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  • May 21, 1984
    Donnie Van Zant and .38 Special receive a platinum album from the RIAA for "Tour De Force." With brother Johnny Van Zant, he forms the country duo Van Zant and builds a hit in 2005 with "Help Somebody"
    May 21, 1984

    People magazine's lead story goes "Inside Country Music" with cover pics of Willie Nelson, George Strait, Kenny Rogers, Loretta Lynn and Crystal Gayle 

    May 21, 1984
    MCA releases Glen Campbell's version of J.D. Souther's "Faithless Love"
    May 21, 1983
    John Conlee's "Common Man" drives to #1 on the Billboard country singles chart
    May 21, 1980
    Warner Bros. releases the soundtrack to "Roadie," as well as a single from the movie, Roy Orbison's duet with Emmylou Harris, "That Lovin' You Feelin' Again." The album also features Eddie Rabbitt's "Drivin' My Life Away"
    May 21, 1980
    Waylon Jennings cuts a performance at the Charlotte Motor Speedway short when some of the 25,000 fans throw beer cans at police
    May 21, 1980
    Buck Owens and his "Hee Haw" cohort Gunilla Hutton appear in the ABC-TV movie "Murder Can Kill You" with Tony Danza and Jamie Farr
    May 21, 1979
    The Kendalls sue Gusto Records for back royalties
    May 21, 1979
    Epic releases The Charlie Daniels Band's "The Devil Went Down To Georgia"
    May 21, 1979
    Jacky Ward records "You're My Kind Of Woman" in Nashville

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