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  • Jan 5, 1997
    Pop songwriter Burton Lane dies of lung cancer in New York City. He authored "Look To The Rainbow" and "On A Clear Day You Can See Forever," plus Jo Stafford's 1947 country hit "Feudin' And Fightin'"
    Jan 5, 1996
    With a recording session three days away, David Lee Murphy writes the future hit "Every Time I Get Around You"
    Jan 5, 1995
    SoundScan figures indicate country music sales held steady in 1994, with consumers buying 76 million albums. The business peaked in 1992 at 80 million
    Jan 5, 1995
    Reba McEntire withdraws a request to build a heliport on her Music Row property from the Nashville zoning board, after music executives expressed fears that the air traffic would disrupt nearby recording sessions
    Jan 5, 1995
    Faith Hill takes home her first platinum album from the RIAA for "Take Me As I Am"
    Jan 5, 1995
    Mary Chapin Carpenter receives four Grammy nominations, including Record of the Year for "He Thinks He'll Keep Her." "I Swear" is in the running for Song of the Year
    Jan 5, 1995
    Southern comedian Jeff Foxworthy earns a platinum album from the RIAA for "You Might Be A Redneck If..."
    Jan 5, 1994
    Billy Ray Cyrus shows off ultrasound photos of his expected child on the ABC telecast of "Good Morning, America"
    Jan 5, 1994
    Radney Foster's vocal cords are tested in a research study on the singing process for country performers at Vanderbilt. The moment lofts his picture into The Tennessean, his bare chest covered by a music stand
    Jan 5, 1994
    The "Honky Tonk Angels" project earns a gold album from the RIAA for Dolly Parton, Loretta Lynn and Tammy Wynette

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