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  • Jul 5, 1990
    Gilley's club, the catalyst for the movie "Urban Cowboy," is destroyed by fire in Pasadena, Texas. A 16-year-old is arrested and charged with arson
    Jul 6, 1990
    MCA releases Mark Chesnutt's first single, "Too Cold At Home"
    Jul 8, 1990
    The Grand Ole Opry goes to Houston as Charley Pride, The Gatlin Brothers, Minnie Pearl, Roy Acuff, Loretta Lynn and Bill Monroe perform for president George Bush and foreign dignitaries at the beginning of an economic summit
    Jul 8, 1990
    Already weakened by hepatitis, Naomi Judd discovers a benign lump on her breast prior to a show in Evansville. Two days later, she's almost lost on the operating table at the Mayo Clinic
    Jul 9, 1990
    Eddie Montgomery has his third child, Candace
    Jul 9, 1990
    Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards discovers he has an infected finger, forcing the cancellation of several weeks of dates. The Country Music Foundation's "Heartaches By The Number" calls "Honky Tonk Women" one of the 500 greatest country singles
    Jul 10, 1990
    Naomi Judd has surgery at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, to remove a benign lump from her breast. She nearly dies during the operation
    Jul 10, 1990
    "Long Hot Summer" songwriter Richard Marx sings the national anthem before Major League Baseball's All-Star Game at Wrigley Field in Chicago. The American League beats the National League, 2-0
    Jul 11, 1990
    The album "Reba Live" is certified gold by the RIAA for Reba McEntire
    Jul 13, 1990
    RCA releases Alabama's "Jukebox In My Mind"

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