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  • Feb 1, 1988
    MCA releases The Oak Ridge Boys' "True Heart," the first single to feature new vocalist Steve Sanders
    Feb 2, 1988
    The Oklahoma Senate designates "Faded Love" as the official state song
    Feb 2, 1988
    Tanya Tucker enters the Betty Ford Center, at the urging of friends and family, to deal with a cocaine problem. Among those who attended the intervention: Paul Overstreet, songwriters Dean Dillon and Royce Porter, and producer Jerry Crutchfield
    Feb 6, 1988
    Restless Heart's "Wheels" rolls to #1 on the Billboard country singles chart
    Feb 6, 1988
    Dan Seals and Exile guest on the week's installment of "Hee Haw," co-hosted by Roy Clark and Barbara Mandrell
    Feb 7, 1988
    Priscilla Presley's "Elvis & Me" two-part mini-series airs on TV. Ronnie McDowell handles The King's vocals
    Feb 8, 1988
    MCA releases Steve Wariner's "Baby I'm Yours"
    Feb 8, 1988
    Dolly Parton collects four nominations for the People's Choice Awards
    Feb 12, 1988
    Johnny Cash announces his support for Tennessee congressman Albert Gore Jr. in the presidential race
    Feb 12, 1988
    The Statler Brothers and Randy Travis top the list of nominees in The Music City News awards, with five nominations. Barbara Mandrell, Reba McEntire and George Strait claim four apiece

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