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  • Nov 1, 1980
    Linda Ronstadt sings "Blue Bayou" on "The Muppet Show"
    Nov 1, 1980
    Waylon Jennings goes to #1 on the Billboard country singles chart with "Theme From The Dukes Of Hazzard (Good Ol' Boys)"
    Nov 1, 1980
    Tom Wopat, who will write Earl Thomas Conley's "Shadow Of A Doubt," appears on ABC-TV's "Fantasy Island"
    Nov 1, 1980
    Buck Owens performs "Margaritaville" on "Hee Haw" and teams with Kenny Price and Roy Clark on "Heartaches By The Number." The music also includes Tom T. Hall's performance of "The Old Side Of Town" and Jeanne Pruett's renditions of "Temporarily Yours" and "It's Too Late"
    Nov 1, 1980
    Tanya Tucker performs "Pecos Promenade" during TV's "Solid Gold." The guest list also includes Eddie Rabbitt, Steve Allen and Gladys Knight & The Pips, who sing "Midnight Train To Georgia" with Dionne Warwick
    Nov 1, 1980
    Ed Bruce sings "The Last Cowboy Song" on the syndicated TV show "Pop! Goes The Country." Hosted by Tom T. Hall, the episode also features Dick Feller and Cristy Lane, who performs "Sweet Sexy Eyes"
    Nov 2, 1980
    Glen Campbell leaves Goodlark Hospital in Dickson, Tennessee, after a three-day stay with a broken rib
    Nov 3, 1980
    With Emmylou Harris' version of his song "The Boxer" climbing the country charts, Paul Simon appears on the cover of People magazine
    Nov 5, 1980
    Warner Bros. releases The Doobie Brothers' pop single "One Step Closer," written by Carlene Carter, Keith Knudsen and John McFee. Knudsen and McFee are destined to become founding members of Southern Pacific
    Nov 5, 1980
    Mercury releases Johnny Russell's "Song Of The South." It becomes a hit eight years later for Alabama

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