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  • Apr 23, 1986
    Pop songwriter Harold Arlen dies of cancer in his apartment on New York's Central Park West. His legacy includes the Judy Garland classic "Over The Rainbow," which had been rejuvenated as a country hit five years earlier by Jerry Lee Lewis
    Apr 23, 1984
    MCA/Curb releases The Whites' "Forever You"
    Apr 23, 1983
    Columbia releases Willie Nelson's album "Take It To The Limit"
    Apr 23, 1983
    The Oak Ridge Boys raise "American Made" to the pole position on the Billboard country singles chart
    Apr 23, 1982
    Warner/Viva Records releases the David Frizzell single "I'm Gonna Hire A Wino To Decorate Our Home"
    Apr 23, 1982
    Warner Bros. releases Con Hunley's remake of The Chi-Lites' "Oh Girl" with supporting vocals by The Oak Ridge Boys
    Apr 23, 1981
    A Johnny Cash concert in Stuttgart, Germany, features surprise cameos by Jerry Lee Lewis and Carl Perkins. With Marty Stuart in the backing band, they perform "Get Rhythm," "I Forgot To Remember To Forget," "Blue Suede Shoes," "Whole Lot Of Shakin' Going On" and "I'll Fly Away," among others
    Apr 23, 1981
    MCA releases George Strait's "Unwound"
    Apr 23, 1979
    Lester Flatt enters Nashville's Baptist Hospital with a heart ailment
    Apr 23, 1979
    Gale Binkley dies. He was a member of The Binkley Brothers, a Grand Ole Opry act that held Nashville's very first recording session 50 years prior

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