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  • Dec 19, 1991
    The Judds bring home an RIAA-certified gold album for "Greatest Hits, Volume 2"
    Dec 19, 1990
    Tammy Wynette and Joe Diffie perform at the Fort Campbell Army Post in Kentucky in the first show given for families of the soldiers stationed in the Middle East in what becomes the Gulf War
    Dec 19, 1990
    The O'Kanes announce they're ending their career as a duet, two months after they were dropped by Columbia. Each of the two members, Jamie O'Hara and Kieran Kane, continues to write and record on his own
    Dec 19, 1990
    Reba McEntire, John Denver and Aretha Franklin sing a holiday medley--"Jingle Bells," "Deck The Halls," "I'll Be Home For Christmas," "Winter Wonderland" and "White Christmas"--as NBC telecasts "Christmas In Washington"
    Dec 19, 1988
    Johnny Cash has open heart surgery at Nashville's Baptist Hospital, one week after Waylon Jennings had similar surgery at the same location
    Dec 19, 1988
    David Cobb dies following heart surgery at Park View Medical Center in Nashville. A longtime announcer for the Grand Ole Opry, he was the first to refer to the Tennessee capitol as "Music City U.S.A."
    Dec 19, 1988
    John Denver and The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band collaborate on "Take Me Home, Country Roads" as CBS airs "John Denver's Christmas In Aspen." Denver also sings "The Christmas Song" with Anne Murray
    Dec 19, 1988
    Dolly Parton sings "Hard Candy Christmas" on Bob Hope's NBC holiday special
    Dec 19, 1987
    Linda Ronstadt is the musical guest on "Saturday Night Live"
    Dec 19, 1987
    A St. Louis judge throws out a suit filed by an inmate who claims his rights are being violated because a security officer won't let him listen to a country station

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