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  • Jan 18, 1994
    Alan Jackson receives a post-holiday gift from the RIAA: a gold album award for "Honky Tonk Christmas"
    Jan 18, 1994
    MCA releases the soundtrack to "8 Seconds," featuring John Anderson, Pam Tillis, Billy Dean, Brooks & Dunn, Reba McEntire, Vince Gill, McBride & The Ride, Karla Bonoff, David Lee Murphy, Mark Chesnutt, Patty Smyth and Bill Conti
    Jan 18, 1994
    Atlantic releases the self-titled debut album by Billy Pilgrim, a duo that features future Sugarland co-founder Kristian Bush
    Jan 18, 1993
    Liberty releases Billy Dean's album "Fire In The Dark"
    Jan 18, 1993
    Whitney Houston throws a few more coins in Dolly Parton's pocketbook: The soundtrack to "The Bodyguard," paced by a version of Parton's "I Will Always Love You," is certified gold, platinum and multi-platinum, for shipments of 6 million units
    Jan 18, 1993
    Willie Nelson's version of Hoagy Carmichael's "Star Dust" provides astronauts on the Space Shuttle Endeavour with their morning wakeup call
    Jan 18, 1992
    Garth Brooks appears on "Hee Haw" with Trisha Yearwood and Diamond Rio
    Jan 18, 1991
    David Allan Coe performs at the International Ballroom in Doraville, Georgia, two weeks after emergency abdominal surgery
    Jan 18, 1990
    Bette Midler's "Beaches" soundtrack earns a double-platinum album from the RIAA. It includes her re-make of the country hit "Wind Beneath My Wings"
    Jan 18, 1989
    Lee Greenwood sings "God Bless The U.S.A." at the opening inaugural ceremonies for president George Bush at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C. The ceremony also features The Beach Boys and Larry Gatlin & The Gatlin Brothers Band

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