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  • Jan 25, 1992
    Lorrie Morgan and The Desert Rose Band perform on the syndicated "Hee Haw"
    Jan 25, 1992
    Tracy Lawrence makes his first appearance at #1 on the Billboard country singles chart with "Sticks And Stones"
    Jan 25, 1991
    Jimmy Buffett performs at a Super Bowl party in Tampa, Florida
    Jan 25, 1989
    Laura Lee McBride, the first female vocalist with Bob Wills' Texas Playboys, dies in Bryan, Texas. She performed on the classic "Faded Love"
    Jan 25, 1989
    The Judds bring home a platinum album from the RIAA for "Heartland"
    Jan 25, 1988
    Randy Travis wins four awards, paced by "Forever And Ever, Amen," at the 15th annual American Music Awards
    Jan 25, 1987
    "(Ghost) Riders In The Sky," "Bonanza," "Footloose" and "Over The Rainbow" are played by the marching band during a Super Bowl XXI halftime show that features George Burns at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California. Neil Diamond sings the national anthem. The New York Giants defeat the Denver Broncos, 39-20
    Jan 25, 1986
    Vanderbilt Children's Hospital dedicates its playroom on the sixth floor to Timmy Rabbitt, the late son of Eddie Rabbitt
    Jan 25, 1986
    Manager Albert Grossman dies of a heart attack on a flight to London, with a lawsuit against former client Bob Dylan still outstanding. In 1987, Dylan, who wrote "It Ain't Me, Babe" during their association, settles with his widow for $2 million
    Jan 25, 1986
    Ricky Skaggs and Connie Smith take on guest musical roles for TV's "Hee Haw"

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