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  • Aug 4, 1998
    George Strait appears five times on the ballot as finalists are announced for the Country Music Association awards. It gives him 47 total nominations over his career, making him the most-nominated artist in CMA history
    Aug 4, 1998
    Comedian Jerry Clower cancels a show for the first time in 32 years when he falls ill in Hiawasee, Georgia. He dies three weeks later, following open heart surgery
    Aug 4, 1998
    Mercury releases Terri Clark's "You're Easy On The Eyes"
    Aug 4, 1997
    BR5-49 begins a 20-date concert tour as the opening act for Bob Dylan, kicking off the run in Lenox, Massachusetts
    Aug 4, 1997
    Daytime soap stars Scott and Melissa Reeves have a son, Lawrence David Reeves. Six years later, Daddy forms the country duo Blue County
    Aug 4, 1997
    Pop vocalist Louise King dies in Sandy, Utah. In addition to a string of pop recordings in the 1940s and a 1960s network TV show, The King Sisters realized a country hit with a 1946 remake of Merle Travis' "Divorce Me C.O.D."
    Aug 4, 1996
    Faith Hill, Trisha Yearwood and fiddler Mark O'Connor perform at the Olympics' closing ceremonies in Atlanta. They join Stevie Wonder, The Pointer Sisters, B.B. King, Al Green, Little Richard, Ray Charles, Gloria Estefan and Wynton Marsalis
    Aug 4, 1995
    Comedian Milton Berle is a special guest at the Grand Ole Opry, where he makes his debut on the show
    Aug 4, 1995
    The Julia Roberts movie "Something To Talk About" debuts in theaters. Tim McGraw's "I Like It, I Love It" appears in the background
    Aug 4, 1994
    "Gord's Gold," including Gordon Lightfoot's 20-year-old country hit "Sundown," is certified double-platinum by the RIAA

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