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  • Jul 26, 1990
    Alabama receives a gold album from the RIAA for "Pass It On Down"
    Jul 26, 1990
    Grateful Dead keyboard player Brent Mydland dies of an accidental drug overdose at his home in Lafayette, California. The band is destined to appear in the lyrics of Lonestar's 1996 country hit "No News"
    Jul 26, 1990
    The Alabama Music Hall of Fame opens in Tuscumbia. Its membership includes Hank Williams, Sonny James, Tammy Wynette, Jimmie Rodgers, Freddie Hart and The Delmore Brothers, among others
    Jul 27, 1990
    Vocalist and mandolin player Cheyenne Kimball is born in Jacksonville, North Carolina. She joins Gloriana, a band that debuts with the 2009 "Wild At Heart," but quits abruptly via Twitter in July 2011
    Jul 30, 1990
    Randy Travis receives a quadruple-platinum award from the RIAA for his album "Always And Forever"
    Jul 31, 1990
    Kathy Mattea, Clint Black, The Judds and K.T. Oslin appear on "The Oprah Winfrey Show"--the first time the show has had a country theme
    Jul 31, 1990
    A week after telling her mom, Wynonna Judd goes public with her engagement to Tony King, who wrote Ricky Van Shelton's "I've Cried My Last Tear For You"

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