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  • Jan 1, 1995
    "The Midnite Jamboree," a Saturday radio show inaugurated by Ernest Tubb in 1947 as a post-script for the Grand Ole Opry, moves to the Texas Troubadour Theatre
    Jan 2, 1995
    "Cybill" debuts on CBS-TV, with Cybill Shepherd supported in the sitcom by a cast that includes Tom Wopat, who remains for just one season. Wopat co-wrote the Earl Thomas Conley hit "Shadow Of A Doubt"
    Jan 3, 1995
    Decca Records is re-activated by MCA with the release of Rhett Akins' debut album, "A Thousand Memories"
    Jan 3, 1995
    Columbia releases Wade Hayes' debut album "Old Enough To Know Better"
    Jan 3, 1995
    Restless Heart's manager tells The Tennessean the group is taking a year off. In fact, the band has broken up
    Jan 3, 1995
    MCA releases Trisha Yearwood's "Thinkin' About You"
    Jan 4, 1995
    Pop singer Richard Marx and his wife, Cynthia Rhodes, have a son, Jesse Marx, in Los Angeles. Dad co-wrote the Kenny Rogers hit "Crazy"
    Jan 4, 1995
    John Michael Montgomery earns two multi-platinum album awards from the RIAA: "Kickin' It Up" goes triple-platinum, and "Life's A Dance" hits double-platinum
    Jan 4, 1995
    The Tracy Lawrence album "Sticks And Stones" is certified platinum by the RIAA
    Jan 4, 1995
    Larry Gatlin has a benign growth removed from his vocal cords at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville. It's the second throat surgery of his career

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