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  • Mar 25, 1990
    Glen Campbell, Tanya Tucker, Janie Fricke, Roy Clark and Larry Gatlin & The Gatlin Brothers Band perform for George Bush as WTBS tapes "A Festival At Ford's Theatre: The Stars Salute The President" in Washington, D.C.
    Mar 26, 1990
    "Diamonds & Dirt" becomes Rodney Crowell's first RIAA-certified gold album
    Mar 27, 1990
    "Absolute Torch And Twang," by k.d. lang & The Reclines, receives a gold album from the Recording Industry Association of America
    Mar 27, 1990
    "Something Inside So Strong," Kenny Rogers' first album for Reprise, is certified gold by the RIAA
    Mar 28, 1990
    Eddy Arnold has double-bypass heart surgery at Nashville's Saint Thomas Hospital
    Mar 30, 1990
    Thomas Rhett Akins Jr. is born at the Valdosta Medical Center in Georgia. The son of singer/songwriter Rhett Akins, he earns hits with "Die A Happy Man" and "Craving You," among others. He also co-writes Jason Aldean's "1994," Michael Ray's "Think A Little Less," Lee Brice's "Parking Lot Party" and Florida Georgia Line's "Round Here"

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