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  • Oct 1, 1990
    The self-titled debut by Garth Brooks earns a platinum album from the RIAA
    Oct 2, 1990
    MCA releases Mark Chesnutt's debut album, "Too Cold At Home"
    Oct 4, 1990
    RCA releases Clint Black's "Put Yourself In My Shoes"
    Oct 5, 1990
    Columbia releases Mary Chapin Carpenter's album "Shooting Straight In The Dark"
    Oct 5, 1990
    Alan Jackson makes the cover of the USA Weekend Sunday newspaper supplement. Arista's Steve Sharp says country has finally reached a young audience: "Artists have to look good to be considered. You can't have a fat, ugly guy making records"
    Oct 6, 1990
    Garth Brooks joins the Grand Ole Opry. His set list for the momentous occasion is "Friends In Low Places," "If Tomorrow Never Comes" and "The Dance"
    Oct 6, 1990
    Garth Brooks' "Friends In Low Places" hits #1 on the Billboard country singles chart
    Oct 6, 1990
    Vern Gosdin and Baillie & The Boys are featured on TV's "Hee Haw"
    Oct 7, 1990
    The Nashville Songwriters Hall Of Fame inducts Jimmy Webb ("Wichita Lineman," "Highwayman") and Ted Harris ("The Hand That Rocks The Cradle"), plus Sue Brewer, noted for her humanitarian efforts for Nashville songwriters
    Oct 8, 1990
    Tennessee Ernie Ford gets a plaque in the Country Music Hall Of Fame as he's officially inducted during the 24th annual Country Music Association awards at the Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville, carried live on CBS-TV

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