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  • Aug 24, 1980
    "Those Amazing Animals" debuts on ABC-TV, with three hosts: Jim Stafford, Burgess Meredith and Priscilla Presley, Elvis Presley's ex-wife
    Aug 24, 1980
    "Linda Ronstadt In Concert" premieres on HBO. Music in the special includes "Blue Bayou," "Poor Poor Pitiful Me," "Faithless Love" and "Desperado"
    Aug 25, 1980
    MCA releases John Conlee's "She Can't Say That Anymore"
    Aug 25, 1980
    MCA releases Terri Gibbs' debut single, "Somebody's Knockin'"
    Aug 26, 1980
    Alabama records "Feels So Right" at the Music Mill in Nashville
    Aug 26, 1980
    Columbia releases Crystal Gayle's "If You Ever Change Your Mind"
    Aug 26, 1980
    Warner Bros. releases the Paul Simon soundtrack album "One Trick Pony." The movie provides the name for a future country band: Trick Pony
    Aug 27, 1980
    A bomb explodes in Lake Tahoe's Harvey's Resort Hotel and Casino, destroying the structure. Playing at a hotel across the street is Eddy Arnold
    Aug 29, 1980
    Columbia releases Crystal Gayle's album "These Days"
    Aug 29, 1980
    MCA releases Tanya Tucker & Glen Campbell's remake of Bobby Darin's "Dream Lover." It's not a hit, but it does get a Grammy nomination

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