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  • Apr 6, 1990
    For the eighth--and last--time, it's a boy! Alan Osmond and his wife, Suzanne, welcome Tyler James Osmond
    Apr 7, 1990
    Willie Nelson hosts Farm Aid IV in Indianapolis. Elton John dedicates "Candle In The Wind" to AIDS patient Ryan White, who dies that night. Also on hand: Don Henley, Bonnie Raitt, Dwight Yoakam, Garth Brooks, Alan Jackson, Kris Kristofferson, Jackson Browne, John Mellencamp and Neil Young
    Apr 9, 1990
    Restless Heart's Dave Innis and wife Angie have a baby girl, Isabella Innis
    Apr 9, 1990
    Singer/songwriter Darrell Glenn dies of cancer at John Peter Smith Hospital in Fort Worth, Texas. He earned a country hit in 1953 with "Crying In The Chapel," written by his father, Artie Glenn. He also wrote Billy Walker's "Bear With Me A Little Longer"
    Apr 9, 1990
    Clint Black performs "A Better Man" as a guest on the NBC special "Ole! It's Bob Hope's Spring Fling of Comedy And Music From Acapulco"
    Apr 9, 1990
    Liberty releases Tanya Tucker's album "Tennessee Woman"
    Apr 10, 1990
    Singer/songwriter Maren Morris is born in Arlington, Texas. After signing with Sony in 2015, she becomes a strong voice for country females following the release of her first single, "My Church." Her successes include the crossover hits "The Middle," with Zedd and Grey; and "The Bones," which earns two CMA awards in 2020
    Apr 10, 1990
    Billy Stoneman, a non-performing brother of the members of The Stoneman Family, dies in Carmody Hills, Maryland
    Apr 11, 1990
    Restless Heart nets an RIAA-certified gold album, for "Big Dreams In A Small Town"
    Apr 12, 1990
    "Down Home" debuts on NBC-TV. Alabama's single of the same name eventually becomes the sitcom's theme song

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