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  • Jun 23, 1999
    Vern Gosdin suffers a stroke while driving in Nashville, leaving him with temporary loss of control on the right side of his body
    Jun 23, 1998
    Robert Brian Butler, a concert sound engineer for Brooks & Dunn, dies in Orlando, Florida, of a heart attack
    Jun 23, 1998
    DreamWorks releases Randy Travis' "The Hole" commercially
    Jun 23, 1997
    Trace Adkins tells his side of a domestic gun accident in People magazine. While arguing about his drinking in 1994, he says his wife shot a .38, with a bullet going through both lungs and both ventricles in his heart
    Jun 23, 1996
    Alt.country singer/songwriter Walter Hyatt, who died in a plane crash in May, is honored with a concert at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium. Performers include: Lyle Lovett, David Ball, Shelby Lynne and Hal Ketchum, among others
    Jun 23, 1995
    Mindy McCready accepts a deal with RCA Records, 51 weeks to the day after she moved to Nashville
    Jun 23, 1995
    Garth Brooks' "The Hits" is certified by the RIAA for shipments of 6 million copies
    Jun 23, 1995
    Frank Sinatra's "Duets II" is certified gold and platinum by the RIAA. The album includes duets with Lorrie Morgan, Jimmy Buffett, Linda Ronstadt and Willie Nelson
    Jun 23, 1994
    Kin Vassy dies of lung cancer at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. A former member of Kenny Rogers & The First Edition as well as Frank Zappa & The Mothers, he sang on many of Rogers' solo hits, including "Scarlet Fever," "Morning Desire" and "Love Will Turn You Around"
    Jun 23, 1993
    Brooks & Dunn earn a triple-platinum award from the RIAA for "Brand New Man," becoming the first duo in country music history to have an album ship 3 million units

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