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  • Sep 1, 1980
    Willie Nelson and family--his wife, Connie, and daughters Paula and Amy--make the cover of People magazine
    Sep 1, 1980
    Charlie Daniels performs at a campaign rally for incumbent presidential candidate Jimmy Carter in Tuscumbia, Alabama. The event also draws 60 hooded demonstrators from the Ku Klux Klan
    Sep 2, 1980
    Songwriter Bill Boling dies in Nashville from injuries suffered in a car accident, 18 months after Johnny Rodriguez had a hit with his song "Down On The Rio Grande"
    Sep 4, 1980
    Columbia releases the Larry Gatlin & The Gatlin Brothers Band single "Take Me To Your Lovin' Place"
    Sep 4, 1980
    The Tennessee Department of Tourism launches the first of 30 tractor-trailer rigs featuring the likeness of Dolly Parton's album "Dolly, Dolly, Dolly" and the slogan "Follow me to Tennessee"
    Sep 4, 1980
    Steve Wariner records "Your Memory" at Music City Music Hall in Nashville
    Sep 5, 1980
    MCA releases Brenda Lee's "Broken Trust"
    Sep 5, 1980
    RCA releases Charley Pride's "You Almost Slipped My Mind"
    Sep 5, 1980
    Johnny Cash records "The Baron" at Nashville's Columbia Recording Studios
    Sep 5, 1980
    A statue honoring Buddy Holly is unveiled at the Lubbock Civic Center in Texas. A memorial concert features Waylon Jennings, Roy Orbison, Bo Diddley and Holly's former band, The Crickets

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