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  • May 1, 1995
    Almo Sounds opens a Nashville office, under the direction of Garth Fundis
    May 1, 1995
    Scott Hendricks takes over from Jimmy Bowen as the head of Liberty Records. A month later, he returns the company to its original name, Capitol Nashville, and shuts down the Patriot label
    May 1, 1995
    Alison Krauss + Union Station pick up their first gold album from the RIAA, for "Now That I've Found You: A Collection"
    May 1, 1995
    Atlantic releases All-4-One's pop album "And The Music Speaks." It includes their version of "I Can Love You Like That," a soon-to-be pop hit that's already succeeded in the country charts for John Michael Montgomery
    May 2, 1995
    Columbia releases Ricky Van Shelton's "Super Hits"
    May 2, 1995
    Columbia releases Marty Robbins' "Super Hits"
    May 3, 1995
    Billy Ray Cyrus plays himself on an episode of CBS-TV's "The Nanny"
    May 3, 1995
    Allen Toussaint is inducted into the New Orleans Walk of Fame. He wrote Glen Campbell's "Southern Nights" and Joe Stampley's "All These Things"
    May 3, 1995
    Doug Supernaw marries Debbie Lubbe
    May 3, 1995
    Johnny Cash suffers pain from a reaction to facial surgery during a show at the Royal Albert Hall in London and cancels the remainder of his European tour

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