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  • Nov 23, 1978
    The Oak Ridge Boys sing "You're The One" while riding a turkey float down Broadway in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade
    Nov 24, 1978
    Mickey Gilley appears as a guest on TV's "Hee Haw Honeys"
    Nov 24, 1978
    Katherine Heigl is born in Washington, D.C. The "Grey's Anatomy" actress marries singer/songwriter Josh Kelley in 2007
    Nov 25, 1978
    Billy Ray Cyrus plays tight end as his high-school football team, the Russell Red Devils, wins the Kentucky state championship, beating the Woodford County Yellowjackets, 17-7, in Richmond
    Nov 25, 1978
    The Kendalls sing "Sweet Desire" and "Pittsburgh Stealers" on "Hee Haw," while fellow guest Don Williams performs "I've Got A Winner In You." Roy Clark chips in "Only Daddy That'll Walk The Line," and co-host Buck Owens covers "Good Time Charlie's Got The Blues"
    Nov 25, 1978
    The Kendalls perform "It Don't Feel Like Sinnin' To  Me" and "Pittsburgh Stealers" on "Pop! Goes The Country," hosted by Ralph Emery. Jimmy Dean covers "Are You From Dixie" and "This Ole House"
    Nov 25, 1978
    The Kendalls take "Sweet Desire" to #1 on the Billboard country singles chart
    Nov 26, 1978
    Marie Osmond and brother Donny appear in the Hollywood Christmas Parade, formerly known as the Santa Claus Lane parade. Others in the procession include Steve Allen, Pat Buttram and John Ritter
    Nov 27, 1978
    Kenny Rogers & Dottie West remake the Tammy Wynette hit "'Til I Can Make It On My Own" during the afternoon at the Jack Clement Studios in Nashville
    Nov 28, 1978
    Elektra releases Eddie Rabbitt's "Every Which Way But Loose"

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