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  • Mar 1, 1995
    Mary Chapin Carpenter and Lyle Lovett are double-winners during the 37th annual Grammy Awards at Los Angeles' Shrine Auditorium. Carpenter's "Stones In The Road" wins Best Country Album, while "Shut Up And Kiss Me" takes Best Female Country Vocal Performance
    Mar 1, 1995
    Vince Gill receives the humanitarian award at the Country Radio Seminar in Nashville
    Mar 2, 1995
    Vern Gosdin suffers a mild stroke in Huntsville, Alabama, the result of a blocked artery in his neck
    Mar 2, 1995
    "Smokey Joe's Cafe" opens at New York's Virginia Theatre. The Broadway musical features songs written by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller, including "Hound Dog," "Fools Fall In Love" and "Stand By Me"
    Mar 3, 1995
    The Marty Party Trolley Car is dedicated in Nashville, as Marty Stuart becomes the third artist to have a public bus named after him in Music City. The first two: George Jones and Dolly Parton
    Mar 5, 1995
    Janet Sanders, wife of The Oak Ridge Boys' Steve Sanders, is arrested after a fight with his ex-wife, Mary Milbourn Sanders, in a Hendersonville Foodmax. Janet is charged with aggravated assault for pounding Milbourn's head into the floor
    Mar 5, 1995
    Garth Brooks and Reba McEntire are named Favorite Male and Favorite Female Musical Performers at the People's Choice Awards on CBS. Trophies also recognize Aerosmith, Jodie Foster and the movies "Forrest Gump" and "The Santa Clause"
    Mar 6, 1995
    Randy Travis collects platinum albums from the RIAA for his "Greatest Hits, Volume One" and "Greatest Hits, Volume Two"
    Mar 7, 1995
    Patriot releases John Berry's album "Standing On The Edge"
    Mar 7, 1995
    "The Garth Brooks Collection," an album available only through McDonald's, is certified gold, platinum and triple-platinum by the RIAA

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