon B. Johnson, Buddy Holly, Elvis Presley and James Dean
    Aug 15, 1987
    Rounder releases Alison Krauss' debut album, "Too Late To Cry"
    Aug 15, 1987
    Michael Martin Murphey reaches #1 on the Billboard country singles chart with "A Long Line Of Love"
    Aug 15, 1985
    Alan Jackson has his first appointment with Marty Gamblin, an executive with Glen Campbell's publishing company
    Aug 15, 1984
    Record producer Norman Petty dies in Lubbock, Texas. Buddy Holly's producer also directed "I'm Stickin' With You" by future Nashville producer Jimmy Bowen and "Sugar Shack" by The Fireballs, including future music publisher Jimmy Gilmer
    Aug 15, 1984
    Billy Ray Cyrus' band loses almost all its instruments and equipment when a fire is set at Changes, a club in Ironton, Ohio, where they are scheduled to perform
    Aug 15, 1983
    Songwriter Chuck Howard dies. His credits include Conway Twitty's "Happy Birthday Darlin'," Waylon Jennings' "Come With Me" and Merle Haggard's "I'm Always On A Mountain When I Fall"

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