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  • Dec 15, 1990
    Kenny Chesney graduates from East Tennessee State
    Dec 17, 1990
    Heartland releases "The Very Best Of Anne Murray"
    Dec 17, 1990
    Trisha Yearwood holds her first recording session for MCA Records, cutting "She's In Love With The Boy," among other titles. She is unhappy with the tracks, however, and re-records the song two months later with different musicians
    Dec 18, 1990
    George Jones earns a gold album from the RIAA, for "Still The Same Ole Me"
    Dec 19, 1990
    Reba McEntire, John Denver and Aretha Franklin sing a holiday medley--"Jingle Bells," "Deck The Halls," "I'll Be Home For Christmas," "Winter Wonderland" and "White Christmas"--as NBC telecasts "Christmas In Washington"
    Dec 19, 1990
    Tammy Wynette and Joe Diffie perform at the Fort Campbell Army Post in Kentucky in the first show given for families of the soldiers stationed in the Middle East in what becomes the Gulf War
    Dec 19, 1990
    The O'Kanes announce they're ending their career as a duet, two months after they were dropped by Columbia. Each of the two members, Jamie O'Hara and Kieran Kane, continues to write and record on his own
    Dec 20, 1990
    Ricky Van Shelton records "I Am A Simple Man" and "Keep It Between The Lines"
    Dec 20, 1990
    George Strait's three nominations make him the country frontrunner as the American Music Awards finalists are announced. Double-nominees include Clint Black, Garth Brooks, The Judds and Reba McEntire
    Dec 21, 1990
    Arista releases Alan Jackson's "I'd Love You All Over Again"

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