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  • Feb 1, 1990
    Waylon Jennings records "Wrong" and "The Eagle" at Eleven-Eleven Sound on Music Row in Nashville
    Feb 2, 1990
    Conway Twitty announces he's planning to sell Twitty City, the tourist complex he opened in June 1982. The asking price: $6 million
    Feb 2, 1990
    Actress Lauren Bushnell is born in Portland, Oregon. Engaged to Ben Higgins after competing on the reality TV show "The Bachelor," she marries country singer Chris Lane in 2019
    Feb 2, 1990
    Atlantic releases Robin Lee's "Black Velvet"
    Feb 2, 1990
    Ann Morris dies in Tucson, Arizona. She was the mother of actor Robert Mitchum, who notched a country hit in 1967 with "Little Ole Wine Drinker Me"
    Feb 2, 1990
    Time-Life releases "Sounds Of The '70s: 1977," featuring Glen Campbell's "Southern Nights," Linda Ronstadt's "Blue Bayou" and Paul Simon's "Slip Slidin' Away," with The Oak Ridge Boys on backing vocals
    Feb 2, 1990
    Waylon Jennings records the first commercial version of "Where Corn Don't Grow" at Nashville's Eleven-Eleven Sound. The song becomes a hit for Travis Tritt in 1997
    Feb 3, 1990
    Waylon Jennings and Connie Smith are welcomed to the cornfield on TV's "Hee Haw"
    Feb 4, 1990
    Deana Carter passes her first audition to perform at Nashville's historic songwriter venue, The Bluebird Cafe
    Feb 5, 1990
    Tom Hulce stars in the TV movie "Murder In Mississippi." Portraying a Ku Klux Klan member is songwriter/guitarist Billy Ray Reynolds, who's played on numerous hits by Waylon Jennings, including "Clyde," "Amanda" and "Good Hearted Woman"

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