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  • Aug 1, 1990
    Pirates Of The Mississippi quit their day jobs to go on the road, just days after their remake of "Honky Tonk Blues" put them on the country chart for the first time
    Aug 1, 1990
    An eviction notice is filed against Dottie West by First American Bank, which had bought her house for $800,000 at auction in June
    Aug 1, 1990
    "Young Guns II" opens in movie theaters with a small role for rocker Jon Bon Jovi, who gains a role as a country singer 15 years later by teaming with Jennifer Nettles on "Who Says You Can't Go Home"
    Aug 2, 1990
    Garth Brooks rings up his first RIAA-certified gold album with his self-titled debut
    Aug 3, 1990
    Following a performance on the Grand Ole Opry, Ken Mellons meets his future manager and producer Jerry Cupit
    Aug 3, 1990
    Jimmy Buffett begins a two-night stand at Lakewood Amphitheatre in Atlanta, Georgia. Pieces of both shows end up in his live album "Feeding Frenzy"
    Aug 4, 1990
    Dan Seals takes "Good Times," written by the late Sam Cooke, to #1 on the Billboard country singles chart
    Aug 6, 1990
    Capitol releases Garth Brooks' "Friends In Low Places"
    Aug 7, 1990
    After a four-year marriage, Carolyn Dennis files for divorce from Bob Dylan. The previous year, his song "You Ain't Going Nowhere" was revived as a country hit by Chris Hillman & Roger McGuinn, in tandem with The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band
    Aug 7, 1990
    RCA releases Keith Whitley's "Greatest Hits"

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