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  • Oct 25, 1991
    Alan Jackson scores a platinum album from the RIAA, for "Don't Rock The Jukebox"
    Oct 25, 1991
    Pop singer Margo Sylvia dies of a heart attack in San Diego. A former member of The Tune Weavers, she co-wrote the group's "Happy, Happy Birthday Baby," which Ronnie Milsap revived in country music five years earlier
    Oct 25, 1991
    The Desert Rose Band gives a benefit concert at the Ventura County Fairgrounds in California to help fund new machinery at Community Hospital
    Oct 25, 1989
    Dottie West and Shelly West schedule their first official concert together, at the Louisiana State Fair in Shreveport. They each do their solo show, then duet on "Country Sunshine" and "Together Again"
    Oct 25, 1989
    Alabama's "Roll On" album and "Greatest Hits" are certified triple-platinum by the RIAA, while "Forty Hour Week" goes double-platinum
    Oct 25, 1989
    RCA labelmates Kenny Rogers & Dolly Parton earn a double-platinum album from the RIAA for the holiday project "Once Upon A Christmas"
    Oct 25, 1989
    Heartland Music releases the TV-marketed album "Very Best Of Conway Twitty"
    Oct 25, 1988
    Warner Bros. releases The Traveling Wilburys' album "Vol. 1," featuring five pop and rock musicians who've written country hits: Bob Dylan, Roy Orbison, Tom Petty, Jeff Lynne and George Harrison
    Oct 25, 1988
    Rhino releases "Billboard Top Rock & Roll Hits 1963." Among its contents: Jan & Dean's "Surf City," featuring Glen Campbell on guitar; and "Sugar Shack," by Jimmy Gilmer & The Fireballs, headed by Brad Paisley's future manager
    Oct 25, 1987
    Dolly Parton joins The Oak Ridge Boys on "Elvira" during the ABC variety show "Dolly!" The Oaks also perform "This Crazy Love"

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