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  • Feb 1, 1986
    The Forester Sisters' "Just In Case" hits #1 on the Billboard country singles chart
    Feb 1, 1986
    Sylvia and Michael Johnson perform "I Love You By Heart" on TV's "Hee Haw," which also welcomes guests Hank Williams Jr. and Charlie Walker
    Feb 2, 1986
    Blaine Larsen is born in Tacoma, Washington. He releases his debut album shortly before his 19th birthday, landing his first hit with a song about suicide, "How Do You Get That Lonely." He also co-writes George Strait's "I Gotta Get To You"
    Feb 3, 1986
    MCA releases Waylon Jennings' first single for the label, "Working Without A Net"
    Feb 3, 1986
    Warner Bros. releases the Emmylou Harris album "Thirteen"
    Feb 4, 1986
    An official report on Rick Nelson's fatal New Year's Eve plane crash indicates his blood contained traces of cocaine, marijuana and alcohol. Another report will later overturn that assessment
    Feb 4, 1986
    Oklahoma governor George Nigh proclaims Merle Haggard Day
    Feb 4, 1986
    "Something Special" lives up to its name, delivering a gold album to George Strait from the RIAA
    Feb 8, 1986
    Juice Newton ascends to #1 on the Billboard country singles chart with "Hurt"
    Feb 8, 1986
    Eddie Rabbitt is a return guest on "Hee Haw," joined for the week by Ray Stevens, Mac Wiseman and The Forester Sisters

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