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  • Oct 8, 1990
    The Kentucky HeadHunters are named Vocal Group of the Year and their CD, "Pickin' On Nashville," takes Album of the Year, making The HeadHunters and Garth Brooks the only double-winners during the Country Music Association awards in Nashville
    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
    Oct 9, 1990
    Hannah Peasall is born at the Hendersonville Hospital north of Nashville. Just weeks after her 10th birthday, she's featured as a vocalist in the movie "O Brother, Where Art Thou?" as a member of The Peasall Sisters
    Oct 9, 1990
    The Country Music Hall Of Fame inducts five into its Walkway Of Stars: Lorrie Morgan, The Fruit Jar Drinkers, Tommy Hunter, Southern Pacific and Johnny Horton
    Oct 9, 1990
    Warner/Curb releases the Hank Williams Jr. album "America (The Way I See It)"
    Oct 10, 1990
    "I fly a starship": On the day the Discovery Space Shuttle returns to Earth, the crew's wakeup call comes with Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash and Kris Kristofferson's recording of "Highwayman"
    Oct 11, 1990
    Webb Pierce enters Southern Hills Medical Center in Nashville with internal hemorrhaging from pancreatic cancer
    Oct 12, 1990
    Arista releases Rob Crosby's debut single, "Love Will Bring Her Around"
    Oct 12, 1990
    Vern Gosdin undergoes coronary bypass surgery at Nashville's Baptist Hospital
    Oct 13, 1990
    Garth Brooks plays for an audience of 50,000 for the first time during the State Fair of Texas in Dallas

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