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  • Feb 25, 1990
    Pop singer Johnnie Ray dies of liver failure in Los Angeles. He picked up the biggest hit of his career with his 1951 debut, "Cry." The song later became a country hit two times--for Lynn Anderson, in 1972; and for Crystal Gayle, in 1986
    Feb 25, 1990
    Tammy Wynette's classic "Stand By Your Man" takes on a new meaning: it's used as a theme song in a sketch featuring a gay couple on "The Tracey Ullman Show"
    Feb 27, 1990
    Arista releases Alan Jackson's debut album, "Here In The Real World"
    Feb 27, 1990
    Arista releases Exile's first album for the label, "Still Standing"
    Feb 27, 1990
    Columbia releases Ricky Van Shelton's "I've Cried My Last Tear For You"
    Feb 28, 1990
    MCA releases the "Always" soundtrack, featuring Lyle Lovett's "Cowboy Man," plus music by Jimmy Buffett, J.D. Souther, The Platters and Micheal Smotherman
    Feb 28, 1990
    Hank Williams Jr. and Clint Black tie for the lead with six nominations for the Academy Of Country Music awards, while Hank Williams Sr. gets five for his posthumous duet with his son, "There's A Tear In My Beer"

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