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  • Jan 18, 1989
    "To Know Him Is To Love Him" songwriter Phil Spector is inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame as a non-performer at New York's Waldorf-Astoria Hotel. Other new additions include Dion, Otis Redding and The Rolling Stones
    Jan 18, 1988
    ABC-TV broadcasts a Kevin Costner-directed movie, "What Price Victory," featuring Mac Davis as an assistant college football coach
    Jan 18, 1986
    The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band makes its "Hee Haw" debut. Other featured guests include Loretta Lynn, Helen Cornelius, comedian Mike Snider and The Tennessee River Boys, soon to be known as Diamond Rio
    Jan 18, 1986
    Dan Seals' nostalgic "Bop" goes to #1 on the Billboard country singles chart
    Jan 18, 1986
    Kenny Rogers, Juice Newton, Michael McDonald and Casey Kasem lead a group of stars who descend on Taft, California, to shoot a promotional video for the upcoming Hands Across America event. The video is expected to run during the Super Bowl
    Jan 18, 1985
    RCA releases The Judds' "Girls Night Out"
    Jan 18, 1985
    Steel guitarist Frankie Marvin dies in Valencia, California. He played on such hits as Gene Autry's "You Are My Sunshine," Al Dexter's "Too Late To Worry, Too Blue To Cry" and Tex Ritter's "Jingle Jangle Jingle"
    Jan 18, 1985
    Singer/songwriter Werly Fairburn dies of lung cancer in Los Angeles. A former "Louisiana Hayride" star, he authored Carl Smith's "I Feel Like Cryin'" and Jim Reeves' "I Guess I'm Crazy"
    Jan 18, 1984
    Randy Travis makes his national TV debut as a guest on "Nashville Now," promoting his album "Randy Ray Live At The Nashville Palace." At the end of the show, he sings "I'll Fly Away" with host Ralph Emery and fellow guest Barbara Mandrell
    Jan 18, 1984
    Kristy Lee Cook is born in Seattle, Washington. Following her performances on "American Idol" in 2008, she earns a Top 10 country album with "Why Wait"

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