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  • Jun 26, 1995
    Steel guitarist Jim Farmer dies. He played on numerous Marty Robbins sessions, including "Knee Deep In The Blues," "Singing The Blues" and "That's All Right"
    Jun 26, 1992
    Columbia releases Mary Chapin Carpenter's album "Come On, Come On"
    Jun 26, 1992
    Entertainment Weekly designates 100 people for its Cool Hall Of Fame. George Jones makes the list, along with Bonnie Raitt, Aretha Franklin, Ted Koppel and The Rolling Stones' Keith Richards
    Jun 26, 1990
    First American Bank buys Dottie West's home and 40 acres, valued at $1.6 million, for $800,000 during a foreclosure sale
    Jun 26, 1990
    Geffen releases "After The Rain," the debut album by rock duo Nelson. The two members, Gunnar and Matthew Nelson, are the twin sons of the late Rick Nelson
    Jun 26, 1990
    Capitol releases Pirates Of The Mississippi's self-titled debut album
    Jun 26, 1989
    Alan Jackson signs his first recording contract with Arista Records. He also records "Wanted," "Chasin' That Neon Rainbow" and "I'd Love You All Over Again"
    Jun 26, 1989
    Lee Greenwood performs the first of five shows for American troops station in Panama
    Jun 26, 1988
    "Lost Highway," a theatrical production based on the life of Hank Williams, debuts in Los Angeles. Eight years later, the show comes to the former home of the Grand Ole Opry, Nashville's Ryman Auditorium
    Jun 26, 1987
    Johnny Wright's "Hello Vietnam" opens the Vietnam movie "Full Metal Jacket" as it debuts in theaters

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