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  • Oct 1, 1991
    Clint Black's sophomore album, "Put Yourself In My Shoes," becomes his second double-platinum album as it's certified by the RIAA
    Oct 1, 1991
    Larry Gatlin performs with his brothers in Bloomington, Minnesota. It's his first concert since vocal surgery in June
    Oct 1, 1991
    MCA releases Reba McEntire's album "For My Broken Heart" as well as the single of the same name
    Oct 2, 1991
    A Miller Lite commercial debuts on CBS-TV during the Country Music Association Awards. Featured is the voice of Richie McDonald, destined to become the lead singer of Lonestar
    Oct 2, 1991
    Boudleaux and Felice Bryant become the first full-time songwriters to join the Country Music Hall of Fame during the 25th annual Country Music Association awards in Nashville. They wrote "Bye Bye Love," "Wake Up Little Susie" and "Rocky Top"
    Oct 2, 1991
    George Bush becomes the first president to attend the Country Music Association awards, where Garth Brooks wins four trophies: Entertainer of the Year; Album ("No Fences"); Single ("Friends In Low Places"); and Music Video ("The Thunder Rolls")
    Oct 3, 1991
    George Strait records "Gone As A Girl Can Get" and "So Much Like My Dad" at Emerald Sound in Nashville
    Oct 3, 1991
    Travis Tritt and "Farewell Party" songwriter Lawton Williams are inducted in the Country Music Hall Of Fame's Walkway of Stars
    Oct 4, 1991
    Diamond Rio makes its Grand Ole Opry debut
    Oct 4, 1991
    Trisha Yearwood collects a gold album from the RIAA, for her self-titled debut

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