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  • Jun 26, 1986
    Arista releases "Then & Now... The Best Of The Monkees," including "Last Train To Clarksville," recognized in the Country Music Foundation's "Heartaches By The Number" among the 500 all-time greatest singles in country music
    Jun 26, 1984
    George Strait records "The Cowboy Rides Away" in a late-night session at the Sound Stage in Nashville
    Jun 26, 1984
    MCA releases the "Streets Of Fire" soundtrack. It includes Maria McKee's version of a Tom Petty song, "Never Be You," destined to become a country hit after Rosanne Cash re-records it
    Jun 26, 1982
    Marie Osmond marries her first husband, Stephen Craig, a former basketball star for Brigham Young University
    Jun 26, 1982
    "Barbara Mandrell And The Mandrell Sisters" makes its final prime-time appearance, with guests Dolly Parton and John Schneider
    Jun 26, 1982
    B.J. Thomas makes his last appearance as a member on the Grand Ole Opry, less than a year after his induction, performing "(Hey Won't You Play) Another Somebody Done Somebody Wrong Song"
    Jun 26, 1981
    "The Originals" brings an RIAA-certified gold album to The Statler Brothers
    Jun 26, 1981
    MCA releases Merle Haggard's "Rainbow Stew/Live At Anaheim Stadium"
    Jun 26, 1981
    MCA releases Don Williams' album "Especially For You"
    Jun 26, 1980
    Bass vocalist Culley Holt, of The Jordanaires, dies in Missouri. Holt helped found the quartet in 1948, although he left before the group hit its stride, and was not in the lineup that eventually found its way into the Country Music Hall of Fame

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