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  • Sep 2, 1991
    Capitol releases Garth Brooks' album "Ropin' The Wind"
    Sep 4, 1991
    Singer/songwriter Dottie West dies at the Vanderbilt Medical Center five days after an auto accident in Nashville. Her career featured sporadic hits from 1963 through the early-1980s, including "Country Sunshine," "A Lesson In Leavin'" and several duets with Kenny Rogers. She joins the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2018
    Sep 4, 1991
    Grandpa Jones is admitted to Nashville's Saint Thomas Hospital, where tests reveal he suffered a mild stroke
    Sep 7, 1991
    Steve Wariner sings "Amazing Grace" during the funeral for his former employer, Dottie West, at Nashville's Abundant Life Church. Others on hand for the ceremony include Johnny Cash, Porter Wagoner, Emmylou Harris and The Gatlin Brothers
    Sep 7, 1991
    Brooks & Dunn reach #1 on the Billboard country singles chart for the first time with "Brand New Man"
    Sep 8, 1991
    Songwriter Alex North dies of pancreatic cancer in Pacific Palisades, California. He wrote "Unchained Melody," which became a country hit for Elvis Presley
    Sep 9, 1991
    Tracy Byrd marries Michelle Hilton in Lake Tahoe, Nevada
    Sep 9, 1991
    Barbara Mandrell's autobiography, "Get To The Heart," is released in paperback
    Sep 9, 1991
    Hunter Hayes is born in Breaux Bridge, Louisiana. He plays every instrument, sings every part and co-writes every song on his first major-label album, which debuts in country's Top 10 just weeks after he turns 20. His hit list includes "Wanted," "Storm Warning" and "I Want Crazy"
    Sep 10, 1991
    RCA releases The Judds' "Greatest Hits, Volume 2"

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